Sword utilities generally assume the current directory is the sword path.

(I have a symbolic link to the folder where the utils are stored in my PC.)

The command line argument for mod2imp is just the module name

You don't need to use the option -r OSIS, as you wish to see the complete
raw data.

So for example:

utils\mod2imp DBD 

outputs the DBD module contents in IMP format to the console.

(I assume you know how to redirect the output to a text file.)


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