FreeBSD implementations of 'tar' and 'cpio' and other archive tools
DescriptionThis package contains several command-line tools based on the libarchive library. The bsdtar program is the default system 'tar' program used on FreeBSD. bsdtar uses the libarchive library as a backend which does all of the work for reading and writing archives in various formats. The bsdcpio program is the default system 'cpio' program used on FreeBSD. bsdcpio uses the libarchive library as a backend which does all of the work for reading and writing archives in various formats. The bsdcat program reads archived data from files or from its standard input and uses the libarchive library to decompresses it to its standard output. It may be used for viewing the contents of archives or for passing it to other tools for further processing.
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