A .cff file can contain many types of data. `cfin' is a simple
program which copies files from a conventional filesystem to a .cff
file in 2 ways, chunk form and file form. If a file is copied in chunk
form it is stored as a data chunk which has very little overhead and
carries no time and data information. If a file is copied in file form
a complete node is created and the file becomes a sub-directory within
the .cff structure. NOTE: a sub-directory can then contain chunks of its'
"Usage: cfin -cnr cfpath files ...\n"
" Option Meaning\n"
" -c create a chunk\n"
" -n give the input file a new name (last part of cfpath)\n"
" -r replace old data\n"
" -R unconditionally replace old data\n"