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.TH lrc 1 "13 January 2013" "lrc 1.0"

.SH NAME
lrc \- Linux Resource Compiler

.SH SYNOPSIS
.B lrc -h | [-d] [-o RDFFile] [-c CompressionType] [-e EncyptionType -p Password] RCFile|RIFFile

.SH DESCRIPTION
The Linux Resource Compiler is a program to compile several files into one big file.

.SH OPTIONS
.TP
.B -h
Show usage of compiler and quit.
.TP
.B -d
Deny overwriting. An existing RDFFile will not be overwritten, but an error will be shown instead.
.TP
.B -o RDFFile
Name of the compiled file. The name of the input file with the extension .rdf will be used.
.TP
.B -c CompressionType
Compression type for the whole RDF file. Allowed are all compression types as for single resources. At the moment these are:

.I zLib
zLib compression. This is the same compression as the well known zip file uses.

.I bzip2
bzip2 compression. This is the same compression as the well known program with the same name uses.

.TP
.B -e EncryptionType
Encryption type for the whole RDF file. Allowed are all encryption types as for single resources. At the moment these are:

.I Serpent
Serpent encryption

.TP
.B -p Password
The password for the encryption. This option is mandatory if encryption is selected. All alphanumeric characters are allowed to be used in the password. If the first character of the password is a '@' the rest of the password string will be interpreted as filename. In this case the file will be loaded and the content of the file will be taken as password to encrypt the resource. Use this method if you want to use other characters than alphanumeric ones.

.TP
.B RCFile
Input file in the simple RC format; defines all used files to compile.
.TP
.B RIFFile
Input file in XML format; defines all used files to compile.

.SH FILES
.I RCFile
.I RIFFile
.RS
Input files that define files to compile into a resource file. The format is described in
.I lrc.5

.SH AUTHORS
lrc was written by Andreas Tscharner <andy@vis.ethz.ch>

.SH SEE ALSO
.I lrc(5)
Description of input files