dar  2.6.12
About: DAR (Disk ARchive) is a shell command that makes backup of a directory tree and files.
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README

        D i s k    A R c h i v e


PRESENTATION
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dar is a shell command, that makes backup of a directory tree and files.
It has been tested under Linux, Windows (95, 2000, NT, XP, 7, 8, 10),
OpenSolaris, FreeBSD and NetBSD, and has been reported as working under
Mac OS X 10.3 and more recent (where it takes care of file forks but not
of the ACL).

External GUI are possible and exist thanks to the libdar library and its API

Actually dar is a set of six commands over libdar library:
        dar
        dar_xform
        dar_slave
        dar_manager
        dar_cp
	dar_split

with in addition:
        dar_static (statically linked version of dar, not all system
	            support static linking)

This library is part of dar and licensed under the GNU General
Public License (GPL in the following), like all the source code of the Dar
suite programs. This imply that you can link libdar to your programs at
the condition that your programs are also covered by the GPL, which says
in particular that you must provide source code of your programs. See
COPYING file for details.


DOCUMENTATION
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For the documentation, see doc/README


INSTALLATION
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see INSTALL file