ipbrs2lib This program converts BRS style input files into the FIP style Library header. Normally it works on a spooled queue - spool/brs2lib - and assumes the file is being sent over the network - so applies a file wait of 10 seconds. The file is processed and sent to spool/xchg with a filename of : #SN:origfilename#CX:brs2lib#CP:2lib#DA:all which will get 'ipxchg' to force the output file through the BRS2LIB xchg. After the xchg, the resultant file is slotted into spool/2lib for processing bu 'iplibfilter'. If the incoming filename has the syntax 'name@client', then a the DA field will be filled in with the client name and the transmission sent to them alone. Input parameters are : Optional : -1 : filename for a single shot (ie no spooling). def: spool This does NOT delete the input file. The output file is created as normal in the output queue. -i : input queue default: spool/brs2lib -o : output queue default: spool/xchg -f : extra Fip header information default: none -t : scan time of directory default: 5 secs -x : name of xchg to use default: brs2lib -X : name of next queue after xchg default: spool/2lib -w : network wait time for files default: 10 secs -p : print/display items thru default: no -l : do NOT log every incoming file default: log -e : String used as End of Article default: "..DUMP" Any text AFTER this is ignored until the Start string is encountered. To turn off, set to null string with "". -E : String of tags also considered Text. default: "..CAPT" Where you specify more than one, add a spc between and put double quotes around all. The tag MUST be 6 chars in length. -b : String used as Start of New Article. default: "*** BRS DOCUMENT BOUNDARY ***" -S : do NOT strip multiple Spaces default: do The default is to strip multiple spaces, end-of-lines etc within a TEXT element (ie Paragraph). -v : display version number and exit. (copyright) 2019 and previous years FingerPost Ltd.