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REGCONCAT(1)							The Regina Handbook						      REGCONCAT(1)

NAME
regconcat - Combine several Regina data files SYNOPSIS
regconcat [ -o output-file ] input-file ... DESCRIPTION
This utility combines several individual Regina data files into a single larger data file. The new file will have a container as its top- level packet, and beneath this container will be the packet trees from each of the input files that you supply. If an output file is specified through option -o, the new file will be written as compressed XML to this output file. Otherwise the new file will be written as uncompressed XML to standard output. OPTIONS
-o output-file Specifies that the new combined data file should be written as compressed XML to the given output file. MACOS X USERS
If you downloaded a drag-and-drop app bundle, this utility is shipped inside it. If you dragged Regina to the main Applications folder, you can run it as /Applications/Regina.app/Contents/MacOS/regconcat. WINDOWS USERS
The command-line utilities are installed beneath the Program Files directory; on some machines this directory is called Pro- gram Files (x86). You can start this utility by running c:Program FilesReginaRegina 4.93in egconcat.exe. SEE ALSO
regina-gui. AUTHOR
This utility was written by Benjamin Burton <bab@debian.org>. Many people have been involved in the development of Regina; see the users' handbook for a full list of credits. 28 May 2012 REGCONCAT(1)

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REGCONVERT(1)							The Regina Handbook						     REGCONVERT(1)

NAME
regconvert - Convert between different Regina file formats SYNOPSIS
regconvert [ -x | -u | -b ] old-file [ new-file ] DESCRIPTION
Between Regina versions 2.4 and 3.0, the data files changed from using an impenetrable and undocumented binary format to using (optionally compressed) XML. This utility converts back and forth between these different file formats. The argument old-file should be the file to read and convert; the argument new-file should be the name of the new converted file to write. These two filenames may be the same, in which case the old file will be replaced with the new. If the argument new-file is missing then the new file will be written to standard output, which forces the output to be uncompressed XML (see option -u). Warning: When writing an old-style binary file, some information might be lost. Old-style binary files can only store information that was understood by the old version Regina 2.4. OPTIONS
-x (default) Convert to compressed XML. -u Convert to plain (uncompressed) XML. -b Convert to the old-style binary format. MACOS X USERS
If you downloaded a drag-and-drop app bundle, this utility is shipped inside it. If you dragged Regina to the main Applications folder, you can run it as /Applications/Regina.app/Contents/MacOS/regconvert. WINDOWS USERS
The command-line utilities are installed beneath the Program Files directory; on some machines this directory is called Pro- gram Files (x86). You can start this utility by running c:Program FilesReginaRegina 4.93in egconvert.exe. SEE ALSO
regfiletype, regina-gui. AUTHOR
This utility was written by Benjamin Burton <bab@debian.org>. Many people have been involved in the development of Regina; see the users' handbook for a full list of credits. 28 May 2012 REGCONVERT(1)
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