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DOCDIFF(1)						      General Commands Manual							DOCDIFF(1)

docdiff -- character/word-oriented diff SYNOPSIS
docdiff [options] file1 file2 DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the docdiff commands. This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. Instead, it has docu- mentation in the HTML format; see below. docdiff is a program that compares two files and shows the difference. It can compare files word by word, char by char, or line by line. It has several output formats such as HTML/XHTML, tty, Manued, or user-defined markup. It supports several encodings and end-of-line characters, including ASCII, UTF-8, EUC-JP, Shift_JIS, CR, LF, and CRLF. OPTIONS
--resolution=RESOLUTION specify resolution (granularity) line|word|char (default is word) --line set resolution to line --word set resolution to word --char set resolution to char --encoding=ENCODING specify character encoding ASCII|EUC-JP|Shift_JIS|UTF-8|auto (default is auto) --ascii same as --encoding=ASCII --eucjp same as --encoding=EUC-JP --sjis same as --encoding=Shift_JIS --utf8 same as --encoding=UTF-8 --eol=EOL specify end-of-line character CR|LF|CRLF|auto (default is auto) --cr same as --eol=CR --lf same as --eol=LF --crlf same as --eol=CRLF --format=FORMAT specify output format tty|manued|html|wdiff|user (default is html; user tags have to be described in config file) --tty same as --format=tty --manued same as --format=manued --html same as --format=html --wdiff same as --format=wdiff --digest digest output, do not show all --cache use file cache --no-config-file do not read config files --verbose run verbosely --help show usage --version show version --license show license --author show author(s) SEE ALSO
/usr/share/doc/docdiff/readme.html. AUTHOR
This manual page was written by akira yamada for the Debian system (but may be used by others). DOCDIFF(1)

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TCS(1)							      General Commands Manual							    TCS(1)

tcs - translate character sets SYNOPSIS
tcs [ -slcv ] [ -f ics ] [ -t ocs ] [ file ... ] DESCRIPTION
Tcs interprets the named file(s) (standard input default) as a stream of characters from the ics character set or format, converts them to runes, and then converts them into a stream of characters from the ocs character set or format on the standard output. The default value for ics and ocs is utf, the UTF encoding described in utf(6). The -l option lists the character sets known to tcs. Processing continues in the face of conversion errors (the -s option prevents reporting of these errors). The -c option forces the output to contain only cor- rectly converted characters; otherwise, 0x80 characters will be substituted for UTF encoding errors and 0xFFFD characters will substituted for unknown characters. The -v option generates various diagnostic and summary information on standard error, or makes the -l output more verbose. Tcs recognizes an ever changing list of character sets. In particular, it supports a variety of Russian and Japanese encodings. Some of the supported encodings are utf The Plan 9 UTF encoding, known by ISO as UTF-8 utf1 The deprecated original UTF encoding from ISO 10646 ascii 7-bit ASCII 8859-1 Latin-1 (Central European) 8859-2 Latin-2 (Czech .. Slovak) 8859-3 Latin-3 (Dutch .. Turkish) 8859-4 Latin-4 (Scandinavian) 8859-5 Part 5 (Cyrillic) 8859-6 Part 6 (Arabic) 8859-7 Part 7 (Greek) 8859-8 Part 8 (Hebrew) 8859-9 Latin-5 (Finnish .. Portuguese) koi8 KOI-8 (GOST 19769-74) jis-kanji ISO 2022-JP ujis EUC-JX: JIS 0208 ms-kanji Microsoft, or Shift-JIS jis (from only) guesses between ISO 2022-JP, EUC or Shift-Jis gb Chinese national standard (GB2312-80) big5 Big 5 (HKU version) unicode Unicode Standard 1.0 tis Thai character set plus ASCII (TIS 620-1986) msdos IBM PC: CP 437 atari Atari-ST character set EXAMPLES
tcs -f 8859-1 Convert 8859-1 (Latin-1) characters into UTF format. tcs -s -f jis Convert characters encoded in one of several shift JIS encodings into UTF format. Unknown Kanji will be converted into 0xFFFD char- acters. tcs -lv Print an up to date list of the supported character sets. SOURCE
/sys/src/cmd/tcs SEE ALSO
ascii(1), rune(2), utf(6). TCS(1)

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