Commit 6548b03d authored by Renaud Pacalet's avatar Renaud Pacalet
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Minor update

parent 8a308127
......@@ -22,7 +22,11 @@ network strings are the concatenation of:
- ID (2-bytes unsigned integer), the identifier
- N (1-byte unsigned integer), the number of 32-bits integer values
- N 4-bytes integer values
The ID and the integer values are in network (big) endianness.
The ID and the integer values are in network (big) endianness. Conversions
between perl hashes and regular strings are also handled. The regular strings
are in format: "id:n:v1:...:vn" where id, n and the vi are the decimal
representations of the identifier, the number of 32-bits integer values and the
32-bits integer values, respectively.
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......@@ -44,7 +48,7 @@ specifies the X increment between two consecutive sine samples.
--duration=DURATION total duration in seconds, 0 for never ending (default 1)
--index=INDEX index of stream to send (default 0)
--offset=OFFSET X increment between two consecutive sine(X) (default 0.1)
--pipe send the samples to standard input instead of network
--pipe send the samples to standard output instead of network
--end send a sample with id 0xffff at the end (if duration != 0)
--help print this help
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......@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ specifies the X increment between two consecutive sine samples.
--duration=DURATION total duration in seconds, 0 for never ending (default $DEFAULTS{"duration"})
--index=INDEX index of stream to send (default @{$DEFAULTS{"index"}})
--offset=OFFSET X increment between two consecutive sine(X) (default @{$DEFAULTS{"offset"}})
--pipe send the samples to standard input instead of network
--pipe send the samples to standard output instead of network
--end send a sample with id 0xffff at the end (if duration != 0)
--help print this help
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