POSIX.1-2001-Compliant Tar Implementation

Star is a tar like archiver. TAR stands for Tape ARchiver. Star is the
fastest known implementation of a tar archiver.

Features:

- FIFO to keep the tape streaming.

- remote tape support.

- accurate sparse files (if the OS supports it).

- pattern matcher to archive and extract a subset of files.

- user tailorable interface for comparing tar archives against file
trees.

- path names up to 1024 Bytes may be archived.

- stores and restores all 3 file times (even creation time). With
POSIX.1-2001 the times are in nanosecond granularity.

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed Actions
README-FIRST 0000001723 1.68 KB over 12 years
rmt-move.diff 0000000368 368 Bytes over 11 years
star-1.5.1-bufferoverflow.patch 0000000448 448 Bytes about 9 years
star-1.5.tar.bz2 0000783704 765 KB over 11 years
star-configuration.diff 0000006863 6.7 KB over 11 years
star-fexecve.diff 0000001622 1.58 KB about 10 years
star-getline.diff 0000000801 801 Bytes about 10 years
star-lock.diff 0000000985 985 Bytes over 10 years
star-no_fsync.diff 0000000511 511 Bytes over 12 years
star-selinux.patch 0000004410 4.31 KB about 11 years
star.changes 0000009581 9.36 KB about 7 years
star.spec 0000005874 5.74 KB about 7 years
tests.tar.bz2 0000003242 3.17 KB over 12 years
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