Reading on the grass in Brussels

From personal use

/system/library

  • T_AUTHOR
    • f_pages_number|f_current_page|f_last_read|
  • T_LASTCHANGE
    • f_lastchange
  • T_USER
    • empty
  • T_CLOUD_ITEM
    • empty
  • T_SERVICE
    • f_pages_number|f_current_page|f_last_read|
  • T_VERSION
    • f_numversion|f_desc|f_versiondate|f_checkscript
  • T_DIRECTORY
    • f_id_dir|f_path|f_isclouddir
  • T_SHELF
    • empty
  • T_WAIT_SYNCPOSITION
    • empty
  • T_SHELF_LINK
    • empty
  • T_ITEM
    • f_id_item|f_etag|f_item_fileformat|f_item_filetype|f_item_category_flag|f_service_id|f_lang|f_pages_number|f_current_page|f_last_read|f_publication_date|f_publisher|f_title|f_cover_uri|f_description|f_id_dir|f_internal_uri|f_external_uri|f_documenttime|f_filesize|f_drminfo|f_expiration_date|f_ade_page_index|f_author_id|f_toupdate|f_isvalid|f_cf1|f_cf2
      • f_pages_number int
      • f_current_page int
      • f_last_read unix time stamp
      • f_title string

From YetAnotherTutorial

  • this does that
  • this other command is nice

To explore

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Note

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