man page

Asked by Frans on 2011-05-07

I didn't find any man page for the application.
It's written:
"Steadyflow is a download manager which aims for minimalism, ease of use, and a clean, malleable codebase. It should be easy to control, whether from the GUI, commandline, or D-Bus."
So what about the command line ?
I'd like to use it from a bash script.

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Maia Everett (lucidfox) said : #1

A man page is distributed with 0.1.6, in the data directory. It is also installed in the Ubuntu PPA packages for 0.1.6.

Frans (frans-oort) said : #2

The last version i got in the ppa is the 0.1.5-0+sikon1~lucid
I downloaded the steadyflow-0.1.6.tar.gz file from launchpad and did find a file named steadyflow.1
The given outpuput of steadyflow help is

Syntax: steadyflow [command [args...] [-option1=value1] [-option2=value2]...]

Commands:
  steadyflow add [url] - Add a file for download. If url is omitted, populates
                          the add dialog with the clipboard content if it is a
                          valid URL.
  steadyflow show - Show the main window
  steadyflow hide - Hide the main window
  steadyflow help - Show this help screen
  steadyflow version - Show version information

So OK, i found it.