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 Readme for:  Utility » Shell » chunker.lha

Chunker

Description: One more split/join of files
Download: chunker.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 15kb
Version: 1.7
Date: 06 Dec 13
Author: Lee Kindness, aos4 port by kas1e
Submitter: kas1e
Email: kas1e/yandex ru
Category: utility/shell
License: Other
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 8468
 
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 USAGE
-=====-

 Chunker is used to split a file up into smaller pieces. It expects the
following arguments:
 
   chunker <file> <basename> <size>

 file: Name of the file to split.

 basename: The created split files will have this as their base name. For
example if you had "ding" as basename then the created files would be:
    	ding.000
    	ding.001
    	:
    	:
    	ding.XXX
    Note that the XXX part is a 3 part hexadecimal number.

 size: Size (in bytes) of the created chunks.
 
 For example:

   chunker bigfile.gz bigfile 716800  
 would split the file 'bigfile.gz' into 700k chunks with a basname of 'bigfile'.
 
 DeChunk will reassemble the chunks output by Chunker into the original file. It
expects the following arguments:

   dechunk <outputfile> <basename>

 outputfile: Name of the file to create.

 basename: The basename of the split files. For example if the first of the
split files is called "ding.000" then use "ding". This should be the same as you
passed as basename to Chunker.


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