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Manual Reference Pages  -  RLESPLIT (1)

NAME

rlesplit - split a file of concatenated RLE images into separate image files

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
See Also
Author

SYNOPSIS

rlesplit [ -n number [ digits ] ] [ -o prefix ] [ infile ]

DESCRIPTION

This program will split a file containing a concatenated sequence of RLE(5) images into separate files, each containing a single image. The output file names will be constructed from the input file name or a specified prefix, and a sequence number. If an input infile is specified, then the output file names will be in the form "rlefileroot.#.rle", where rlefileroot is infile with any ".rle" suffix stripped off. If the option -o prefix is specified, then the output file names will be of the form "prefix.#.rle". If neither option is given, then the output file names will be in the form "#.rle". Input will be read from infile if specified, from standard input, otherwise. File names will be printed on the standard error output as they are generated.

The option -n allows specification of an initial sequence number, and optionally the number of digits used for the sequence number. By default, numbering starts at 1, and numbers are printed with 3 digits (and leading zeros).

SEE ALSO

rleselect(1), urt(1), RLE(5).

AUTHOR

Spencer W. Thomas

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