hyperseek -f 1 -s apple.source -o apple.html
reads the source file 'apple.source', runs HyperSeek filtering out all links older than one day, and saves the result in the file 'apple.html'. Note that the age of links is relative to the first time that HyperSeek reads them, not the date that they were created.
Here is complete list of command line arguments:
-vTurn on verbose mode.
-s filenameThe name of the source file. No output will be generated without a source file.
-k filenameThe name of the keywords file. Not implemented until version 0.9 of HyperSeek.
-o filenameThe name of the output file.
-l integerThe maximum number of lines in a returned link. Longer items will be filtered out.
-c integerThe maximum number of charachters in a returned link. Longer items will be filtered out.
-f integerThe maximum age of a link in days since it was first saved in the database. Deleting 'database.hps' will erase the memory of all old links.
-nMark new links as "new".
-rSort by category using keywords. Not implemented until version 0.9 of HyperSeek.
-uMark links to pages that have changed as "updated". Not implemented until verision 1.0 of HyperSeek.
The options l, c, f, n, r, and u are persistent. They are saved in the file 'preferences.hps' and restored each time HyperSeek is run unless they are explicitly changed on the command line or from the Preferences dialog box of the user interface.