4 abcsh command line options.
The format for running the abcsh program is:
abcsh option ...
abcsh supports the following options:
- Prompt for confirmation.
- Take no real actions.
- Disable warnings.
- Inhibit usual output.
- Print more information.
- Use the specified directory. Reads in any ABC Notation files found into the abcsh buffer.
- Change to directory before proceeding.
- Print an informative help message describing the options and then exit
- Briefly list the options.
- Print the version number of abcsh on the standard output
and then exit successfully.
- Read in an ABC music notation file into the abcsh buffer.
- Write out the current contents of the abcsh buffer as an ABC music notation file.
- List the number of tunes, voices and measures in the abcsh buffer
- Renumber the X fields in the abcsh buffer. If a starting number is provided then start renumber from that value. E.g. –renumber=4 would renumber the first tune in the abcsh buffer as X:4 and the next as X:5 and so on.
- Select some content in the abcsh buffer for processing. E.g. –select=10/2,3,5/1-50 would select tune number 10, voices 2, 3 and 5, measures 1 through 50 for the next operation.
Select without tune, voice and measure values would clear the current select values make the whole buffer visible for processing.
- Read a MusicXML file into the abcsh buffer.
- Write out the contents of the abcsh buffer as a MusicXML file.