The Windows conduit is, unlike pilot-link, entirely written for
Plucker. For that it offers some parameters quite specific which we
will elaborate a bit about here. Additionally it transfers the data
not directly to the Palm but notifies the Hotsync Manager about a
database waiting for transfer, that is the database is sent to
your hand-held on your next HotSync-operation, not like on Unix when
you call the conduit.
The first difference in the usage is that it is thought to be used with
cache-directories. That is it assumes that you run the parser
using -c. The new version supports the transfer of a complete
database as well though.
All parameters are in the form -parameter=value. Note that they do not follow POSIX conventions nor the normal DOS-conventions. Use one minus sign to separate all parameters. If you specify no parameter at all you will get a short help message.
The possible parameters are:
NOTE: You must set this parameter. Without it no data will be transfered.