Provided by: hdf5-tools_1.10.4+repack-11_amd64
h5copy: - Copies HDF5 objects from a file to a new file
usage: h5copy [OPTIONS] [OBJECTS...] OBJECTS -i, --input input file name -o, --output output file name -s, --source source object name -d, --destination destination object name OPTIONS -h, --help Print a usage message and exit -p, --parents No error if existing, make parent groups as needed -v, --verbose Print information about OBJECTS and OPTIONS -V, --version Print version number and exit -f, --flag Flag type Flag type is one of the following strings: shallow Copy only immediate members for groups soft Expand soft links into new objects ext Expand external links into new objects ref Copy references and any referenced objects, i.e., objects that the references point to. Referenced objects are copied in addition to the objects specified on the command line and reference datasets are populated with correct reference values. Copies of referenced datasets outside the copy range specified on the command line will normally have a different name from the original. (Default:Without this option, reference value(s) in any reference datasets are set to NULL and referenced objects are not copied unless they are otherwise within the copy range specified on the command line.) noattr Copy object without copying attributes allflags Switches all flags from the default to the non-default setting These flag types correspond to the following API symbols H5O_COPY_SHALLOW_HIERARCHY_FLAG H5O_COPY_EXPAND_SOFT_LINK_FLAG H5O_COPY_EXPAND_EXT_LINK_FLAG H5O_COPY_EXPAND_REFERENCE_FLAG H5O_COPY_WITHOUT_ATTR_FLAG H5O_COPY_ALL
The full documentation for h5copy: is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and h5copy: programs are properly installed at your site, the command info h5copy: should give you access to the complete manual.