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cbcodec - popular encoders and decoders
cbcodec url [-d] [-br] [-rs base target] [-l] [-e expr] [file] cbcodec base [-d] [-l] [-c num] [-e expr] [file] cbcodec quote [-d] [-l] [-c num] [-e expr] [file] cbcodec mime [-d] [-hd] [-bd] [-part num] [-l] [-ec code] [-qp] [-dc] [-e expr] [file] cbcodec csv [-d] [-t] [-l] [-e expr] [-html] [file] cbcodec xml [-d] [-p] [-l] [-e expr] [-tsv] [file] cbcodec zlib [-d] [-gz] [-crc] [file] cbcodec lzo [-d] [file] cbcodec bzip [-d] [file] cbcodec iconv [-ic code] [-oc code] [-ol ltype] [-cn] [-wc] [-um] [file] cbcodec date [-wf] [-rf] [-utc] [str]
This manual page documents briefly the cbcodec commands. cbcodec is a tool to use encoding and decoding features provided by Cabin. This command is used in the above format. file specifies a input file. If it is omitted, the standard input is read.
A summary of options is included below. For a complete description, see the file:///usr/share/doc/qdbm-doc/spex.html#cabincli. -d perform decoding (unescaping), not encoding (escaping). -br break up URL into elements. -rs resolve relative URL. -l output the tailing newline. -e expr specify input data directly. -c num limit the number of columns of the encoded data. -hd parse MIME and extract headers in TSV format. -bd parse MIME and extract the body. -part num parse MIME and extract a part. -ec code specify the input encoding, which is UTF-8 by default. -qp use quoted-printable encoding, which is Base64 by default. -dc output the encoding name instead of the result string when decoding. -t parse CSV. Convert the data into TSV. Tab and new-line in a cell are deleted. -html parse CSV. Convert the data into HTML. -p parse XML. Show tags and text sections with dividing headers. -tsv parse XML. Show the result in TSV format. Characters of tabs and new-lines are URL- encoded. -gz use GZIP format. -crc output the CRC32 checksum as hexadecimal and big endian. -ic code specify the input encoding, which is detected automatically by default. -oc code specify the output encoding, which is UTF-8 by default. -ol ltype convert line feed characters, with `unix'(LF), `dos'(CRLF), and `mac'(CR). -cn detect the input encoding and show its name. -wc count the number of characters of the input string of UTF-8. -um output mappings of UCS-2 characters and C strings of UTF-16BE and UTF-8. -wf output in W3CDTF format. -rf output in RFC 1123 format. -utc output the coordinate universal time.
QDBM was written by Mikio Hirabayashi <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This manual page was written by Fumitoshi UKAI <email@example.com>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).