Working with CDS/ISIS databases.
A couple of databases have been converted successfully from/to WinIsis.
If CDSUNIX is defined during make, it will use the "UNIX" format
as used by wwwisis on Unix machines.
bin/malete cdsimp cds -ftest/
will look for test/cds.mst and the like and write a Malete database
at path test/cds. The Malete database files should not exist,
else records there with like MFNs will be updated.
bin/malete cdsexp cds -ftest/
does the reverse. You can try with the provided test/cds,
after creating its index using
bin/malete qload cds -ftest/ <test/cds.mqt
By default, import and export convert between Cp850 and ISO-Latin1,
hats (caret, '^') and tabulators, newlines and vertical tabs.
There are some switches to turn this off.