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NAME

       translit - transliterate text between various writing systems

SYNOPSIS

       translit -t name -r -i file -o file -l -v -h

DESCRIPTION

       translit transliterates UTF-8 encoded natural language text from one writing system to
       another.

       It utilizes the Perl module Lingua::Translit to accomplish this task and follows the
       provided transliteration standards as strict as possible.

       translit regards the following commandline switches:

       --trans, -t name
           Use the transliteration standard named name.

       --reverse, -r
           Transliterate in reverse direction.

           NOTE: Not every transliteration is capable of being reversed.  If unsure, have a look
           at the list of supported transliterations using the --list switch.

       --infile, -i FILE
           Read text from FILE. Defaults to STDIN.

       --outfile, -o FILE
           Write the transliterated text to FILE. Defaults to STDOUT.

       --list, -l
           Print a list of supported transliterations showing their

           ·   name

           ·   reversibility

           ·   description

       --verbose, -v
           Print verbose status messages to STDERR.

       --help, -h
           Show a short help text introducing command line switches only.

RESTRICTIONS

       The input has to be UTF-8 encoded.

BUGS

       None known.

       Please report bugs using CPAN's request tracker at
       <https://rt.cpan.org/Public/Dist/Display.html?Name=Lingua-Translit>.

SEE ALSO

       Lingua::Translit, Lingua::Translit::Tables

AUTHORS

       Alex Linke <alinke@netzum-sorglos.de>

       Rona Linke <rlinke@netzum-sorglos.de>

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (C) 2007-2008 Alex Linke and Rona Linke

       Copyright (C) 2009-2016 Lingua-Systems Software GmbH

       Copyright (C) 2016-2017 Netzum Sorglos, Lingua-Systems Software GmbH

       Copyright (C) 2017 Netzum Sorglos Software GmbH

       This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl itself.