2vcard è uno script perl che può essere usato per convertire nel formato vcard. Attualmente 2vcard può convertire rubriche e file alias dai seguenti formati: abook, eudora, juno, ldiff, mutt, mh e pine.
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2vcard is a little perl script to convert an addressbook to the popular VCARD file format. Currently, 2vcard can convert addressbooks and alias files from the following formats: abook, eudora, juno, ldif, mutt, mh and pine.
The VCARD format is used by gnomecard, for example, which in turn is used by the balsa email client.
This is version 0.5 of 2vcard.
2vcard 0.5 can be obtained from:
- http://www.netmeister.org/apps/2vcard-0.5.tar.gz - as a gzipped source-tarball
- http://www.netmeister.org/apps/2vcard-0.5.tar.bz2 - as a bzip2'ed source-tarball
- http://www.netmeister.org/apps/2vcard-0.5.tgz - as a NetBSD/i386/ Package
In order to successfully use 2vcard, you need the following programs and libraries which are available on most platforms as distribution packages and thereby can be installed easily.
- Perl http://www.perl.com
2vcard assumes that the Perl executable lives in
/usr/bin/perl - if that is not the case, use your favorite editor to modify the first line of the file 2vcard accordingly.
In order to install 2vcard from sources, type the following in the directory to which you downloaded the 2vcard distribution:
% tar zxvf 2vcard-0.5.tar.gz
% cd 2vcard-0.5
% less README
% make install
This will install 2vcard in
/usr/local/bin, the man page in
/usr/local/share/man/man1/ and the documentation in
Should you run into problems please report them to the the author at email@example.com
Per default, 2vcard reads from stdin and writes to stdout. Alternatively, the input- and output-files can be specified as command-line options.
In a pipe:
tr '^M' '\n' <> out
2vcard -i ~/.aliases -o ~/.addbook.grcd
If you run into any problems, if you encounter bugs, or if you have any other comments on this program,please don't hesitate to email me.
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