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Command Line QR encoder for win32

PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2011 1:43 pm
by dpayer

PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 1:02 am
by smartmedia

In did, very helpful.. Thanks

Re: Command Line QR encoder for win32

PostPosted: Tue Feb 18, 2014 8:52 am
by djmarkes
Can anyone tell me how to use this please? as is the command line? I can not find any documentation.

Thank you.

Re: Command Line QR encoder for win32

PostPosted: Tue Feb 18, 2014 9:23 am
by mishem
Usage: qrencode [OPTION]... [STRING]
Encode input data in a QR Code and save as a PNG or EPS image.

-h, --help display the help message. -h displays only the help of short

write image to FILENAME. If '-' is specified, the result
will be output to standard output. If -S is given, structured
symbols are written to FILENAME-01.png, FILENAME-02.png, ...
(suffix is removed from FILENAME, if specified)
-s NUMBER, --size=NUMBER
specify module size in dots (pixels). (default=3)

-l {LMQH}, --level={LMQH}
specify error correction level from L (lowest) to H (highest).

-v NUMBER, --symversion=NUMBER
specify the version of the symbol. (default=auto)

-m NUMBER, --margin=NUMBER
specify the width of the margins. (default=4 (2 for Micro)))

specify the DPI of the generated PNG. (default=72)

specify the type of the generated image. (default=PNG)

-S, --structured
make structured symbols. Version must be specified.

-k, --kanji assume that the input text contains kanji (shift-jis).

-c, --casesensitive
encode lower-case alphabet characters in 8-bit mode. (default)

-i, --ignorecase
ignore case distinctions and use only upper-case characters.

-8, --8bit encode entire data in 8-bit mode. -k, -c and -i will be ignored.

-M, --micro encode in a Micro QR Code. (experimental)

specify foreground/background color in hexadecimal notation.
6-digit (RGB) or 8-digit (RGBA) form are supported.
Color output support available only in PNG and SVG.
-V, --version
display the version number and copyrights of the qrencode.

[STRING] input data. If it is not specified, data will be taken from
standard input.