uuMerge is a command line utility that can be used either to combine
multiple text files into a single text file with a separator line
between the contents of each file; or alternatively to process a
'merged' file ( previously created by uuMerge or other processes ) and
recreate the multiple files.
Files are separated internally with special delimiter line prefixed
by "./ ADD NAME=".
This odd choice of delimiters allows the file to be processed by the
IBM mainframe utility IEBUPDTE.
Alternatively, you can use the '-nice' option to create a '> > > > > > > > > > '
delimiter line instead so it looks nicer for printing. You could also
use any text editor to do a global replace of the delimiter text to any
string you wish. However you will not be able to use uuMerge to extract
files at a later point.
1. Merge files in a directory to a single file.
uumerge -merge indir outfile
where indir is the source directory (with optional file masking)
and outfile is the target output file.
2. Restore files.
uumerge -extract infile outdir
where infile is a input file previously created by uuMerge
and outdir is the directory for the target destination
Notes: Use on text files only - results are unpredictable otherwise.
UUMerge Freeware Edition is a free software application from the Other subcategory, part of the Business category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2007-04-01. The program can be installed on Windows.
UUMerge Freeware Edition (version 1.02A) has a file size of 56.44 KB and is available for download from our website.
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