mtree-netbsd

Validates directory tree against specification

Description

The mtree utility compares a file hierarchy against a specification, creates a specification for a file hierarchy, or modifies a specification. This specification can be controlled by the user, but typically includes file/directory/symlink names, ownership information, permission bits, and so forth. It may optionally also include various hashes, such as SHA-256 or MD5.

This mtree utility can understand its own files, as well as those generated by the FreeBSD mtree (in Debian as fmtree in freebsd-buildutils and freebsd-glue) and bsdtar/libarchive.

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Homepage

http://cdn.netbsd.org/pub/pkgsrc/current/pkgsrc/pkgtools/mtree/README.html


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