Usage:  ParseName [OPTIONS] <FName>
Parses filename FName into components useful for AFNI
   -cwd: Specify the working directory, from which relative
         path is constructed. Default is the program's CWD
   -pre PRE: Change the name so that you prepend PRE to the prefix
   -app APP: Change the name so that you append APP to the prefix

   -out OUT: Output only one component of the parsed file name
             By default the whole parsed filename structure is
             OUT is one of the following:
        FullName: ABSOLUTE_PATH/FName
        RelName : RELATIVE_PATH/FName
        AbsPath : ABSOLUTE_PATH/
        RelPath : RELATIVE_PATH/
        Prefix  : PREFIX
        uPrefix : USER_PATH/PREFIX
        pPrefix : RELATIVE_PATH/PREFIX
        *PrefixView: Append view string (if any) to all prefix options
                     listed above.
        OnDisk  : 1 if file is on disk, 0 otherwise
        FName   : Filename, no paths
        FNameNoAfniExt : File name without any AFNI extensions
                         e.g.: ParseName -out FNameNoAfniExt test.nii.gz
        trim    : Trim the name to 20 characters.
                  First the path goes, then extension, then view,
                  then characters from the left. '~' indicates clipping.
     If you want to output multiple parameters, list them all between
     quotes with something like:
        -out 'HeadName RelPath'

  -outsep SEP: When outputting multiple components, use SEP as a separator
               between them. Default is ' ', one space character

    ParseName -cwd /hello/Joe /hello/Joe/afni.c
    ParseName -cwd /hello/Joe/ /hello/Jane/afni.c
    ParseName -out Prefix something.nii
    ParseName -out uPrefixView something.nii
    ParseName -out uPrefixView something+orig
    ParseName -pre Need_ -out Prefix something.nii
    ParseName -pre Need_  something.nii'[65-88]'
    ParseName -pre Need_  something+orig.HEAD'{2-10}[4-6]'
    ParseName -pre Need_ -out HeadName  something+orig.HEAD'{2-10}[4-6]'

     Ziad S. Saad SSCC/NIMH/NIH