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This is a binary-to-text encoding tool similar to PGP word list, RFC 1751, and mnemonicode.
In fact, it incorporates https://github.com/bwhmather/python-mnemonicode as a commandline option.
Aside from mnemonicode you can use the home-brew version. This is the default. It has a slightly higher compression rate, but arguably worse choice of words.
The main program is called
hpb, short for hungarianphrasebook.
You can use it through stdin and stdout like this:
> echo 'but i only want to sing!' | hpb bunny divan lowe clap amaze gnp third denote nastily numeral cloy criss cloy heath wing cadent aflame
To decode the stuff again, just use the
> echo 'width criss shun gluey corbel maggot cloy heath wing tainted wing cadent aflame' | hpb -d stop that singing!
If you’d rather use mnemonicode, always supply the
> echo "is your name not bruce then?" | hpb -m shannon short visa - formal nixon denmark - beach scarlet samba - tommy ingrid tropic - kiwi miami uniform - mineral open trilogy - lunar cabaret liter - airline
And the decoding:
> echo -n "life family demo - immune saga transit - janet forever robert - tribune grace stereo - airline" | hpb -dm
-n for echo, as mnemonicode doesn’t really like trailing newlines.
Instead of piping everything into the script, you can also use
-i to read from a file and
-o to write to a file.
> hpb -i somefile.dat -o plain.txt