bdump - visualization of biniou data
bdump [Options...] [file]
bdump prints biniou data files in human readable form. For the conversion of hash tags into meaningful names, bdump maintains a dictionary of words, see option -h. New words can be added to this dictionary with -d and -w. The dictionary is saved between invocation, see option -x and -h.
If the file argument is omitted, bdump reads data from standard input.
- -d file
- load file containing words to add to the dictionary, one per line
- -h file
- set dictionary file for unhashing. Default is $HOME/.bdump-dict on Unix and $HOMEPATH_bdump-dict on Windows
- -w word1,word2,...
- add words to the dictionary
- neither load nor update the dictionary file (see option -h)
- -help | --help
- print options and exit
This manual page was written by Sylvain Le Gall <email@example.com> and Hendrik Tews <firstname.lastname@example.org>, specifically for the Debian project (and may be used by others).