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TIE(1L)                                                                TIE(1L)



NAME
       tie - merge(1,8) or apply WEB change files

SYNOPSIS
       tie -c|-m outputfile masterfile changefile...


DESCRIPTION
       The  tie program is  used to process multiple change  files  used  with
       the WEB system  for  literate  programming. The WEB programs  allow  to
       apply  patches  to a source file(1,n) (the masterfile) by  means of a number
       of change files (often only a single change file(1,n) is allowed).  Tie  can
       be  used   to either merge(1,8) up to nine change files into a single one or
       to apply the changes to the masterfile in(1,8) order to create  a  new  one.
       Output  of  either the  new change file(1,n) or the patched master(5,8) file(1,n) goes
       into outputfile.

   OPTIONS
       -c     Create a single change file(1,n) from the given changefiles.

       -m     Create a new master(5,8) file(1,n) by applying the given changefiles.

SEE ALSO
       web(1), cweb(1l).

AUTHOR
       Klaus Guntermann, TH Darmstadt, Institut  f.  Theoretische  Informatik.
       Man page by Joachim Schnitter, TH Darmstadt, Phys. Chemie I.



                                    9/24/92                            TIE(1L)

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