ippc IPPC scans a directory, formats them for PC consumption and leaves them in the output directory. The filename is either PC-style or DEC (Atex) and any supplementary information that the FIP filename is carrying is stuffed in the header. Filename is stuck at the top of the header with "Original Filename:" in front. The header is tailed with a '~'. Note that IP2PC formats copy in a similar way using FIP header fields to process each file and writing the resultant file to that described in the PQ header field. Input Parameters are : Mandatory : -i : input queue default: none -o : output queue default: none Optional : -h : zap the FIP header too default: leave header -e : no CR/NL translation. default: NL -> CR NL -t : scan time for the queue default: 5 secs -x : overwrite old file default: create new -d : give it an DEC (Atex) filename (6.3) .. default: pc filename rather than pc (8 with no extention) -l : log all files through default: do not log -r : For Mac files, make sure the resource fork is deleted If the 1st chr is not a '/', this is the pathname relative to the output queue ie -r .rsrc default: none -v : version no and exit. (copyright) 2017 and previous years FingerPost Ltd.