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pgn-extract

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Version: March 11, 2001 (ubuntu - 24/10/10)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

pgn-extract - a Portable Game Notation (PGN) extractor

SYNOPSIS

pgn-extract [flags] file.pgn [file.pgn ...]

DESCRIPTION

This manual page briefly documents pgn-extract. This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the original program does not have a manual page.

OPTIONS

-7
Output the seven tag roster for each game. Other tags, apart from FEN and possible ECo/Opening/Variation) are lost.
-aoutputfile
The file to which extracted games are to be appended. See -o flag for overwriting an existing file.
-Aargsfile
Read the program's arguments from argsfile.
-b[elu]num
Restricted bounds on the number of moves in a game; lnum set a lower bound of `num' moves, unum set an upper bound of `num' moves, otherwise num (or enum) means equal-to `num' moves.
-cfile[.pgn]
Use file as a list of check files for duplicates.
-C
Don't include comments in the output. Ordinarily these are retained.
-dduplicatefile
The file to which duplicate extracted games are to be written.
-D
Don't output duplicate extracted game scores.
-eECO_file
Perform ECO classification of games. The optional ECO_file should contain a PGN format list of ECO lines. Default is to use /usr/share/pgn-extract/eco.pgn as ECO_file.
-E[123]
Split output into separate files according to ECO. E1: Produce files from ECO letter, A.pgn, B.pgn, etc. E2: Produce files from ECO letter and first digit, A0.pgn, etc. E3: Produce files from full ECO code, A00.pgn, A01.pgn, etc. All files are opened in append mode.
-ffile_list
The file file_list contains the list of PGN files to be searched - one per line.
-F
Output a FEN string comment of the final game position.
-h
Print an abbreviated list of help.
-h1
Print further help.
-?
Print an abbreviated list of help.
-llogfile
Create a new logfile for the diagnostics rather than using stderr.
-Llogfile
Append all diagnostics to logfile rather than using stderr.
-noutputfile
Write all valid games not otherwise output to outputfile.
-N
Don't include NAGs in the output. Ordinarily these are retained.
-ooutputfile
The file to which extracted games are to be written. Any existing contents of the file are lost (see -a flag).
-P
Don't match permutations of the textual variations (-v).
-r
Report any errors but don't extract.
-Rtagorder
Use the tag ordering specified in the file tagorder.
-s
Silent mode don't report each game as it is extracted.
-S
Use a simple soundex algorithm for tag matches. If used, this option must precede the -t or -T options.
-ttagfile
File of player, date, or result, extraction criteria.
-Tcriterion
Player, date, or result, extraction criteria.
-U
Don't output games that only occur once. (Use with -d to identify duplicates in multiple files.)
-vvariations
The file variations contains the textual lines of interest.
-V
Don't include variations in the output. Ordinarily these are retained.
-wwidth
Set width as an approximate line width for output.
-W
Don't rewrite the moves into Standard Algebraic Notation.
-W[cm|epd|san|elalg|lalg|halg]
Specify the output format to use. Default is san: standard algebraic notation. cm is ChessMaster format. epd is EPD format. lalg is long algebraic. halg is hyphenated long algebraic. elalg is enhanced long algebraic. Use -Wsan[PNBRQK] for language specific output, e.g., use -WsanBSLTDK for German. Similarly for -Welalg[PNBRQK].
-xvariations
The file variations contains the lines resulting in positions of interest.
-zendings
The file endings contains the end positions of interest.
-Z
Use the file virtual.tmp as an external hash table for duplicates. Use when MallocOrDie messages occur with big datasets.
-#num
Output num games per file, to files named 1.pgn, 2.pgn, etc.

AUTHOR

Pgn-extract was written by David Barnes <D.J.Barnes@ukc.ac.uk>. This manual page was written by Peter van Rossum <petervr@debian.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system.
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