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NAME

       ha - a small file archiver utility

SYNOPSIS

       ha <command>[<option><option>...]  archive [ name ...  ]

DESCRIPTION

       After the program name comes a command name (single letter) and options
       (single letters, appended to the command name without a space).

COMMANDS

       a[sdqemr012]
              Add files matching search pattern to archive.

       e[aqty]
              Extract files matching search pattern from archive.

       x[aqty]
              Extract files matching search pattern from  archive  using  path
              information stored in archive.

       l[f]   List files currently in archive.

       d[q]   Delete  files  matching search pattern from archive.  If archive
              does not contain any files after deletion it is removed.

       f[sdqemr012]
              Freshen files in archive. All files matching search pattern  and
              newer than version already in archive are updated to archive.

       u[sdqemr012]
              Update  files to archive. All files matching search pattern that
              are newer than version already in archive  or  are  not  yet  in
              archive are updated to archive.

       t[q]   Test files in archive.

OPTIONS

       0,1,2  Try compression method #. More than one can be specified.

              Methods are:
                0-CPY  Simple copying of files.
                1-ASC  Default method using sliding window dictionary followed
              by arithmetic
                      coder. Offers quite good compression on wide variety  of
              file types.
                2-HSC  Compression  method  based  on finite context model and
              arithmetic
                      coder. Quite slow for binary data, but offers very  good
              compression
                      especially for longer text files.

       y      Assume answer yes on all questions.

       t      Touch  files when extracting. Sets file times to current machine
              time.

       r      Recurse  through  subdirectories  while  searching   for   files
              matching search pattern.

       f      Full listing of stored file information.

       m      Move  files  when  archiving.  Files are removed from disk after
              they are successfully written to archive.

       a      Set system specific file attributes when extracting files.

       s      Find special files when archiving.

       e      Do not store pathname information.

       q      Quiet operation.

       d      Make separate entries for directories. Saves  information  about
              empty directories, directory attributes etc. in archive.

AUTHOR

       This     manual     page     was    written    by    Mikhail    Gusarov
       <dottedmag@dottedmag.net> for Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be  used
       by others).



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