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BINCLOCK(1) User Commands BINCLOCK(1)

prints time in binary format

binclock [ OPTION]...

It shows the system time in a binary format. It supports showing the time with seven different colors, and it can run a loop that prints the time every second.
Colors and characters can be changed with a config file.
-l, --loop
loops the time printing every second.
--color=[on|off]
control if color will be used for time output.
--help
display this help and exit
--version
output version information and exit
-t, --traditional
prints ime in traditional output (0000 : 0000 : 00)
-n, --normal
binclock displays an additional human readable time.
If there is no CONFIG file the default colors are red (1) and white.

color_one=red
color for the one.
color_zero=green
color for the zero.
char_one=1
sets the character for the one.
char_zero=0
sets the character for the zero

~/.binclockrc
User configuration file.
/etc/binclockrc
System-wide configuration file.

Report bugs to <binclock@ngolde.de>.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

Nico Golde
Use <binclock@ngolde.de> to contact the developer.
July 2004 binclock 1.5

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