uscheduleedit - edit a uschedule command
uscheduleedit [-.] [-d DIR] ID
uscheduleedit allows you to edit the registered uschedule command with the identifier ID, using $VISUAL, $EDITOR or vi.
Note that a command may be described by two different files, so don’t be surprised if your editor offers you to edit two files.
If the editor of your choice breaks hard links then uschedulerm will lose the ability to recognize which registered commands are still in use. It will then not inform you a command you want to delete about that and will not stop you from deleting it. The daemon is able to deal with this, though.
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uschedule(1), uschedulecmd(1), uschedule_intro(7).