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© November 2004 Tony Lawrence

Shell Archiver. If you have ever read Kernigan and Pike's classic Unix Programming Environment Handbook, you may remember the "bundle" script presented there. "shar" is a grown-up, steroid enhanced version of that. It's a quick, simple way to package up a group of files into a self extracting format. It is part of the GNU sharutils.



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