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ppmtouil(1)									      ppmtouil(1)

       ppmtouil - convert a portable pixmap into a Motif UIL icon file

       ppmtouil [-name uilname] [ppmfile]

       Reads a portable pixmap as input.  Produces a Motif UIL icon file as output.

       If  the	program was compiled with an rgb database specified, and a RGB value from the ppm
       input matches a RGB value from the database, then the corresponding color name mnemonic is
       printed	in  the UIL's colormap.  If no rgb database was compiled in, or if the RGB values
       don't match, then the color will  be  printed  with  the  #RGB,	#RRGGBB,  #RRRGGGBBB,  or
       #RRRRGGGGBBBB hexadecimal format.

       -name  Allows  you to specify the prefix string which is printed in the resulting UIL out-
	      put.  If not specified, will default to the filename  (without  extension)  of  the
	      ppmfile  argument.   If  -name  is  not specified and no ppmfile is specified (i.e.
	      piped input), the prefix string will default to the string "noname".

       All flags can be abbreviated to their shortest unique prefix.


       Converted by Jef Poskanzer from ppmtoxpm.c, which is Copyright (C) 1990 by Mark W. Snitily

					  31 August 1990			      ppmtouil(1)
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