enber

ENBER(1)                        unber counterpart                       ENBER(1)



NAME
       enber - Convert the unber XML output back into BER

SYNOPSIS
       enber [-n] [-] infile...

DESCRIPTION
       enber takes the XML-formatted files produced by unber(1) and converts
       them back into the BER format.  A single dash represents the standard
       input.

OPTIONS
       -n     Disable input validation. By default, enber performs some basic
              validity checks against the XML input. This option disables such
              checks.

EXAMPLES
       Decode the BER sequence and immediately encode it back

           unber -p filename.ber | enber - > reconstructed.ber


FOOTNOTES
       This program does not attempt to perform full-fledged XML parsing. It is
       merely compatible with unber(1)'s output.  In particular, the XML
       comments are not supported.  The following characters after the initial
       white space indicate the start of a comment: "#" (a hash) and "--" (two
       dashes).  The whole comment line is ignored completely. Empty lines are
       ignored as well.

       The following example demostrates the use of comments:

            <C T="[1]" TL="2" V="2">
                 <I T="[1]" TL="2" V="Indefinite">
                 -- </I>
                 # Do not terminate:
                 # the absence of end-of-content octets is intentional!
            </C>


SEE ALSO
       unber(1), asn1c(1)

AUTHORS
       Lev Walkin <vlm@lionet.info>



unber counterpart                                                       ENBER(1)