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jv-convert - Convert file from one encoding to another
jv-convert [OPTION] ... [INPUTFILE [OUTPUTFILE]]
jv-convert is a utility included with "libgcj" which converts a file from one encoding to another. It is similar to the Unix iconv utility. The encodings supported by jv-convert are platform-dependent. Currently there is no way to get a list of all supported encodings.
--encoding name --from name Use name as the input encoding. The default is the current locale's encoding. --to name Use name as the output encoding. The default is the "JavaSrc" encoding; this is ASCII with \u escapes for non-ASCII characters. -i file Read from file. The default is to read from standard input. -o file Write to file. The default is to write to standard output. --reverse Swap the input and output encodings. --help Print a help message, then exit. --version Print version information, then exit.
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