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TCUCODEC(1)							   Tokyo Cabinet						       TCUCODEC(1)

NAME
tcucodec - popular encoders and decoders DESCRIPTION
The command `tcucodec' is a tool to use encoding and decoding features. This command is used in the following format. `file' specifies a input file. If it is omitted, the standard input is read. tcucodec url [-d] [-br] [-rs base] [file] Perform URL encoding and its decoding. tcucodec base [-d] [file] Perform Base64 encoding and its decoding. tcucodec quote [-d] [file] Perform quoted-printable encoding and its decoding. tcucodec mime [-d] [-en name] [-q] [-on] [-hd] [-bd] [-part num] [file] Perform MIME encoding and its decoding. tcucodec hex [-d] [file] Perform hexadecimal encoding and its decoding. tcucodec pack [-d] [-bwt] [file] Perform Packbits encoding and its decoding. tcucodec tcbs [-d] [file] Perform TCBS encoding and its decoding. tcucodec zlib [-d] [-gz] [file] Perform ZLIB encoding and its decoding. tcucodec bzip [-d] [file] Perform BZIP2 encoding and its decoding. tcucodec xml [-d] [-br] [file] Process XML. By default, escape meta characters. tcucodec cstr [-d] [-js] [file] Perform C-string escaping and its unescaping. tcucodec ucs [-d] [-un] [-kw str] [file] Convert UTF-8 string into UCS-2 array. tcucodec hash [-crc] [-ch num] [file] Calculate the hash value. By default, use MD5 function. tcucodec cipher [-key str] [file] Perform stream cipher and its decipher. tcucodec date [-ds str] [-jl num] [-wf] [-rf] Process date string. By default, print the current UNIX time. tcucodec tmpl [-var name value] [file] Perform template serialization. tcucodec conf [-v|-i|-l|-p] Print some configurations. Options feature the following. -d : perform decoding (unescaping), not encoding (escaping). -br : break up URL or XML into elements. -rs base : specify the base URL and resolve the relative URL. -en name : specify the input encoding, which is UTF-8 by default. -q : use quoted-printable encoding, which is Base64 by default. -on : output the charset name when decoding. -bd : perform MIME parsing and output the body. -hd : perform MIME parsing and output the headers. -part num : perform MIME parsing and output the specified part. -bwt : convert by BWT as preprocessing. -gz : use GZIP format. -crc : use CRC32 function. -js : use JSON compatible format. -un : perform UCS normalization. -kw str : generate KWIC string. -ch num : use consistent hashing function. -key str : specify the cipher key. -ds str : specify the time. -jl num : specify the jet lag. -wf : format the output in W3CDTF. -rf : format the output in RFC 1123 format. -var name value : specify a template variable. -v : show the version number of Tokyo Cabinet. -i : show options to include the headers of Tokyo Cabinet. -l : show options to link the library of Tokyo Cabinet. -p : show the directory path of the commands of Tokyo Cabinet. This command returns 0 on success, another on failure. SEE ALSO
tcutest(1), tcumttest(1), tcutil(3), tokyocabinet(3) Man Page 2012-08-18 TCUCODEC(1)

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TCATEST(3)							   Tokyo Cabinet							TCATEST(3)

NAME
tcamgr - the command line utility of the abstract database API DESCRIPTION
The command `tcamgr' is a utility for test and debugging of the abstract database API and its applications. `name' specifies the name of a database. `key' specifies the key of a record. `value' specifies the value of a record. `params' specifies the tuning parameters. `func' specifies the name of a function. `arg' specifies the arguments of the function. `dest' specifies the path of the destination file. tcamgr create name Create a database file. tcamgr inform name Print miscellaneous information to the standard output. tcamgr put [-sx] [-sep chr] [-dk|-dc|-dai|-dad] name key value Store a record. tcamgr out [-sx] [-sep chr] name key Remove a record. tcamgr get [-sx] [-sep chr] [-px] [-pz] name key Print the value of a record. tcamgr list [-sep chr] [-m num] [-pv] [-px] [-fm str] name Print keys of all records, separated by line feeds. tcamgr optimize name params Optimize a database file. tcamgr misc [-sx] [-sep chr] [-px] name func [arg...] Call a versatile function for miscellaneous operations. tcamgr map [-fm str] name dest Map records into another B+ tree database. tcamgr version Print the version information of Tokyo Cabinet. Options feature the following. -sx : the input data is evaluated as a hexadecimal data string. -sep chr : specify the separator of the input data. -dk : use the function `tcadbputkeep' instead of `tcadbput'. -dc : use the function `tcadbputcat' instead of `tcadbput'. -dai : use the function `tcadbaddint' instead of `tcadbput'. -dad : use the function `tcadbadddouble' instead of `tcadbput'. -px : the output data is converted into a hexadecimal data string. -pz : do not append line feed at the end of the output. -m num : specify the maximum number of the output. -pv : print values of records also. -fm str : specify the prefix of keys. This command returns 0 on success, another on failure. SEE ALSO
tcatest(1), tcamttest(1), tcadb(3), tokyocabinet(3) Man Page 2012-08-18 TCATEST(3)

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