This manual page documents briefly the
is encorder for multi-volume format.
This manual page was written briefly in English for the Debian
GNU/Linux distribution because the original program does not have a
manual page in English.
Convert to ish shift-jis format.
Convert to ish jis 7bit format.
Convert to ish jis 8bit format.
Convert to ish non-kana shift-jis format.
Convert to UNIX uuencode.
Don't output checksum and extra header in ish encording.
Add output filename ".ish"(ish) or ".uue"(uuencode).
In Default, the extension of the output filename is exchanged as ".ish"
Changed the extension of output filename.
Specify the space of title line.
Specify OS code in ish header. Default value is "-O0".
Specify output lines per one file in multi-volume encoding.
Specify output filename.
In multi-volume encoding, Speciry temporary filename path.
Specify decorded filename.
In uuencode mode, output checksum as extended format.
Output except data area to STDOUT.
Use filename as is in ish data, don't use filename exchange.
Don't use header judgement in uuencode.
Save another filename if the filename already exists.
In this case, which filename are added .00 to .99 in the end of
With -f option, the output filename are added .XX .
This is by default.
With -f option, the extension of output filename are exchanged as
With -f option, output filenames are added XX in the head.
Specify output filename forcefully.
Pick up a part of the specified file. You can get a file you want from
ish text including many objects.
Cut MIME encorded parts from text, the others are output to STDOUT.
Output not using filnename exchange.
Don't output uuencode line.
This manual page was written by Atsushi KAMOSHIDA <email@example.com>,
for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).