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readme.txt 2013-01-25 2.0 kB 11 weekly downloads
*End Users* Choices are: * Download the binary (segyzip or SEGYZip.exe) for your plaform. These are in the directory 'Binaries'. * Download the sources. These are in segyzip_source.zip. * Download both sources and all binaries: segyzip_all.zip All you get is a command-line tool, a very small executable of around 30 kb(!), also for Windows. To see how you should use it, run with --help, like: C:\> segyzip --help or: % ./segyzip --help Usage: ./segyzip [OPTION]... [FILE] -c, --stdout write on standard output -d, --decompress force decompress -n, --no-stamp omit/ignore 'stamp' in text header -l, --level val 0=lossless, 1-9 lossy. Default=1 -k, --keep-spikes don't do spike fixing (float fmts only) -N, --ns val force number of samples -F, --fmt val force SEG-Y format for samples -q, --quiet show no progress -v, --verbose verbose mode -s, --signature force zipper with this signature -h, --help display this message Zipper signature: _S_ version: 001 The program will create a new file, as follows: * If your file has the extension '.sgy', an output compressed file '.syz' will be created. * If your file has the extension '.syz', an output uncompressed file '.sgy' will be created. * If your file has no or another extension then the file will be assumed to be a SEG-Y file, and an extension '.syz' will be added to the file name. That is, unless you explicitly force decompress (using -d or --decompress). *Programmers* Choices are: * Work via svn. You'll know what to do. * Download the sources only. These are in segyzip_source.zip. * Download both sources and all binaries: segyzip_all.zip To make the program, simply type 'make' or 'gmake' - the Makefile only works with GNU make. Windows programmers can use the VC++ project stuff (in various SEGYZip.* files). You should know how it works (as I don't). Many thanks to Ranojay Sen of dGB for creating the binaries and VC project stuff. Bert
Source: readme.txt, updated 2013-01-25