aishmv

aish(1)                     General Commands Manual                    aish(1)



NAME
       aish - ish/base64/uuencoded_file converter

SYNOPSIS
       (Decorde) aish [option] files...
       (Encorde) aish(aishmv) <encode_mode> [option] files...
       (List) aish -l[option] files...

DESCRIPTION
       This manual page documents briefly the aish and aishmv commands.
       aishmv is encorder for multi-volume format.  This manual page was
       written briefly in English for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution
       because the original program does not have a manual page in English.

ENCORDER MODE
       -s     Convert to ish shift-jis format.

       -7     Convert to ish jis 7bit format.

       -8     Convert to ish jis 8bit format.

       -n     Convert to ish non-kana shift-jis format.

       -u     Convert to UNIX uuencode.

OPTIONS
   ENCORDER OPTIONS
       -i     Don't output checksum and extra header in ish encording.

       -a     Add output filename ".ish"(ish) or ".uue"(uuencode).  In
              Default, the extension of the output filename is exchanged as
              ".ish" or ".uue".

       -d     Changed the extension of output filename.

       -t<num>
              Specify the space of title line.

       -O<num>
              Specify OS code in ish header. Default value is "-O0".

       -m<num>
              Specify output lines per one file in multi-volume encoding.

       -o<file>
              Specify output filename.

       -T<file>
              In multi-volume encoding, Speciry temporary filename path.

       -x<file>
              Specify decorded filename.

       -c     In uuencode mode, output checksum as extended format.

   DECORDER OPTIONS
       -p     Output except data area  to STDOUT.

       -A     Use filename as is in ish data, don't use filename exchange.

       -U     Don't use header judgement in uuencode.

       -f     Save another filename if the filename already exists.  In this
              case, which filename are added .00 to .99 in the end of original
              filename.

       -a     With -f option, the output filename are added .XX .  This is by
              default.

       -d     With -f option, the extension of output filename are exchanged
              as
               .XX .

       -h     With -f option, output filenames are added XX in the head.

       -o<file>
              Specify output filename forcefully.

       -x<file>
              Pick up a part of the specified file. You can get a file you
              want from ish text including many objects.

       -m     Cut MIME encorded parts from text, the others are output to
              STDOUT.

   LIST OPTIONS
       -A     Output not using filnename exchange.

       -U     Don't output uuencode line.

SEE ALSO
AUTHOR
       This manual page was written by Atsushi KAMOSHIDA <kamop@debian.org>,
       for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).



                               December 29, 1999                       aish(1)