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Jul 20, 2023
Pack, send, and unpack shell archives; synchronize via e-mail
This is the set of GNU shar utilities. This port installs them with the letter “g” prepended to their names, to avoid conflict with the FreeBSD base system. The uudecode and uuencode commands are omitted BSD versions are present in the base system. The shar utilities deal with shar files, so-called shell archives, which are scripts suitable for transmission by e-mail or Usenet.
When a shar file is executed, the files it contains are unpacked without the need for any software other than the shell itself and sed. Because they are scripts, shell archives from strangers should be read before executing them, to check for harmful commands.
synopses from the info pages
* gmail-files Send files to remote site. * gmailshar Make and send a shell archive. * gremsync Synchronize remote directory trees using e-mail. * gshar Make a shell archive. * gunshar Explode a shell archive.
Checkout these related ports:
- Zutils - Utilities for searching in bzip2, gzip, lzip, and xz archives
- Zstr - C++ header-only ZLib wrapper
- Zstd - Fast real-time compression algorithm
- Zpaqfranz - Swiss army knife for the serious backup manager
- Zopfli - Zopfli Compression Algorithm
- Zoo - Manipulate archives of files in compressed form
- Zlib-ng - Fork of the zlib data compression library
- Zipper - Tool for inspecting the contents of a compressed archive
- Zipmix - Produce .ZIP file from two other ones with the best compressed files
- Zip - Create/update ZIP files compatible with PKZIP
- Zchunk - Compressed file format that splits the file into independent chunks
- Xpk - The eXternal PacKer (XPK) library system
- Xmill - Efficient compressor for XML
- Xdms - Tool for decompressing Amiga DMS files
- Xarchiver - Desktop-agnostic GTK frontend to various archiving tools