Pilot-link

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Pilot-link
Developer(s) David A. Desrosiers[1]
Stable release 0.12.5, "No Codename" / March 1, 2010 (2010-03-01)
Operating system Unix-like, Linux
Platform Palm OS
Type library
License open source
Website http://www.pilot-link.org/

pilot-link is a library of utilities for connecting to and synchronising with Palm OS-based PDAs on Unix and Unix-based operating systems. It uses a set of 'conduits' for the exchange of information from different Palm applications.

pilot-link provides command line tools to perform synchronisation tasks, such as the pilot-xfer command, which can install the standard Palm database (PDB) files to the connected device. graphical user interfaces for the pilot-link software include KPilot, part of the KDE's Personal Information Management applications, and JPilot, a GTK+-based interface.

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