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wszst bmg

For each archive all BMG sub files are searched and, if found, decoded and printed as combined BMG text file. The command works exactly like »wbmgt MIX«.

Contents

1.   Syntax

wszst BMG [source]...

2.   Options

Options
Option Param Description
-i --ignore Ignore non existing source files without warning.
-H --no-header Suppress the syntax information section in decoded text files.
-B --brief Suppress information lines in decoded text files. This includes syntax information (--no-header). If set twice, the output of unneeded sections is also suppressed.
--bmg-inf-size size Defines the 'INF0' size of new BMG files between 4 and 1000. The first 4 bytes of a INF0 record is a pointer to the string and the remaining bytes the string attributes. However, maximal 20 attribute bytes are supported and additional bytes are assumed to be NULL. All BMG files of MKW have a size of 8.
--force-attrib attrib Forces, that all attributes are set to this vector.
--def-attrib attrib Define the default attributes for BMG files. If not set, the default attributes are estimated. On text output, strings with default attributes are printed without attribute vector. The usual default attribute for MKW is [1].
--no-attrib Suppress the output of any BMG attributes at text BMG files.
--x-escapes Use \x{} escapes instead of \z{} escapes.
--old-escapes To be compatible with v1.43 and earlier, print 1A escape sequences with total size of >12 bytes as single words using \x{}. Also don't use \x{} and \u{} with parameter lists.
-1 --single-line If set, don't print continuation lines for BMG text output. If set twice, print only single text lines and suppress attributes like option --no-attrib does it.
--no-bmg-colors If set, suppress the output of '\c{color}' escape sequences for colors definitions in BMG text output to be compatible with old versions of the tools.
--bmg-colors Force output of '\c{color}' escape sequences with names, even for foreign (not MKWii) BMG files.
--no-bmg-inline Print BMG values as separate line before the message definition to be compatible with versions until v1.39. The output for the standard value 0x01000000 is always suppressed. This was the default until v1.43. Since v1.44, --bmg-inline is the default.
--bmg-inline [DEPRECATED] Print BMG values between message name and the equal sign using the format '[...]'. The output for the standard value (usually 0x01000000) is always suppressed. Since v1.44, the inline mode is the default. It can be disabled by option --no-bmg-inline to be compatible with versions until v1.39.
-l --long Print long numeric message IDs instead of alternative message names like Txx, Uxx or Mxx.
-X --export Enable the export modus and create small and machine readable text files for easy post processing. The option works similar like -HBB for KMP and like -HBl1 for BMG text files.