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2010-10-09 Glenn Morris <>
* b2m.1: Remove file.
2010-09-25 Ulrich Mueller <>
* etags.1: xz compression is now supported.
.\" See section COPYING for copyright and redistribution information.
.TH b2m 1
b2m \- convert old Emacs Rmail Babyl format to mbox format
.B b2m
.I babyl-file
.I mbox-file
.B b2m
accepts Babyl format mail (as used by older versions of
.BR Rmail
.BR "GNU Emacs" )
on standard input, and converts it to mbox format on standard output.
Babyl was the storage format used by Rmail prior to Emacs 23.1. Since
then, it uses standard mbox format. This program is distributed with
.BR "GNU Emacs" .
The program accepts unambiguous abbreviations for long option names.
.B \-V, \-\-version
Display version information.
.B \-h, \-\-help
Display basic usage information.
The Babyl format is described in the file
.B etc/BABYL
in the Emacs distribution.
.B Rmail
is documented in the GNU Emacs manual, which you can read using
.BR Info ,
either from Emacs or as a standalone program.
.I b2m
was originally written by Ed Wilkinson. Francesco Potorti updated it
according to the GNU coding standards.
.if t \(co
.if n (C)
2008, 2009, 2010 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
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