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.\" groff -man -Tascii bdump.1
.\" ==========================================================================
.\" ============= Synopsis ===================================================
.\" ==========================================================================
.TH BDUMP 1 "June 2013" BDUMP "User Manuals"
.SH NAME
bdump \- visualization of biniou data
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B bdump \fR[\fIOptions...\fR] [\fIfile\fR]
.\" ==========================================================================
.\" ============= Description ================================================
.\" ==========================================================================
.SH DESCRIPTION
.B bdump
prints biniou data files in human readable form. For the
conversion of hash tags into meaningful names,
.B bdump
maintains a dictionary of words, see option
.I -h\fR.
New words can be added to this dictionary with
.I -d
and
.I -w\fR. The dictionary is saved between invocation, see option
.I -x
and 
.I -h\fR.
.P
If the
.I file
argument is omitted, 
.B bdump
reads data from standard input.
.\"
.\" ==========================================================================
.\" ================ Options =================================================
.\" ==========================================================================
.\"
.SH OPTIONS
.\" ===================== -d file ============================================
.TP
.B "-d file"
load
.I file
containing words to add to the dictionary, one per line
.\" ===================== -h file ============================================
.TP
.B "-h file"
set dictionary file for unhashing. Default is
.I $HOME/.bdump-dict
on Unix and
.I $HOMEPATH\_bdump-dict
on Windows
.\" ===================== -w word1,word2,... =================================
.TP
.B "-w word1,word2,..."
add words to the dictionary
.\" ===================== -x  ================================================
.TP
.B "-x"
neither load nor update the dictionary file (see option
.I -h\fR)
.\" ===================== -help ==============================================
.TP
.B "-help | --help"
print options and exit
.\"
.\" ==========================================================================
.\" ================ SEE ALSO ================================================
.\" ==========================================================================
.\"
.SH SEE ALSO
.TP
the \fBbiniou\fR web site, \fIhttp://mjambon.com/biniou.html\fR
.\"
.\" ==========================================================================
.\" ================ Author ==================================================
.\" ==========================================================================
.\"
.SH AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Sylvain Le Gall
<gildor@debian.org> and Hendrik Tews <hendrik@askra.de>,
specifically for the Debian project (and may be used by others).