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Comment:fix incorrect info in help output
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User & Date: brandon 2016-04-06 20:31:47
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2016-04-06
20:32
update copyright years in version output check-in: 7cc6438a09 user: brandon tags: trunk
20:31
fix incorrect info in help output check-in: ef545260b9 user: brandon tags: trunk
20:30
fix bug in logging read papers check-in: dc57cc0020 user: brandon tags: trunk
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CONFFILE=${CONFDIR}/paperq.conf

declare -a bib

display_help () {
    cat <<EOF
Usage: paperq [-a FILES|-v|-l|-i|-r|-p|-f|-h|] [-n NUM]
Manage a reading queue for academic literature

Options

   -n    set the queue position number on which to operate (default 1)

  Manipulate and interact with the queue
   -v    open a file for viewing (default)
   -a    add FILES to the queue
   -r    remove a file from the queue
   -p    peek at a file: open it, but do not remove it from the queue
   -t    print a file
   -z    create a tarball of the articles in the queue

  Display information about the queue and individual papers:
   -l    list all of the documents in the queue
   -i    display information for a file
   -f    display file locations rather than bibliographic information


  Other
   -h    display this message and exit
   -v    display the program version and exit

With no options, the first article in the queue will be opened for
reading and it will be removed from the queue.  Similarly, the options







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CONFFILE=${CONFDIR}/paperq.conf

declare -a bib

display_help () {
    cat <<EOF
Usage: paperq [-a FILES|-o|-l|-i|-r|-p|-f|-h|-v|] [-n NUM]
Manage a reading queue for academic literature

Options

   -n    set the queue position number on which to operate (default 1)

  Manipulate and interact with the queue
   -o    open a file for viewing (default)
   -a    add FILES to the queue
   -r    remove a file from the queue
   -p    peek at a file: open it, but do not remove it from the queue
   -t    print a file
   -z    create a tarball of the articles in the queue

  Display information about the queue and individual papers:
   -l    list all of the documents in the queue
   -i    display information for a file
   -f    display file locations rather than bibliographic information
         (must be used with -l or -i)

  Other
   -h    display this message and exit
   -v    display the program version and exit

With no options, the first article in the queue will be opened for
reading and it will be removed from the queue.  Similarly, the options