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       nxdir - inspect a NeXus file non interactively


       nxdir filename [options]


       nxdir allows to retrieve the structure and/or data of a NeXus file.


       About NXdir

              Print help information and exit.

              Print version information and exit.

       Node Selection

       -p path
              Path  inside the file to look in. This can be absolute or relative and can be class
              or name of a given field. To anchor the path at the beginning or end  place  a  "/"
              there.   To specify that a level must exist, but the name or class can be anything,
              use a dot ".".  To specify that any number of levels can exist, use a star "*".

       Output Control

       -o/+o  Print (or not) the value of selected nodes, if possible. Defaults to false (+o).

              Change the number of elements that are printed for arrays. Forces  "-o".  (default:

       -t|--tree-mode value
              Sets  the  formatting of the tree. Allowed values are: script, multi, tree. Default
              is script.

       --path-mode value
              Select whether paths are written with names or classes. Allowed values  are:  name,
              class, both. Default is name.

       --data-mode value
              How data is printed. Allowed value is script

       --printline value
              How data is printed with respect to tree. Allowed values is single

       --write-data filename
              Select a file to write out selected NXdata to.

       --dump filename
              Generate a binary dump of the selected node.




       nxdir was originally written by P. F. Peterson <>

       This  manual  page was written by Tobias Richter <> and may be
       used by others.

                                            June 2010                                    NXDIR(1)