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        bwild - Bacula's 'wildcard' engine


       bwild [options] -f <data-file>


       This manual page documents briefly the bwild command.
       This  is a simple program that will allow you to test wild-card expressions against a file
       of data.


       A summary of options is included below.

       -?     Show version and usage of program.

       -d nn  Set debug level to nn.

       -dt    Print timestamp in debug output

       -f <data-file>
              The data-file is a filename that contains lines of data  to  be  matched  (or  not)
              against  one  or  more  patterns. When the program is run, it will prompt you for a
              wild-card pattern, then apply it one line at a time against the data in  the  file.
              Each  line  that matches will be printed preceded by its line number. You will then
              be prompted again for another pattern.
              Enter an empty line for a pattern to terminate the  program.  You  can  print  only
              lines  that  do  not match by using the -n option, and you can suppress printing of
              line numbers with the -l option.

       -n     Print lines that do not match

       -l     Suppress lines numbers.

       -i     use case insensitive match.




       This manual page was written  by  Bruno  Friedmann  <>.   This  man  page
       document is released under the BSD 2-Clause license.