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dictfmt_index2word - Creates a .word index file from a DICTD database
dictfmt_index2word [OPTIONS] [index_file]
dictfmt_index2word creates a word index file on stdout for the index file
given on stdin or the command line. A word index file indexes each subword
from the multi-word headwords of the .index file, to the underlying .dict
file. A word index file is usually named <basename>.word, but this is
not mandatory as long as the proper name is used in the dictd
- displays a usage message and exits
- --locale locale
- use locale for sorting the .word file. If this option is omitted, the
default locale "C" is used.
- the .index file to be converted.
dictfmt_index2word was written by Aleksey Cheusov <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This manual page was written by Robert D. Hilliard <email@example.com>.