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MCSFILE(1)
==========
Thomas "Cakeisalie5" Touhey
:Email: thomas@touhey.fr
:man source: p7utils
:man manual: p7utils manual
NAME
----
mcsfile - list subfiles in a CASIO MCS archive file
SYNOPSIS
--------
[source,bash]
----
mcsfile [--help] [--version] <archive.g1m>
----
DESCRIPTION
-----------
mcsfile is a simple utility that looks like *file*(1), excepts it lists subfiles
in a CASIO MCS archive file (things with extensions like *g1m* or *g2r*).
OPTIONS
-------
Options start with one or two dashes. Some of the options require an additional
value next to them.
*-h, --help*::
Display command/subcommand help page and quit.
*-v, --version*::
Display version and quit.
SEE ALSO
--------
*libg1m*(3)

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P7(1)
=====
Thomas "Cakeisalie5" Touhey
:Email: thomas@touhey.fr
:man source: p7utils
:man manual: p7utils manual
NAME
----
p7 - command-line utility to communicate with casio calculators
SYNOPSIS
--------
[source,bash]
----
p7 [-h|--help] [-v|--version] [<command> [<args>]]
----
DESCRIPTION
-----------
p7 is a command-line utility to communicate with machines using casio's
communication protocol 7.00, like (almost only, not gonna lie) CASIO
fx calculators. For now, it only implements file sending/getting functions
on flash memories.
Available submenus are:
*send [-f] [-o oncalc.ext] [-d oncalcdir] local.ext*::
Send a file to the calculator.
*get [-o local.ext] [-d oncalcdir] oncalc.ext*::
Get a file from calculator.
*copy [-d sourcedir] [-t destdir] source.ext dest.ext*::
Copies a file into another on the calculator.
*del [-d oncalcdir] oncalc.ext*::
Delete a file on the calculator.
*ls*::
List files on the calculator.
*reset*::
Reset a filesystem on the calculator.
*optimize*::
Optimize the distant filesystem (defragment).
*info*::
Dumps information about the calculator.
OPTIONS
-------
Options start with one or two dashes. Some of the options require an additional
value next to them.
*-h, --help*::
Display command/subcommand help page and quit.
*-v, --version*::
Display version and quit.
*--com <device>*::
The serial device, if you want to communicate with a calculator connected
using a USB-to-serial cable.
::
If this option isn't used, the program will look for a calculator connected
using direct USB.
*--storage abc0*::
The storage device with which to interact.
*--no-term, --no-exit*::
Do not terminate connection when action is completed.
*--no-start, --no-init*::
Do not initialize connection -- should only be used when
*--no-term*/*--no-exit* was used last time p7 was called.
*-d DIR, --directory=DIR*::
The on-calc directory to work in.
Default for this option is device root.
*-t DDIR, --to=DIR*::
The destination directory (for file copying/moving).
Default for this option is device root.
*-o OUT, --output=OUT*::
For the *get* subcommand, the local file path to store in the output (or
'-' for stdout). For the *send* subcommand, the distant filename. For the
two subcommands, default is adapted from the input parameter.
*-f, --force*::
For the *send* subcommand, force overwrite (default is interactive
confirmation from user).
*-#*::
Displays a nice little loading bar for *send* and *get* subcommands. If
command is *get* and output is stdout, loading bar won't be displayed.
SEE ALSO
--------
*libp7*(3)

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P7OS(1)
=======
Thomas "Cakeisalie5" Touhey
:Email: thomas@touhey.fr
:man source: p7utils
:man manual: p7utils manual
NAME
----
p7os - backup and setup CASIO calculator's software components using protocol 7
SYNOPSIS
--------
[source,bash]
----
p7os [-h|--help] [-v|--version] [--no-prepare] [--uexe <path>]
[<subcommand> [<args>]]
----
DESCRIPTION
-----------
p7os is a command-line utility to get and upload an OS on CASIO fx calculators,
using its communication protocol 7.00 and OS update mode.
Available submenus are :
*prepare-only*::
Sends the update program, but leave it for other programs to interact
with it.
*get [-o os.bin]*::
Backup the bootcode, CASIOWIN entry and OS.
You have to *prepare* before doing any other action. Preparing means sending
a P7 server on the calculator that will be able to execute commands required
by other subcommands.
OPTIONS
-------
Options start with one or two dashes. Some of the options require an additional
value next to them.
*-h, --help*::
Display command/subcommand help page and quit.
*-v, --version*::
Display version and quit.
*--com <device>*::
The serial device, if you want to communicate with a calculator connected
using a USB-to-serial cable.
::
If this option isn't used, the program will look for a calculator connected
using direct USB.
*--no-prepare*::
Use the current environment, instead of uploading one.
*--uexe <path>*::
Use a custom update program.
*-o OUT, --output=OUT*::
When getting something, where to store.
SEE ALSO
--------
*libp7*(3)

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P7SCREEN(1)
===========
Thomas "Cakeisalie5" Touhey
:Email: thomas@touhey.fr
:man source: p7utils
:man manual: p7utils manual
NAME
----
p7screen - display streamed screen from casio fx calculator
SYNOPSIS
--------
[source,bash]
----
p7screen [-h|--help] [-v|--version]
----
DESCRIPTION
-----------
p7screen is a command-line utility to display streamed screen from casio fx
calculator, using its communication protocol 7.00 and screenstreaming mode.
OPTIONS
-------
Options start with one or two dashes. Some of the options require an additional
value next to them.
*-h, --help*::
Display help page and quit.
*-v, --version*::
Display version and quit.
*-z ZOOM, --zoom=ZOOM*::
Change the zoom (will change the window size too).
SEE ALSO
--------
*p7*(1),
*libp7*(3)

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