catrez(1) Commands and Applications catrez(1)
catrez - concatenate resource forks from files
catrez [-av] -d dest_file file1 [ file2... ]
catrez concatenates resources from multiple files into the resource
fork of a single file. (The data fork of the destination file is not
modified.) This is useful to programmers who create resources for a
program in several different files and need to combine them into the
resource fork of the final executable file.
-v Produce verbose output, including: the program version, the name
of each source file, the type & ID of each copied resource, and
whether a resource converter is required.
-a Append resources to the destination file rather than overwriting
the resource fork.
Existing destination file name [required parameter].
catrez will shut itself down if it receives any of the following sig-
SIGINT (user keyboard interrupt),
SIGPIPE (writing to a pipe with no reader),
SIGALRM (alarm timer expiration), or
User signals (SIGUSR1 and SIGUSR2) are ignored.
Append the resources from menu.r to the resource fork of progfile:
catrez -a -d progfile menu.r
Combine several resource files and add to progfile
catrez -d progfile version.r menu.r window.r startup.r
This manual page documents catrez version 1.0.2.
catrez returns zero on success, non-zero otherwise.
Dave Tribby <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Version 1.0 was released as an independent utility compatible with GNO
in July 1996. Version 1.0.1, released in November 1996, fixed a problem
with "protected" attributes. Version 1.0.2 was updated in September
1997 to use GNO 2.0.6 headers, libraries, and coding conventions, and
released as part of GNO 2.0.6.
GNO September 1997 catrez(1)
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