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nomarch(1)                    Archive Extraction                    nomarch(1)

       nomarch - extract `.arc' archives

       nomarch [-hlptUv] [archive.arc] [match1 [match2 ... ]]

       nomarch lists, extracts, or tests `.arc' archives. (An alternate exten-
       sion sometimes used was `.ark'; these work too.) This is  a  very  out-
       dated  file format which should certainly not be used for anything new,
       but you may still need an extraction utility, and here it is. :-)

       The default action is to extract all files in  the  specified  archive;
       see OPTIONS below for how to do other things instead.

       -h     give terse usage help.

       -l     list files in archive. If verbose listings are enabled, it shows
              the filename, compression method, compressed/uncompressed  size,
              date/time,  and CRC; but by default, it just shows the filename,
              uncompressed size, and date/time.

       -p     extract to standard output, rather than to separate files.

       -t     test files in archive (more precisely, check file CRCs).

       -U     use uppercase filenames; more precisely, preserve original  case
              from archive.

       -v     give verbose output (when used with `-l').

              the archive to operate on.

       match1 etc.
              optionally  specify  which archive members to list/extract/test.
              Those which match any  of  these  filenames/wildcards  are  pro-
              cessed. Wildcard operators supported are shell-like `*' and `?',
              but don't forget  to  quote  arguments  which  use  these  (e.g.
              `nomarch foo.arc '*.bar'').

       nomarch  follows  the  `unzip'-like  practice  of  working  on only one
       archive per run, with further `filenames'  given  on  the  command-line
       actually  specifying files to extract (or whatever). The easiest way to
       work on multiple files with nomarch is simply to run it multiple  times
       using for; for example:

       for i in *.arc; do nomarch $i; done

       The above would extract all archives in the current directory.

       Emacs's  arc-mode  facility lets you work with various kinds of archive
       file directly from the editor. Making it  use  nomarch  for  extracting
       `.arc'  files  isn't  too hard. Just add the following to your ~/.emacs

       (setq archive-arc-extract '("nomarch" "-U"))

       The CRC used by the format is only 16-bit, so `-t' is a  less-than-per-
       fect test.

       One  compression  method,  obsolete even by `.arc' standards :-), isn't
       supported yet. This is partly because I've yet to find  a  single  file
       which uses it, despite testing an awful lot of files.

       Subdirectories  in  Spark  archives  are extracted as the `.arc'-format
       files they really are, which may not be terribly convenient.

       tar(1), gzip(1), bzip2(1), lbrate(1)

       Russell Marks (

Version 1.4                     18th June, 2006                     nomarch(1)

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