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dmtxwrite: create Data Matrix barcodes

NAME

dmtxwrite - create Data Matrix barcodes

SYNOPSIS

dmtxwrite [OPTION]... [FILE]

DESCRIPTION

dmtxwrite encodes data from a file or standard input, and writes the resulting ECC200 Data Matrix barcode as an image.

OPTIONS

-c, --codewords
Print codeword listing instead of creating barcode.
-d, --module=N
Module size in pixels.
-m, --margin=N
Margin size in pixels.
-e, --encoding=[bfactxe8]
Encodation scheme.
Best optimized   best possible optimization (beta)
Fast optimized   basic optimization (not implemented)
ASCII  [default] ASCII standard extended
C40              digits and uppercase
Text             digits and lowercase
X12              ANSI X12 EDI
EDIFACT          ASCII values 32-94
Base 256         all byte values 0-255
-f, --format=FORMAT
Output image format (PNG [default], TIF, GIF, PDF, etc...).
-l, --list-formats
List available image formats.
-o, --output=FILE
Barcode output filename. Default is standard output.
-p, --preview
Print ASCII art preview to standard output.
-r, --resolution=N
Set image print resolution (dpi).
-s, --symbol-size=[sr|RxC] (default "s")

  Automatic symbol size options:
 Auto square         Auto rectangle
  Manual symbol size options for square symbols:
 10x10   12x12   14x14   16x16   18x18   20x20
 22x22   24x24   26x26   32x32   36x36   40x40
 44x44   48x48   52x52   64x64   72x72   80x80
 88x88   96x96 104x104 120x120 132x132 144x144
  Manually symbol size options for rectangle symbols:
  8x18    8x32   12x26   12x36   16x36   16x48
-C, --color=COLOR
Barcode color (not implemented).
-B, --bg-color=COLOR
Background color (not implemented).
-M, --mosaic
Create non-standard Data Mosaic barcode.
-R, --rotate=DEGREES
Rotation angle in degrees (not implemented).
-v, --verbose
Use verbose messages.
-V, --version
Print program version information.
--help
Display this help message and quit.

STANDARDS

ISO/IEC 16022:2000

ANSI/AIM BC11 ISS

BUGS

Email bug reports to mike [at] dragonflylogic.com

AUTHOR

Copyright (C) 2008, 2009 Mike Laughton