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FTIMES-MAP2MAC(1)	     FTimes Documentation	     FTIMES-MAP2MAC(1)

NAME
       ftimes-map2mac.pl - Create MAC/MACH timelines using FTimes map data

SYNOPSIS
       ftimes-map2mac.pl {-e|--extsort}	[-d] [-m] [-q] [-r] [-s	file] [-T dir]
       [-w] -f {file|-}

       ftimes-map2mac.pl {-i|--intsort}	[-d] [-m] [-q] [-r] [-w] -f {file|-}

DESCRIPTION
       This utility takes FTimes map data as input and produces	a MAC or MACH
       timeline	as output. The letters M, A, and C, have the usual meanings --
       i.e., mtime, atime, and ctime. The H in MACH stands for chtime which is
       NTFS specific. Output is	written	to stdout and has the following
       format:

	   datetime|mac/mach|name

       Two sorting methods are supported: external and internal. The internal
       sorting method constructs timelines entirely within core	memory.	While
       this method is self-contained, its effectiveness	deteriorates as	the
       amount of data increases. The external sorting method, on the other
       hand, requires an external sort utility,	but it is generally faster and
       can handle large	data sets more effectively.  The external sorting
       method was designed to work with	GNU sort.

OPTIONS
       -d  Enables URL decoding	of filenames.

       -f {file|-}
	   Specifies the name of the input file. A value of '-'	will cause the
	   program to read from	stdin.

       -m  Causes milliseconds to be included in the timeline. This option is
	   specific to WINX map	data, and it is	silently ignored if "-w" is
	   not specified also.

       -q  Don't report	errors (i.e., be quiet)	while processing files.

       -r  Causes timeline to be output	in reverse time	order.

       -s file
	   Specifies the name of an alternate sort utility. Relative paths are
	   affected by your PATH environment variable. Alternate sort
	   utilities must support the "-r", "-T", and "-u" options. This
	   program's external sorting method was designed to work with GNU
	   sort.

       -T dir
	   Specifies the directory sort	should use as a	temporary work area.
	   The default directory is that specified by the TMPDIR environment
	   variable, or	/tmp if	TMPDIR is not set.

       -w  Enables support for WINX map	data.

AUTHOR
       Klayton Monroe

SEE ALSO
       ftimes(1)

LICENSE
       All documentation and code are distributed under	same terms and
       conditions as FTimes.

perl v5.24.1			  2017-07-02		     FTIMES-MAP2MAC(1)

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