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NAME

libidn - Internationalized Domain Names command line tool  

SYNOPSIS

libidn [OPTIONS]... [STRINGS]...  

DESCRIPTION

libidn 0.5.6  

Purpose:

Command line interface to the internationalized domain name library. All strings are expected to be encoded in the preferred charset used by your locale. Use `--debug' to find out what this charset is. You can override the charset used by setting environment variable CHARSET. To process a string that starts with `-', for example `-foo', use `--' to signal the end of parameters, as in `idn --quiet -a -- -foo'.
-h, --help
Print help and exit
-V, --version
Print version and exit
-s, --stringprep
Prepare string according to nameprep profile
-d, --punycode-decode
Decode Punycode
-e, --punycode-encode
Encode Punycode
-a, --idna-to-ascii
Convert to ACE according to IDNA (default)
-u, --idna-to-unicode
Convert from ACE according to IDNA
--allow-unassigned
Toggle IDNA AllowUnassigned flag (default=off)
--usestd3asciirules
Toggle IDNA UseSTD3ASCIIRules flag (default=off)
-t, --tld
Check string for TLD specific rules Only for --idna-to-ascii and --idna-to-unicode (default=on)
-p, --profile=STRING
Use specified stringprep profile instead Valid stringprep profiles are `Nameprep', `iSCSI', `Nodeprep', `Resourceprep', `trace', and `SASLprep'.
--debug
Print debugging information (default=off)
--quiet
Silent operation (default=off)
 

SEE ALSO

The full documentation for libidn is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and libidn programs are properly installed at your site, the command
info libidn

should give you access to the complete manual.