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Lithuanian Text Tool

Lithuanian Text Tool

What is it?

In the old dark times many different encodings were used for Lithuanian texts. LTT (Lithuanian Text Tool) is a small program that does two things:

$ ltt index.in
index.in
Probability   Charset                                      Seen characters      
    57%  *!   Latin-7/ISO-8859-13/Baltic-RIM/ANSI-1257     .........ąč.ėįšųūž
    38%       771/773/KBL                                  ..š...ų.........ū.
     4%       Latin-4/ISO-8859-4/Latin-6/ISO-8859-10       ..........č.....ž.
  * -- file contains Lithuanian letters unique to this charset
  ! -- file contains no Lithuanian letters outside of this charset
$ ltt -c latin-7 latin-4 index.in
Latin-7/ISO-8859-13/Baltic-RIM/ANSI-1257 -> Latin-4/ISO-8859-4/Latin-6/ISO-8859-10:
index.in

$ ltt index.in
index.in
Probability   Charset                                      Seen characters
    66%  *!   Latin-4/ISO-8859-4/Latin-6/ISO-8859-10       .........±č.ģē¹łž¾
    16%       771/773/KBL                                  ...............ł..
    11%       Latin-7/ISO-8859-13/Baltic-RIM/ANSI-1257     ..........č......ž
     5%       772/774/775                                  .....¾............
  * -- file contains Lithuanian letters unique to this charset
  ! -- file contains no Lithuanian letters outside of this charset

Notes

Usage

$ ltt
Lithuanian Text Tool version 0.9.0
Copyright (c) 1999-2001 Marius Gedminas <mgedmin@b4net.lt>
This is Free Software.  See the GNU General Public Licence for details.         

Try to autodetect charset:
  ltt [-q] <filename>

      -q        quick mode: only check first kilobyte

Convert between charsets:
  ltt -c <charset1> <charset2> [-b <ext>] <filename> ...

      -b <ext>  create backup files with extension <ext>
                (<ext> should begin with a dot, e.g. -b .bak)

Use `-' instead of <filename> for standard input

Possible charset values:
  772 774 775
  770
  771 773 kbl
  lat7 latin-7 iso-8859-13 brim baltic-rim 1257
  lat4 latin-4 iso-8859-4 lat6 latin-6 iso-8859-10
You can also use `ascii' for <charset2>

Note: only 18 Lithuanian national letters are affected.

Download

LTT version 0.9.0

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