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recode



SYNOPSIS

       lt-recode [OPTION]... [ [CHARSET] | REQUEST [FILE]... ]


DESCRIPTION

       Free  `recode'  converts  files  between various character
       sets and surfaces.

       If a long option shows an argument as mandatory,  then  it
       is  mandatory for the equivalent short option also.  Simi­
       larly for optional arguments.

   Listings:
       -l, --list[=FORMAT]
              list one or all known charsets and aliases

       -k, --known=PAIRS
              restrict charsets according to known PAIRS list

       -h, --header[=[LN/]NAME]
              write table NAME on stdout using LN, then exit

       -F, --freeze-tables
              write out a C module holding all tables

       -T, --find-subsets
              report all charsets being subset of others

       -C, --copyright
              display Copyright and copying conditions

       --help display this help and exit

       --version
              output version information and exit

   Operation modes:
       -v, --verbose
              explain sequence of steps and report progress

       -q, --quiet, --silent
              inhibit messages about irreversible recodings

       -f, --force
              force recodings even when not reversible

       -t, --touch
              touch the recoded files after replacement

       -i, --sequence=files
              use intermediate files for sequencing passes

       --sequence=memory

       -c, --colons
              use colons instead of double quotes for diaeresis

       -g, --graphics
              approximate IBMPC rulers by ASCII graphics

       -x, --ignore=CHARSET
              ignore CHARSET while choosing a recoding path

       Option -l  with  no  FORMAT  nor  CHARSET  list  available
       charsets  and  surfaces.   FORMAT  is  `decimal', `octal',
       `hexadecimal'  or  `full'  (or  one  of  `dohf').   Unless
       DEFAULT_CHARSET is set in environment, CHARSET defaults to
       the  locale  dependent  encoding,  determined  by  LC_ALL,
       LC_CTYPE,  LANG.   With  -k,  possible before charsets are
       listed for the given after  CHARSET,  both  being  tabular
       charsets, with PAIRS of the form `BEF1:AFT1,BEF2:AFT2,...'
       and BEFs and AFTs being codes are given  as  decimal  num­
       bers.  LN is some language, it may be `c', `perl' or `po';
       `c' is the default.

       REQUEST  is  SUBREQUEST[,SUBREQUEST]...;   SUBREQUEST   is
       ENCODING[..ENCODING]...    ENCODING   is  [CHARSET][/[SUR­
       FACE]]...; REQUEST often looks  like  BEFORE..AFTER,  with
       BEFORE  and  AFTER  being  charsets.   An  omitted CHARSET
       implies the usual charset; an omitted [/SURFACE]...  means
       the  implied  surfaces for CHARSET; a / with an empty sur­
       face name means no surfaces at all.  See the manual.

       If none of -i and -p are given, presume  -p  if  no  FILE,
       else -i.  Each FILE is recoded over itself, destroying the
       original.  If no FILE is specified, then act as  a  filter
       and recode stdin to stdout.


AUTHOR

       Written by Franc,ois Pinard <pinard@iro.umontreal.ca>.


REPORTING BUGS

       Report bugs to <recode-bugs@iro.umontreal.ca>.


COPYRIGHT

       Copyright  ©  1990,  92,  93, 94, 96, 97, 99 Free Software
       Foundation, Inc.
       This is free software; see the source for  copying  condi­
       tions.  There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY
       or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.


SEE ALSO

       The full documentation for recode is maintained as a  Tex­
       info manual.  If the info and recode programs are properly
       installed at your site, the command
  

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