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Description

NAME    grib_filter

DESCRIPTION

Apply the rules defined in rules_file to each GRIB message in the GRIB files provided as arguments. If you specify '-' (a single dash) for the rules_file, the rules will be read from standard input.

USAGE

grib_filter [options] rules_file grib_file grib_file ...

OPTIONS

-f

Force. Force the execution not to fail on error.

-o output_file  

Output is written to output_file. If an output file is required and -o is not used, the output is written to 'filter.out'

-M

Multi-field support off. Turn off support for multiple fields in single GRIB message.

-V

Version.

-g

Copy GTS header.

-G

GRIBEX compatibility mode.

-T T | B | M | A

Message type. T->GTS, B->BUFR, M->METAR (Experimental), A->Any (Experimental). The input file is interpreted according to the message type.

-7

Does not fail when the message has wrong length

-v

Verbose.

NAME    grib_filter

DESCRIPTION

Apply the rules defined in rules_file to each GRIB message in the GRIB files provided as arguments. If you specify '-' (a single dash) for the rules_file, the rules will be read from standard input.

USAGE

grib_filter [options] rules_file grib_file grib_file ...

OPTIONS

-f

Force. Force the execution not to fail on error.

-o output_file  

Output is written to output_file. If an output file is required and -o is not used, the output is written to 'filter.out'

-M

Multi-field support off. Turn off support for multiple fields in single GRIB message.

-V

Version.

-g

Copy GTS header.

-G

GRIBEX compatibility mode.

-T T | B | M | A

Message type. T->GTS, B->BUFR, M->METAR (Experimental), A->Any (Experimental). The input file is interpreted according to the message type.

-7

Does not fail when the message has wrong length

-v

Verbose.

Info

August 2022