pnmfile(1) General Commands Manual pnmfile(1)NAME
pnmfile - describe a portable anymap
pnmfile [-allimages] [pnmfile ...]
Reads one or more Netpbm files as input. Writes out short descriptions of the image type, size, etc. This is mostly for use in shell
scripts, so the format is not particularly pretty.
Describe every image in each input file. Without this option, pnmfile describes only the first image in each input file. Note that
before July 2000, a file could not contain more than one image and many programs ignore all but the first.
SEE ALSO pnm(5), file(1)AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 1991 by Jef Poskanzer.
18 June 2000 pnmfile(1)
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pnmcat(1) General Commands Manual pnmcat(1)NAME
pnmcat - concatenate portable anymaps
pnmcat [-white|-black] -leftright|-lr [-jtop|-jbottom] pnmfile pnmfile ...
pnmcat [-white|-black] -topbottom|-tb [-jleft|-jright] pnmfile pnmfile ...
Reads portable anymaps as input. Concatenates them either left to right or top to bottom, and produces a portable anymap as output.
pamdice splits an image up into smaller ones.
pnmtile concatenates a single input image to itself repeatedly.
If the anymaps are not all the same height (left-right) or width (top-bottom), the smaller ones have to be justified with the largest. By
default, they get centered, but you can specify one side or the other with one of the -j* flags. So, -topbottom-jleft would stack the
anymaps on top of each other, flush with the left edge.
The -white and -black flags specify what color to use to fill in the extra space when doing this justification. If neither is specified,
the program makes a guess.
All flags can be abbreviated to their shortest unique prefix.
SEE ALSO pamdice(1), pnmtile(1), pamcut(1), pnm(5)AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 1989 by Jef Poskanzer.
12 March 1989 pnmcat(1)
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