Provided by: cookietool_2.5-2_i386 bug

NAME

       cdbdiff - program to operate cookie (fortune) database

SYNOPSIS

       cdbdiff [options] <database1> <database2> <resultfile>

DESCRIPTION

       This manual page documents briefly the cdbdiff command.

       This  manual  page  was  written  for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution
       because the original program does not have a manual page.  Instead,  it
       has some plaintext documentation, see below.

       cdbdiff  is  a  program that compares two cookie databases and builds a
       list of those cookies that are only present in second, but not  in  the
       first of them. The input files are not modified in any way.

OPTIONS

       A summary of options is included below. For a complete description, see
       the documentation in /usr/share/doc/cookietool directory

       [nothing]
              Shows summary of options.

       -c     case sensitive comparisons.

       -d[0-3]
              how fussy about word delimiters? (default: 2)

       -f[0-3]
              input file format - -f3: cookies are separated  by  ’%%’  lines;
              -f2:  cookies  are  separated  by ’%’ lines (DEFAULT); -f1: each
              line is a cookie; -f0: each word is a cookie.

       -a     append if <resultfile> exists (instead of failing).

SEE ALSO

       cookietool(6), cdbsplit(6)

BUGS

       None known.

AUTHOR

       Upstream author and Aminet cookietool.lha package with AmigaOS binaries
       uploader   is  Wilhelm  Noeker,  <wnoeker@t-online.de>.  Unix  manpages
       (including this one) and makefile are maintained by Miros/law L.  Baran
       <baran@debian.org>.  This  manual  page  uses  many  excerpts  from the
       original README file.

                                 May 19, 2001                    COOKIETOOL(6)