NAME

ptsb - Interact with you Permanent TSB homebanking!

SYNOPSIS

ptsb [options]

    ptsb [ -F /path/of/conf/file ] -b

    ptsb [ -F /path/of/conf/file ] -s -a c -n <4digits> -f yyyy/mm/dd -t yyyy/mm/dd

OPTIONS

-h | --help

this help usage message!

-D | --debug

Enable debug. This will be more verbose and will leave html on the current working directory.

-F /path/to/config/file | --file /path/to/config/file

filename configuration file path (default: ~/.ptsbrc). Please refer to manual page to see how this file is built.

-b | --balance

print account balance

-s | --statement

print account statement

-T type | --transation-type type

Type of transaction to look on the statement. Type can be: ALL, WITHDRAWAL, DEPOSIT

-f | --from--date yyyy/mm/dd

from date

-t | --to-date yyyy/mm/dd

to date

-a [c | v] | --account-type [c | v]

account type: can be 'c' (current account) or 'v' for (visa card)

-n digits | --account-num digits

4 digits representing the last 4 digits of the account number or visa card number.

-N | --no-balance

Do not print balance when printing statement.

-r | --regexp

When printing statement grep using the regexp provided

-v | --version

Print version

CONFIGURATION FILE

Configuration file default location is ~/.ptsbrc and it looks like this:

    -------8< -- ~/.ptsbrc -->8----------

    open24_number=your_open24_number

    password=your_internet_password

    pan=your_personal_access_number

    -------8< --------------->8----------

However you can put wherever you want. Just remember to use then the option -F /path/to/your/location.

Lines beginning with # will be interpreted as comment.

SEE ALSO

AUTHOR

Angelo "pallotron" Failla - <pallotron@freaknet.org>

BUGS

Please report bugs to the author, no bug tracking system is set up yet.

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2009 by Angelo "pallotron" Failla

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.8 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.

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