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BUFR_REENCODE(1) User Contributed Perl Documentation BUFR_REENCODE(1) <file containing decoded BUFR message(s)>
       [--outfile <file to print encoded BUFR message(s) to>]
       [--width n]
       [--strict_checking n]
       [--tableformat <BUFRDC|ECCODES>]
       [--tablepath <path to BUFR tables>]
       [--verbose n]

Encode BUFR messages from a file containing decoded BUFR messages from (possibly edited). Prints to STDOUT unless option "--outfile" is used.

Execute without arguments for Usage, with option --help for some additional info. will create BUFR message(s) printed to STDOUT from contents of input file, which should match exactly what you would get by running on the final BUFR message(s).

Normal use: bufr.decoded > reencoded.bufr

after first having done 'BUFR file' > bufr.decoded
     Edit file bufr.decoded as desired

Options (may be abbreviated, e.g. "--h" or "-h" for "--help"):

   --outfile <filename>  Will print encoded BUFR messages to <filename>
                         instead of STDOUT
   --width n             The decoded message(s) was created by using
                with option --width n
   --strict_checking n   n=0 Disable strict checking of BUFR format
                         n=1 Issue warning if (recoverable) error in
                             BUFR format
                         n=2 (default) Croak if (recoverable) error in BUFR format.
                             Nothing more in this message will be encoded.
   --verbose n           Set verbose level to n, 0<=n<=6 (default 0).
                         Verbose output is sent to STDOUT, so ought to
                         be combined with option --outfile
   --tableformat         Currently supported are BUFRDC and ECCODES (default is BUFRDC)
   --tablepath <path to BUFR tables>
                         If used, will set path to BUFR tables. If not set,
                         will fetch tables from the environment variable
                         BUFR_TABLES, or if this is not set: will use
                         DEFAULT_TABLE_PATH_<tableformat> hard coded in source code.
   --help                Display Usage and explain the options used. Almost
                         the same as consulting perldoc

'Optional section present' in section 1 of BUFR message will always be set to 0, as reencode_message in Geo::BUFR does not provide encoding of section 2. A warning will be printed to STDERR if 'Optional section present' originally was 1.

Pål Sannes <>

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2022-04-09 perl v5.32.1

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