This is the command enber that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
enber - Convert the unber XML output back into BER
enber [-n] [-] [infile...]
enber convers the XML-formatted files produced by unber(1) back into the BER format. A
single dash denotes the standard input.
-n Disable input validation. By default, enber performs some basic validity checks
against XML input.
Decode a BER sequence and immediately encode it back
unber -p filename.ber | enber - > reconstructed.ber
This program does not attempt to perform full-fledged XML parsing. It is merely compatible
with unber(1)'s output. In particular, XML style comments are not supported. A hash "#"
or two dashes "--" following a whitespace is treated as a beginning of a comment line,
which is ignored completely. Empty lines are ignored as well.
The following example demostrates the use of comments:
<C O="0" T="" TL="2" V="2">
<I O="2" T="" TL="2" V="Indefinite">
-- </I O="4" T="[UNIVERSAL 0]" L="4">
# Do not terminate:
# the absence of end-of-content octets is intentional!
</C O="6" T="" L="6">
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