ASPLIT Amiga User's Manual ASPLIT 1mNAME0m Asplit - split a file 1mSYNOPSIS0m Asplit [-b buffer] [-n number] -s size filein [fileout|directory] 1mOPTIONS0m -b buffer specify the size of the internal buffer. Default: 1024 bytes. It's advised to use 1024 multiple values. This field is optional. -n number specify the base number used to numerate the file. Default: 0. -s size specify the maximum size (in bytes) of each sub-file. filein the name of the file to split. fileout|directory Several cases: No filename given: The source filename is used as root name of the files created. These files are in the current directory. A filename is given: It will be used as root name. This name can be composed of a path. A path is given: The files will be created in this directory. The path MUST end by ":" (for Amiga) or "/". 1mDESCRIPTION0m The file "filein" is split into several files of "size" bytes. Each filename is composed of the source file name if no "fileout" name is given, and a number, which indicates the order. The number of files is NOT LIMITED. The order of files is respected thanks to an evaluation of the digits necessary to code the order number, i.e., is you have 100 files, they will be coded from 000 to 099, instead of 0 to 99. If you don't know why it's important, you should remember that the string "10" is alphabeticaly before the string "2"...So imagine the result of the concatenation of all the files. 1mWARNING0m Although Asplit has been thoroughly tested, no guarantee is given nor implied that this program is fit for any use. The program and the information within this text is provided on an "as is" basis. In no event will I be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages resulting from the use of this program or the information presented within this text. 1mAUTHOR0m Asplit is Copyright 1994 Marc MENDEZ. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or MENDEZ Marc Residence Le Mail Batiment B Appartement 414 Rue Louis Jouvet 33600 PESSAC Commercial distribution of Asplit or of a package containing Asplit requires author approval.