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Langue: en

Version: 24 October 2008 (debian - 07/07/09)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)


regfiledump - Dump the contents of a Regina data file


regfiledump [ -f | -l | -n ] [ -c ] file [ packet-label ... ]


This utility dumps the contents of the given Regina data file to standard output in a human-readable format.

If a list of packet labels is given on the command-line, only those packets listed will be output. Otherwise all packets in the given file will be output.


-f (default)
Output full packet details. Output for each packet will cover several lines, beginning with basic packet details (such as label and type) followed by the packet's long description.
Output a list of packet labels and types only, one packet per line.
Don't output any packets at all; this option forces a packet count (see option -c).
Finish output with a count of all packets in the given file.


If any packets contain international characters, Regina will attempt to convert these to your local character encoding as it writes them to the output.

You can tell Regina what character encoding to use by setting standard locale-related environment variables, such as LANG, LC_CTYPE or LC_ALL.

For example, if LANG is set to en_AU then output will be written in the Western European character set ISO-8859-1, and if LANG is set to en_AU.UTF-8 then output will be written in the universal character set UTF-8.

Typically these environment variables will have been set for you when you installed your GNU/Linux system, and Regina should just use the right character set out of the box. See your GNU/Linux system reference for further information on support for different locales.




Regina was written by Ben Burton <> with help from others; see the documentation for full details.

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