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Manual Reference Pages  -  SOBBY (1)

NAME

sobby - a dedicated server for collaborative editing

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Author

SYNOPSIS

sobby [options] [session file]

DESCRIPTION

sobby is a dedicated server which allows clients to edit plain text documents and source files collaboratively over a network. Changes to the documents are synchronised instantly to the other clients.

OPTIONS

This program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (‘-’). A summary of available options is included below.
-?, --help Show help options
-n, --name=NAME
  Published server name
-i, --interactive
  Show prompt to enter commands at runtime
-p, --port=PORT
  Port which should be used to listen for clients
--password=PASSWORD
  Global password required to join the session
-c, --configfile=FILE
  Use the settings specified in the given configuration file
--write-configfile=FILE
  Write the settings passed on the command line to the specified configuration file and exit
--autosave-file=FILE
  File where to store autosaved sessions
--autosave-interval=INTERVAL
  Interval (in seconds) between autosaves, 0 disables them; the presence of --autosave-directory automatically disables this option
--autosave-directory=DIRECTORY
  Directory where to autosave all individual files of a session
session file
  File to restore the session from, together with all documents stored therein and changes attributed to the corresponding users.

AUTHOR

sobby was written by the 0x539 dev group <crew@0x539.de>.
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