usage: rrrDefSplit source.def [ targetdir ] [ -e ... ] [ -fse ... ] [ -nospace ]
rrrDefSplit sourcedir [ target.def ] [ -e ... ] [ -fse ... ]
The definition file is split up, and one small definition file is
created for each object in the definitionfile.
A directory with the same name as the definition file will be created
if no targetdir is specified.
For each object type, a subdirectory will be created.
If you specify a sourcedir instead, all def-files in any sub-directory
will be concatenated into a single one. If two objects with the same name
are found, the one with the newest timestamp will be used.
-nospace will remove the space from directories created.
-e will set the default encoding for input and output files
-fse will set the encoding for the file system when creating files, where
the default encoding is latin1
-ver will display version information