.TH COCO 1 "1994 Dec 15" .UC 4 .SH NAME coco -- code converter for any of Mule's code .SH SYNOPSIS .B coco [ .I -hlvq ] [[ .I INCODE ] .I OUTCODE ] < .I infile > .I outtile .br .SH DESCRIPTION .I coco runs as a filter for code conversion among any coding-systems which Mule can handle. .PP .SH OPTIONS .TP .BI \-h Print help message. .TP .BI \-l List all valid INCODE and OUTCODE. .TP .BI \-v Print verbose information about conversion. .TP .BI \-q Just investigate a coding-system of .I infile .TP .BI INCODE Indicate coding-system of .I infile, defaults to *autoconv*, which means coding-system of .I infile is detected automatically. .TP .BI OUTCODE Indicate coding-system of .I outfile, defaults to *internal*. .PP .SH MISC .I coco uses two data files, CHARSETS and CODINGS. These are created while installing .I mule. So, priority of coding-systems handled by .I coco is the same as what handled by .I mule. .PP .SH FILES /usr/local/lib/emacs/$VERSION/etc/CHARSETS - A file which contains information of character sets and fonts. /usr/local/lib/emacs/$VERSION/etc/CODINGS - A file which contains information of coding-systems and priorities. .PP .SH SEE ALSO mule(1) .SH AUTHORS .PP This program was written by Ken'ichi HANDA of Electrotechnical Laboratory, JAPAN.