chmls

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NAME
       chmls - The FPC Pascal CHM utility


SYNOPSIS
       chmls [options] [command] [command specific parameters]


Description
       The chmls utility performs several CHM related functions, such as
       listing CHM file contents, extracting one file or the whole archive and
       extracting special files. Archiving however is the domain of the chmcmd
       utility


Command
        list <filename> [section number]
              Shows contents of the archive's directory. The section number
              can be 0 or 1, when no section number is specified, content from
              both sections is displayed.


        extract <chm filename> <filename to extract> [saveasname]
              Extracts file "filename to get" from archive "filename", and, if
              specified, saves it to [saveasname].


        extractall <chm filename> [directory]
              Extracts all files from archive "filename" to directory
              "directory"


       unblockchm <filespec1> [filespec2] ..
              (Windows only) Mass unblocks (XPsp2+) the relevant CHMs.
              Multiple files and wildcards allowed


       extractalias <chmfilename> [basefilename] [symbolprefix]
              Extracts context info from file "chmfilename" to basefilename.h
              and basefilename.ali, using symbols "symbolprefix" + contextnr


       extracttoc <chmfilename> [filename]
              Extracts the toc (mainly to check binary TOC)


       extractindex <chmfilename> [filename]
              Extracts the index (mainly to check binary index)

              For backwards compatibility reasons, the list command is
              default.


Options
       -h, --help
              Show help text


       -p, --no-page
              Do not page list command output


       -n, --name-only
              Only show "name" column in list command output


SEE ALSO
              chmcmd(1) fpc(1) fpdoc(1)



Free Pascal                    29 December 2010                       chmls(1)