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RESMERGER(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 					      RESMERGER(1)

NAME
/usr/bin/ResMerger -- Merges resource forks or files into one resource file SYNOPSIS
/usr/bin/ResMerger [-fileCreator <fileCreator>] [-fileType <fileType>] [-[a]ppend] [-srcIs RSRC | DF] [-dstIs RSRC | DF] file ... -o <dest-file> DESCRIPTION
The /usr/bin/ResMerger command merges the Carbon Resource Manager resource data in multiple files into a single file. The output file may be one of the input files. The /usr/bin/ResMerger command takes the following flags and arguments: -fileCreator <fileCreator> Sets the HFS creator type of the output file. The default is '????'. -fileType <fileType> Sets the HFS file type of the output file. The default is '????'. -[a]ppend Append to output file, rather than overwriting it. -srcIs RSRC | DF The fork in which to look for resources in the input file(s). The default is the data fork (DF). -dstIs RSRC | DF The fork in which to write resources in the output file. The default is the data fork (DF). -skip <type> Specifies resource type to skip during the resource merge. May be used multiple times, to specify multiple resource types to skip. file Specifies one or more input files. Note that as there is only one srcIs flag, the input files must be homogenous, that is, the resources must be in the same fork of all input files. -o <dest-file> Specifies the output file. If the fork designated by -dstIs exists, it is overwritten unless the -a flag is provided; if it does not exist, it is created. SEE ALSO
Rez(1), DeRez(1), RezWack(1), UnRezWack(1), SplitForks(1) Mac OS X April 12, 2004 Mac OS X

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UNREZWACK(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 					      UNREZWACK(1)

NAME
/usr/bin/UnRezWack -- Split a RezWack file into separate data and resource files. SYNOPSIS
/usr/bin/UnRezWack file -o outFileNameBase [-f] DESCRIPTION
The /usr/bin/UnRezWack command takes a file created by RezWack(1) as its input file (it does not read Standard In) and divides it into two files, one containing the data fork and one containing the resource data. /usr/bin/UnRezWack takes the following flags and arguments: file Path to the input file. This must be a file created with RezWack(1). -o outFileNameBase Base path of the output files. UnRezWack will create two files at this base path, one with the extension ".data" and one with the extension ".qtr". The resource data will be written to the data fork of the resource data file; it is not possible to create a HFS or Extended HFS resource fork file using UnRezWack. If either file exists, /usr/bin/UnRezWack will exit with error 2 unless the -f flag is provided. -f Force overwriting of output files. SEE ALSO
Rez(1), DeRez(1), RezWack(1), SplitForks(1) Mac OS X April 12, 2004 Mac OS X
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