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unormalize 0.1.0

unormalize [args] [FILES] nfc [args] [files] nfd [args] [files] Converts files or standard input to the given format. Options -i EXTENSION -- Modify files inplace, saving back-ups with EXTENSION -f FORMAT -- normalization form; default is NFC.

Converts UTF-8 input to the desired UTF-8 in Unicode normalization form.

Read about the Unicode Normalization Forms!

Usage

There are five executables included, that all have the exact same usage and arguments:

  • unormalize
  • nfc
  • nfd
  • nfkc
  • nfkd

You may either redirect or pipe input into unormalize (and its buddies), or provide filenames as arguments.

Options

-f FORM/--form=FORM
Selects the normalization form: one of NFC, NFD, NFKC, or NFKD. The equivalently named executables imply their respective normalization form; unormalize is equivilent to nfk without the --form arugment.
-i EXTENSION/--in-place EXTENSION
Filenames must be specified as arguments. If so, this opens them, and converts them into the desired normalization form, in place. EXTENSION is the extension given to back-ups of the original files.

Examples

Convert clipboard contents to NFC (OS X):

$ pbpaste | nfc | pbcopy

Convert a file, in-place, to NFKD:

$ nfkd --in-place=.bak file.txt && rm file.txt.bak

Convert circled, variants, and half-widths to their compatible forms:

$ echo 'ℍ①カ' | nfkc
H1カ

License

© 2015 Eddie Antonio Santos. MIT Licensed.

 
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