And use it just like you would use JLJ usually, *but*:
To write a deferred entry (that is, while you're offline):
- jlj -d
This will prepare everything to be sent but not actually contact the server; your actual message will be saved in a spool directory. Then,
Send your deferred entry when you do go online:
- jlj -s filename
(for example, jlj -s /home/roo/.jljspool/996237998-R )
The spool file is deleted after the entry is successfully sent.
Tell me what you think, but remember this is alpha quality!