Combines multiple InfoExplorer notes files into a single notes file.
mergenote -d Directory [ -f NewList ] NoteList ...
The mergenote command combines multiple files of InfoExplorer notes, specified by the NoteList parameter, into a single file. The single file can then be used for public notes.
The mergenote command merges note-content files, along with their associated note-list files, as input. The command resolves all name conflicts in the note-content files, and creates a new note-list file, which is then placed in the directory specified by the Directory parameter. If note-list files already exist in the directory specified by the Directory parameter, the mergenote command continues the merge process and displays a message to indicate the note file is being replaced.
Note: Paths can be either absolute or relative to the current working directory.
|-d Directory||Saves the merged note list files and their associated note contents files to the directory specified by the Directory parameter.|
|-f NewList||Saves the merged notes to the file named by the NewList parameter. If the -f flag is not used, the merged notes are saved to the default file merge.not.|
|NoteList||Specifies one or more note files. The note file names should not include the .not extension.|
To merge private notes files ccs, leo, and slh, and save them to the default file in the $HOME/info/notes directory, enter:
mergenote -d $HOME/info/notes ccs leo slh
|$HOME/info||Contains the user-preferences file as well as the saved-notes, bookmarks, and history files.|
Managing InfoExplorer Public Notes in AIX Version 4.3 System Management Guide: Operating System and Devices.
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