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inline-detox — clean up filenames (stream-based)
inline-detox [-hnLrv] [-s -sequence] [-f -configfile] file ...
The inline-detox utility can remove spaces and other such annoyances from streams. It'll
also translate or cleanup Latin-1 (ISO 8859-1) characters encoded in 8-bit ASCII, Unicode
characters encoded in UTF-8, and CGI escaped characters. Basically its detox, but does not
operate on files.
inline-detox is driven by a configurable series of filters, called a sequence. Sequences
are covered in more detail in detoxrc(5) and are discoverable with the -L option. Some
examples of default sequences are iso8859_1 and utf_8.
The main options:
Use configfile instead of the default configuration files for loading
translation sequences. No other config file will be parsed.
-h --help Display helpful information.
-L List the currently available sequences. When paired with -v this option shows
what filters are used in each sequence and any properties applied to the
-r Recurse into subdirectories.
Use sequence instead of default.
-v Be verbose about which files are being renamed.
-V Show the current version of inline-detox.
Deprecated Options are options that were available in earlier versions of inline-detox but
have lost their meaning and are being phased out.
Removes _ and - after .'s in filenames. This was first provided in the 0.9
series of inline-detox. After the introduction of sequences, it lost its
meaning, as you could now determine the properties of wipeup through a
particular sequence's configuration. It presently forces all instances of the
wipeup filter to use remove trailing, regardless of what's actually in the
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