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    tarjs-cli

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    tarjs

    npm version

    Command-line tar utility

    Installation

    npm install -g tarjs-cli
    

    Usage

    tarjs [options] [files]
    

    Multiple input files and directories can be specified.

    Options

    -c, --create

    Creates a new tar archive. When this option is specified, the following options are required:

    • The output file name (-f)
    • One or more input files or directories, specified after the options

    -t, --list

    Lists the contents of a tar archive. When this option is specified, the input file name (-f) is required.

    -x, --extract

    Extracts the contents of a tar archive. When this option is specified, the input file name (-f) is required.

    -v, --verbose

    Shows additional output.

    -q, --quiet

    Shows minimal output. This is useful for using tarjs in scripts.

    --exclude [pattern]

    Excludes files and directories that match the given pattern from the tar archive.

    --portable

    Creates a tar archive without system-specific metadata. This allows you to create a tar file with the same checksum on different computers. This will omit all system-specific metadata except modification time. If you want to omit the modification time of all entries as well, specify the --no-mtime option.

    --no-mtime

    Creates a tar archive without modification times on the entries. Usually used in conjunction with --portable to generate deterministic archives.

    -f, --file [filename]

    The file to operate on.

    When creating (-c), this is the name of the output file. It will be overwritten if it already exists.

    When listing (-t), this is the name of the input file.

    -C, --change [directory]

    When creating (-c), this is the directory to change into before adding the files to the tar archive. This can also be thought of as the base directory for the specified files and directories.

    When extracting (-x), this is the directory to change into before extracing files from the tar archive. Note that this directory must exist before invoking tarjs.

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    Install

    npm i tarjs-cli

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    3

    Version

    0.4.1

    License

    MIT

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    12.4 kB

    Total Files

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