- SEE ALSO
mariachi - All dancing mail archive generator
mariachi [ OPTIONS ]
Mariachi is a mail archive generator, much like mhonarc or pipermail. It differs in a few important ways:
You can write a config file to save yourself some trouble - mariachi first looks in /usr/local/mariachi/mariachi.conf and then ~/.mariachi.
An example config file might look like
refresh input = ~/mail output = ~/public_html/mymail/
For more information about the configuration file format, consult AppConfig
You don't have to supply everything (as long as the required options are then passed on the command line).
Options on the command line override options in the config files.
The source mail folder
Name of the directory to write output to
What to use in the title of the mailing lists
Add additional directories to scan in looking for templates
Defaults to /usr/local/mariachi/templates
Any values supplied will be added to the head of that list.
Refreshes individual message pages and other indexes even if mariachi believes this is not necessary. This is usually only needed if you change the templates (typically to update the style of a page).
By default, mariachi renders the most recent messages on the first page of the archive, and later messages later on in the archive. This flag reverses this behaviour, placing the earliest messages on the first page of the archive.
Disable lurker output
Controls the amount of context to show with a message in thread view.
Legal values for context_style are
first_sentence, and the empty string (the default).
Specifies using a class other than
Mariachi to do the rendering.
This code was written as part of the Siesta project and includes code from:
Richard Clamp <email@example.com>
Simon Wistow <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tom Insam <email@example.com>
Mark Fowler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
More information about the Siesta project can be found online at http://siesta.unixbeard.net/
Copyright 2003 The Siesta Project
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.