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Here is a place-holder for many considerations which do not fit elsewhere, while not worth a section for themselves.
Be careful that the output file(s) are not included in the
When a directory is passed to
No attempt is made to restore the protection and modification
dates for directories, even if this is done by default for files.
Thus, if a directory is given to
Use of the
Let us conclude by a showing a few examples of
shar *.c > cprog.shar shar -Q *.[ch] > cprog.shar shar -B -l28 -oarc.sh. *.arc shar -f /lcl/src/u*.c > u.sh
The first shows how to make a shell archive out of all C program sources. The second produces a shell archive with all .c and .h files, which unpacks silently. The third gives a shell archive of all uuencoded .arc files, into files arc.sh.01 through to arc.sh.nnn. The last example gives a shell archive which will use only the file names at unpack time.
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