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yencode(1) User Commands yencode(1)

yencode - Usenet file encoder

yencode [ -d, --debug] [ -e, --extension=ext] [ -f, --force] [ -l, --line= length] [ -m, --multipart=size] [ -o, --output=dir] [ -p, --paths] [ -q, --quiet] [ --sfv=name] [ --crc=name] [ --help] [ --version] FILE ...

yencode encodes the files specified on the command line according to the yEnc Usenet encoding format.

-d, --debug
Write messages useful for debugging to stderr while program is operating.
-e, --extension=ext
Use ext as the file extension for encoded files, instead of ync, which is the default.
-f, --force
If the output file already exists, overwrite the existing file without prompting.
-l, --line=length
Create encoded lines of length characters, instead of 128, which is the default.
-m, --multipart=size
Create multipart output, with each file containing size bytes of data. size may be specified in bytes, or in a human-friendly format such as 200k or 2M. If -m is specified without a size, each part defaults to 620k.
-o, --output=dir
Create output in dir instead of the current directory.
-p, --paths
Save relative pathnames to files in the encoded data. For example, running yencode files/new/bigfile.mp3 will by default save the filename as bigfile.mp3. If the -p option is specified, the filename will be saved as files/new/bigfile.mp3.
-q, --quiet
Try to avoid writing output while running. The only output that will occur is error messages.
--sfv=name
Create a yencoded SFV file containing the checksum of each input file. If name is specified, then that name will be used as a prefix for the SFV file.
--crc=name
Create a yencoded CRC file containing the checksum of each input file. If name is specified, then that name will be used as a prefix for the CRC file. Note that this CRC file may or may not comply with the "standard" for what a .crc file is supposed to contain.
--help
Display program help and exit.
--version
Output version number and exit.

Don Moore <bboy@bboy.net>

http://www.yencode.org/

ydecode(1), ypost(1)
March 2002 yencode

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