rearj man page

rearj ā€” Converts other archive formats to .arj files

Synopsis

rearj [options] <!listfile(s)|filespec(s)|wildname(s)>

Description

The rearj command can repackage other archive formats to arj.

Options

-+

Ignore REARJ_SW variable.

-a[suffix]

Convert archives within archives ("*" for all formats).

-bcommand

Execute command before extracting files.

-ccommand

Execute command on extracted files before counting them.

-d

Delete original archives.

-e

No error switch.

-f

Convert diskette archives.

-g

Skip creation of output archive.

-i[name]

Check integrity of rearj program.

-j

Skip if output archive size is larger than the original.

-k

Skip archive timestamping.

-l[name]

Write append log file (default name is rearj.log).

-m[date]

Select archives before date in YYMMDDHHMMSS format.

-n[date]

Select archives on or after date in YYMMDDHHMMSS format.

-o

Allow overwrite of existing target archive.

-p

Ignore long filenames under Windows 95.

-q

Query for each archive to convert.

-r

Recurse through subdirectories.

-s

Skip verify of file count and total size.

-tsuffix

Create suffix type archives.

-u[bak]

Allow update of archive with backup (default is BAK).

-v

Execute configured command on extracted files.

-wdir

Assign work directory.

-x[!]file

Exclude by filename, wildname, or listfile.

-y[text]

Delete output archive and write text to log (testing mode).

-z

Simulate operation.

Environment

REARJ_SW If set, its value will be used as command line options.

Exit Status

0

Success.

1

File not found.

2

File is not a configured archive type.

3

Target archive already exists.

4

Not enough disk space.

5

User skipped or user did not select update option.

6

UNPACK command error.

7

PACK command error.

8

Target cannot support directories.

9

Wrong file count.

10

Wrong total size.

11

Internal archive REARJ error.

12

Rename archive error.

13

Invoked -v command error (found a virus?).

14

Output archive is larger.

Example

rearj * -r -d

Convert all archives to ARJ format, searching all subdirectories, deleting original archives.

See Also

arj(1).

Author

This manual page was written by Ola Lundqvist <opal@debian.org> in pod format, then converted by Guillem Jover <guillem@debian.org> to nroff format.

Referenced By

arj(1), unarj(1).

2003-03-10 3.10 Arj Software