[PATCH] Mention "iconv --list" in the man page.
matt at mattmccutchen.net
Fri Jan 25 14:08:06 GMT 2008
Adding a hint about iconv --list is a good idea. This patch does it.
rsync.yo | 3 ++-
1 files changed, 2 insertions(+), 1 deletions(-)
diff --git a/rsync.yo b/rsync.yo
index 047e360..870993a 100644
@@ -2015,7 +2015,8 @@ dit(bf(--iconv=CONVERT_SPEC)) Rsync can convert filenames between character
sets using this option. Using a CONVERT_SPEC of "." tells rsync to look up
the default character-set via the locale setting. Alternately, you can
fully specify what conversion to do by giving a local and a remote charset
-separated by a comma (local first), e.g. bf(--iconv=utf8,iso88591).
+separated by a comma (local first), e.g. bf(--iconv=utf8,iso88591). (Run
+"iconv --list" to see a list of the charset names that a machine supports.)
Finally, you can specify a CONVERT_SPEC of "-" to turn off any conversion.
The default setting of this option is site-specific, and can also be
affected via the RSYNC_ICONV environment variable.
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