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coco(1)								      coco(1)



NAME

  coco - code converter	for any	of Mule's code

SYNOPSIS

  coco [-hlvq] [[INCODE] OUTCODE] <&lt; infile >&gt; outfile

OPTIONS

  -h  Print help message.

  -l  List all valid INCODE and	OUTCODE.

  -v  Print verbose information	about conversion.

  -q  Just investigate a coding-system of infile

  INCODE
      Indicate coding-system of	infile,	defaults to *autoconv*,	which means
      coding-system of infile is detected automatically.

  OUTCODE
      Indicate coding-system of	outfile, defaults to *internal*.

DESCRIPTION

  coco runs as a filter	for code conversion among any coding-systems which
  mule can handle.

MISC

  coco uses two	data files, CHARSETS and CODINGS.  These are created while
  installing mule. So, the priority of coding-systems handled by coco is the
  same priority	applied	by mule.

FILES

  /usr/local/lib/emacs/$VERSION/etc/CHARSETS
      A	file which contains information	of character sets and fonts.

  /usr/local/lib/emacs/$VERSION/etc/CODINGS
      A	file which contains information	of coding-systems and priorities.

SEE ALSO

  mule(1)







AUTHORS

  This program was written by Ken'ichi HANDA of	Electrotechnical Laboratory,
  JAPAN.