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.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.