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Description: Split binary
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Size: 66kb
Version: 2.03
Date: 20 Jan 2021
Author: Marc MENDEZ
Submitter: Eugene aGGreSSor Sobolev
Requirements: Shell
Category: utility/shell
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 11559
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============================== F E A T U R E S ==============================

A command to split binary/text files (Shell only). Useful to transfer
files across removable storage units.  It  looks like  'split'  under
Unix®, but Asplit allows you to specify the size in bytes (instead of

============================ R E Q U I R E M E N T ==========================

Asplit tested and worked fine on the following configurations:

- AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition (Kickstart 53.70, Workbench 53.14)

================================= U S A G E =================================

 Asplit [-b buffer] [-n number] -s size filein [fileout|directory]

 -b buffer   specify the size of the internal buffer. 

 Default: 1024 bytes.
 It's advised to use 1024 multiple values. This field is optional. 

 -n number   specify the base number used to numerate the file.

 Default: 0.

 -s size     specify the maximum size (in bytes) of each sub-file.

 filein      the name of the file to split.


 Several cases:

 · No filename given:
   The source filename is used as root name of the files
   created. These files are in the current directory.

 · A filename is given:
   It will be used as root name. This name can be 
   composed of a path.

 · A path is given:
   The files will be created in this directory. The path 
   MUST end by ":" (for Amiga) or "/".

================================ S O U R C E ================================

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