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    4 <refmeta>
    5 <refentrytitle>xarchive</refentrytitle>
    6 <manvolnum>1</manvolnum>
    7 </refmeta>
    8 <refnamediv>
    9     <refname>XArchive</refname>
   10     <refpurpose>a gtk2.0 front-end for various command line archivers.</refpurpose>
   11 </refnamediv>
   12 <refsynopsisdiv>
   13 <simpara><emphasis role="strong">xarchive</emphasis> [-a <emphasis>archive</emphasis> | -c <emphasis>archive</emphasis>] [files&#8230;]</simpara>
   14 
   15 </refsynopsisdiv>
   16 <refsect1>
   17 <title>DESCRIPTION</title>
   18 <simpara>XArchive is graphical front-end that uses external wrappers to communicate
   19 with the command line archiving tools.  XArchive handles creation, extraction
   20 and manipulation of archives depending on whether or not the command line tools
   21 (and the wrappers written for them) support those actions.  The types of
   22 archives supported depends on what wrappers are available in XArchive's wrapper
   23 directories (see WRAPPERS below), and what command line tools are installed.</simpara>
   24 
   25 <simpara>Currently there are bash shell wrappers for:</simpara>
   26 
   27 <variablelist>
   28 <varlistentry>
   29 <term>
   30 <emphasis role="strong">tar</emphasis>
   31 </term>
   32 <listitem>
   33 <simpara>
   34     using tar, bzip2, gzip, and compress
   35 </simpara>
   36 </listitem>
   37 </varlistentry>
   38 <varlistentry>
   39 <term>
   40 <emphasis role="strong">rar</emphasis>
   41 </term>
   42 <listitem>
   43 <simpara>
   44     using rar, or unrar(unrar only cannot modify rar's)
   45 </simpara>
   46 </listitem>
   47 </varlistentry>
   48 <varlistentry>
   49 <term>
   50 <emphasis role="strong">zip</emphasis>
   51 </term>
   52 <listitem>
   53 <simpara>
   54     using unzip, zipinfo(from unzip), and zip
   55 </simpara>
   56 </listitem>
   57 </varlistentry>
   58 <varlistentry>
   59 <term>
   60 <emphasis role="strong">ace</emphasis>
   61 </term>
   62 <listitem>
   63 <simpara>
   64     using unace (extraction only)
   65 </simpara>
   66 </listitem>
   67 </varlistentry>
   68 <varlistentry>
   69 <term>
   70 <emphasis role="strong">7zip</emphasis>
   71 </term>
   72 <listitem>
   73 <simpara>
   74     using 7za from p7zip
   75 </simpara>
   76 </listitem>
   77 </varlistentry>
   78 <varlistentry>
   79 <term>
   80 <emphasis role="strong">arj</emphasis>
   81 </term>
   82 <listitem>
   83 <simpara>
   84     using arj
   85 </simpara>
   86 </listitem>
   87 </varlistentry>
   88 <varlistentry>
   89 <term>
   90 <emphasis role="strong">rpm</emphasis>
   91 </term>
   92 <listitem>
   93 <simpara>
   94     using rpm and cpio (extract only, use appropriate packing tools to modify)
   95 </simpara>
   96 </listitem>
   97 </varlistentry>
   98 <varlistentry>
   99 <term>
  100 <emphasis role="strong">deb</emphasis>
  101 </term>
  102 <listitem>
  103 <simpara>
  104     using dpkg-deb from dpkg (extract only, use appropriate tools to modify)
  105 </simpara>
  106 </listitem>
  107 </varlistentry>
  108 </variablelist>
  109 </refsect1>
  110 <refsect1>
  111 <title>OPTIONS</title>
  112 <variablelist>
  113 <varlistentry>
  114 <term>
  115 <emphasis role="strong">-a</emphasis> <emphasis>archive</emphasis>
  116 </term>
  117 <listitem>
  118 <simpara>
  119     Add passed <emphasis>files</emphasis> to <emphasis>archive</emphasis>.
  120 </simpara>
  121 <itemizedlist>
  122 <listitem>
  123 <simpara>
  124 Normally the passed <emphasis>archive</emphasis> file is opened, and a multi-file selector
  125       is presented with any passed <emphasis>files</emphasis> already added to the
  126       selection list.
  127 </simpara>
  128 </listitem>
  129 <listitem>
  130 <simpara>
  131 However, if the <emphasis>archive</emphasis> filename passed is <emphasis>ask</emphasis>, or the
  132       passed <emphasis>archive</emphasis> file cannot be found, then a dialog will be presented
  133       asking whether to create a new archive or use an existing
  134       one.  An appropriate chooser will then be presented for finding,
  135       or creating, an archive to add to.  Once an archive is found, or
  136       created, a multi-file selector will be presented with any passed
  137       <emphasis>files</emphasis> already added to the selection list.
  138 </simpara>
  139 </listitem>
  140 </itemizedlist>
  141 </listitem>
  142 </varlistentry>
  143 <varlistentry>
  144 <term>
  145 <emphasis role="strong">-c</emphasis> <emphasis>archive</emphasis>
  146 </term>
  147 <listitem>
  148 <simpara>
  149      Create a new archive file named <emphasis>archive</emphasis> with passed
  150      <emphasis>files</emphasis>.
  151 </simpara>
  152 <itemizedlist>
  153 <listitem>
  154 <simpara>
  155 A dialog will be presented asking for an archive name.  If the
  156        <emphasis>archive</emphasis> name passed is <emphasis>ask</emphasis> then a generic sample filename
  157        will be shown.  Otherwise the passed <emphasis>archive</emphasis> name with be
  158        shown.  On accepting the name is checked to make sure the file
  159        doesn't already exist, and that a wrapper for that type of
  160        <emphasis>archive</emphasis> is present.  Thus the <emphasis>archive</emphasis> name should contain
  161        the extension of the archive type that is desired
  162        (eg. test.zip).  Once a valid archive name is accepted a
  163        multi-file selector is presented with any passed <emphasis>files</emphasis> already
  164        added to the selection list.
  165 </simpara>
  166 </listitem>
  167 </itemizedlist>
  168 </listitem>
  169 </varlistentry>
  170 </variablelist>
  171 </refsect1>
  172 <refsect1>
  173 <title>USAGE</title>
  174 <simpara>When XArchive starts it consults each wrapper it finds in it's wrapper
  175 directories (see WRAPPERS below) to see what file types it can support.</simpara>
  176 
  177 <simpara>If XArchive is started without being passed any files to open, or any
  178 options, an information page is shown detailing what wrappers were
  179 found and what file types are (based on file extensions) supported by
  180 those wrappers</simpara>
  181 
  182 <simpara>If some <emphasis>files</emphasis> to open are passed to XArchive without any options it
  183 will treat them as archives and attempt to use the wrappers associated
  184 with those archives (based on file extensions) to get, and show, the
  185 contents of each.</simpara>
  186 
  187 <simpara>The <emphasis>-a</emphasis> and <emphasis>-c</emphasis> options allow you to use XArchive with your
  188 file-manager to add to an existing archive, or to create a new one.</simpara>
  189 
  190 <simpara>Using <emphasis>xarchive -a ask</emphasis> as your file-manager's "open with" command on
  191 some selected files will allow you add those selected files to an
  192 existing archive (xarchive will ask which archive to add them too).</simpara>
  193 
  194 <simpara>Using just <emphasis>xarchive -a</emphasis> as your file-manager's "open with" command on a
  195 selected archive file will allow you open that archive and use
  196 XArchive's multi-file selector to choose the files to add to it.</simpara>
  197 
  198 <simpara>Using <emphasis>xarchive -c ask</emphasis> as your file-manager's "open with" command on
  199 some selected files allows you to create a new archive containing
  200 those files (XArchive will ask you for the new archive's name).  This
  201 option won't allow opening an existing archive and guarantees that a
  202 unique one is created.</simpara>
  203 
  204 <simpara>Once and archive is opened it's entries can be selected to delete,
  205 extract, or open-with.  You can use the following selection methods:</simpara>
  206 
  207 <variablelist>
  208 <varlistentry>
  209 <term>
  210 <emphasis role="strong">Left-Click</emphasis>
  211 </term>
  212 <listitem>
  213 <simpara>
  214     To select one file, and unselect all others.  If that one file is
  215     a directory it's contents will also be selected.
  216 </simpara>
  217 </listitem>
  218 </varlistentry>
  219 <varlistentry>
  220 <term>
  221 <emphasis role="strong">CTRL + Left-Click</emphasis>
  222 </term>
  223 <listitem>
  224 <simpara>
  225     To select/unselect multiple files.  Hold down the Control Key while
  226     Left-Clicking individual files to toggle their selection state.
  227     If the file clicked is a directory it's contents will also be
  228     selected or unselected.
  229 </simpara>
  230 </listitem>
  231 </varlistentry>
  232 <varlistentry>
  233 <term>
  234 <emphasis role="strong">SHIFT + Left-Click</emphasis>
  235 </term>
  236 <listitem>
  237 <simpara>
  238     To select a block of files.  Select the first file in the block normally
  239     (just a Left-Click), then Shift + Left Click the last file
  240     in the block and all the files in between will also be selected.
  241 </simpara>
  242 </listitem>
  243 </varlistentry>
  244 </variablelist>
  245 <simpara><emphasis role="strong">Right-Click</emphasis> on an archive listing will bring up a context
  246 menu with the actions from the toolbar on it.</simpara>
  247 
  248 <simpara><emphasis role="strong">Double-Left-Click</emphasis> on an entry will temporarily extract
  249 that file from the archive and use the default handler to view it.  If
  250 no default handler has been set the "open with.." dialog is opened so
  251 that you can set one.</simpara>
  252 
  253 <simpara>Just select an item in the archive and start typing to use the
  254 type-ahead search feature (or you can press Ctrl-f).</simpara>
  255 
  256 <refsect2>
  257 <title>About "Drag and Drop"</title>
  258 <simpara>Once an archive is opened you can drag files from your filemanager (if
  259 it supports drag and drop) on to the archive list and have the
  260 add-to-archive file chooser open.  It's list of files to add will
  261 contain the items dropped.  From there you can select more files to
  262 add from the file chooser, or drop files onto this list from your
  263 filemanager.</simpara>
  264 
  265 </refsect2>
  266 <refsect2>
  267 <title>About "Open With"</title>
  268 <simpara><emphasis>Open with</emphasis> will temporarily extract selected files and view them with
  269 the user selected application.  From this dialog you can also set an
  270 application as the <emphasis>default double-click handler</emphasis> by clicking that
  271 option's checkbox.  Setting this allows you to double left click
  272 entries in the listing and have them viewed with the set application.</simpara>
  273 
  274 <simpara>Note:  When picking an <emphasis>open with</emphasis> application you should make sure
  275 that application doesn't fork to the background.  If it does then the
  276 temporary file that was extracted will most likely be deleted before
  277 the application can view it.  For example, <emphasis>gvim</emphasis> will fork to the
  278 background, so instead you should use <emphasis>gvim --nofork</emphasis>.</simpara>
  279 
  280 </refsect2>
  281 <refsect2>
  282 <title>About Creating Archives</title>
  283 <simpara>When you select <emphasis>New</emphasis> you will be asked for an archive name.  The
  284 extension you use on your name will determine what kind of archive is
  285 created.  For example using <emphasis>mywebstuff.zip</emphasis> will create a zip, and
  286 <emphasis>mywebsutff.tar.bz2</emphasis> will create a bzip2 compressed tar.</simpara>
  287 
  288 <simpara>Then, in the same dialog, you'll select the folder you want to save
  289 the archive in.  When that's done, and you press <emphasis>open</emphasis> the multiple
  290 file selector will be opened.</simpara>
  291 
  292 <simpara>The multiple file selector allows you to browse around the file system
  293 and pick off what files and directories you wish to add to your
  294 archive.  Just select the files in the <emphasis>file chooser</emphasis> list and press
  295 the <emphasis>add to list</emphasis> button.  To remove files from the <emphasis>add to archive</emphasis>
  296 list, select the files and press the <emphasis>remove from list</emphasis> button.</simpara>
  297 
  298 <simpara>Note that the the full path for the file or directory will be listed
  299 in the <emphasis>add to archive</emphasis> list for your reference, but when the archive
  300 is made only the basename of the entry will be added.  For example, if
  301 the <emphasis>/home/me/html</emphasis> directory is on the list to be added then the
  302 archive will contain the directory <emphasis>html</emphasis> (and it's contents), not
  303 it's full path (the <emphasis>/home/me</emphasis> part is discarded).  This is a good
  304 thing.  When you send someone your archive, and they extract it, you
  305 probably don't want it trying to create a /home/me/html directory tree
  306 on your buddies machine.</simpara>
  307 
  308 </refsect2>
  309 </refsect1>
  310 <refsect1>
  311 <title>KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS</title>
  312 <refsect2>
  313 <title>Main Archive Listing</title>
  314 <variablelist>
  315 <varlistentry>
  316 <term>
  317 CTRL + Q
  318 </term>
  319 <listitem>
  320 <simpara>
  321      quit
  322 </simpara>
  323 </listitem>
  324 </varlistentry>
  325 <varlistentry>
  326 <term>
  327 CTRL + O
  328 </term>
  329 <listitem>
  330 <simpara>
  331      open an existing archive
  332 </simpara>
  333 </listitem>
  334 </varlistentry>
  335 <varlistentry>
  336 <term>
  337 CTRL + N
  338 </term>
  339 <listitem>
  340 <simpara>
  341      create a new archive
  342 </simpara>
  343 </listitem>
  344 </varlistentry>
  345 <varlistentry>
  346 <term>
  347 CTRL + W
  348 </term>
  349 <listitem>
  350 <simpara>
  351      close the current archive window
  352 </simpara>
  353 </listitem>
  354 </varlistentry>
  355 <varlistentry>
  356 <term>
  357 CTRL + S
  358 </term>
  359 <listitem>
  360 <simpara>
  361      select all files in archive
  362 </simpara>
  363 </listitem>
  364 </varlistentry>
  365 <varlistentry>
  366 <term>
  367 CTRL + U
  368 </term>
  369 <listitem>
  370 <simpara>
  371      unselect all files in archive
  372 </simpara>
  373 </listitem>
  374 </varlistentry>
  375 <varlistentry>
  376 <term>
  377 CTRL + E
  378 </term>
  379 <listitem>
  380 <simpara>
  381      extract selected files from archive
  382 </simpara>
  383 </listitem>
  384 </varlistentry>
  385 <varlistentry>
  386 <term>
  387 CTRL + P
  388 </term>
  389 <listitem>
  390 <simpara>
  391      temporarily extract selected files and view them
  392      with a user specified application.
  393      (has command history, saved in ~/.xarchive/cmd_history)
  394 </simpara>
  395 </listitem>
  396 </varlistentry>
  397 <varlistentry>
  398 <term>
  399 CTRL + R
  400 </term>
  401 <listitem>
  402 <simpara>
  403      remove selected files from archive
  404 </simpara>
  405 </listitem>
  406 </varlistentry>
  407 <varlistentry>
  408 <term>
  409 CTRL + A
  410 </term>
  411 <listitem>
  412 <simpara>
  413      add files to archive
  414 </simpara>
  415 </listitem>
  416 </varlistentry>
  417 <varlistentry>
  418 <term>
  419 CTRL + H
  420 </term>
  421 <listitem>
  422 <simpara>
  423      read the help file
  424 </simpara>
  425 </listitem>
  426 </varlistentry>
  427 <varlistentry>
  428 <term>
  429 CTRL + I
  430 </term>
  431 <listitem>
  432 <simpara>
  433      show wrapper information
  434 </simpara>
  435 </listitem>
  436 </varlistentry>
  437 </variablelist>
  438 </refsect2>
  439 <refsect2>
  440 <title>File and Directory Chooser</title>
  441 <variablelist>
  442 <varlistentry>
  443 <term>
  444 ALT + UP
  445 </term>
  446 <listitem>
  447 <simpara>
  448     move up to parent directory
  449 </simpara>
  450 </listitem>
  451 </varlistentry>
  452 <varlistentry>
  453 <term>
  454 ALT + DOWN
  455 </term>
  456 <listitem>
  457 <simpara>
  458     move down a directory
  459 </simpara>
  460 </listitem>
  461 </varlistentry>
  462 <varlistentry>
  463 <term>
  464 ALT + HOME
  465 </term>
  466 <listitem>
  467 <simpara>
  468     move to home directory
  469 </simpara>
  470 </listitem>
  471 </varlistentry>
  472 <varlistentry>
  473 <term>
  474 CTRL + L
  475 </term>
  476 <listitem>
  477 <simpara>
  478      ask for a specific location to move to
  479 </simpara>
  480 </listitem>
  481 </varlistentry>
  482 <varlistentry>
  483 <term>
  484 ALT + A
  485 </term>
  486 <listitem>
  487 <simpara>
  488     if on a directory in the <emphasis>File Chooser</emphasis>, add a shortcut for it to the <emphasis>Folder Shortcuts List</emphasis>
  489 </simpara>
  490 </listitem>
  491 </varlistentry>
  492 <varlistentry>
  493 <term>
  494 ALT + R
  495 </term>
  496 <listitem>
  497 <simpara>
  498     if on a shortcut in the <emphasis>Folder Shortcuts List</emphasis>, remove it from the list
  499 </simpara>
  500 </listitem>
  501 </varlistentry>
  502 <varlistentry>
  503 <term>
  504 ALT + O
  505 </term>
  506 <listitem>
  507 <simpara>
  508     OK
  509 </simpara>
  510 </listitem>
  511 </varlistentry>
  512 <varlistentry>
  513 <term>
  514 ALT + C
  515 </term>
  516 <listitem>
  517 <simpara>
  518     Cancel
  519 </simpara>
  520 </listitem>
  521 </varlistentry>
  522 </variablelist>
  523 <simpara>(Note: To select hidden directories right click on the file listing and select
  524 "show hidden files" from the popup menu)</simpara>
  525 
  526 </refsect2>
  527 <refsect2>
  528 <title>"Add to Archive" Selector</title>
  529 <simpara>The same as the File and Directory Chooser with the following added:</simpara>
  530 
  531 <variablelist>
  532 <varlistentry>
  533 <term>
  534 ALT + T
  535 </term>
  536 <listitem>
  537 <simpara>
  538     add selected files in the <emphasis>File Chooser</emphasis> to the <emphasis>Add To Archive List</emphasis> below it
  539 </simpara>
  540 </listitem>
  541 </varlistentry>
  542 <varlistentry>
  543 <term>
  544 ALT + F
  545 </term>
  546 <listitem>
  547 <simpara>
  548     remove selected files from the <emphasis>Add to Archive List</emphasis> (can also be activated by a right-click on the list)
  549 </simpara>
  550 </listitem>
  551 </varlistentry>
  552 </variablelist>
  553 </refsect2>
  554 </refsect1>
  555 <refsect1>
  556 <title>WRAPPERS</title>
  557 <simpara>XArchive checks the following directories, in the following order, for
  558 it's wrappers:</simpara>
  559 
  560 <itemizedlist>
  561 <listitem>
  562 <simpara>
  563 ~/.xarchive/wrappers/
  564 </simpara>
  565 </listitem>
  566 <listitem>
  567 <simpara>
  568 /usr/local/lib/xarchive/wrappers/
  569 </simpara>
  570 </listitem>
  571 <listitem>
  572 <simpara>
  573 (or, depending on installation /usr/lib/xarchive/wrappers/)
  574 </simpara>
  575 </listitem>
  576 </itemizedlist>
  577 <simpara>The first wrappers found are the first ones used.  Thus, if you copy a wrapper
  578 from the system wide directory (/usr/local/lib/xarchive/wrappers/) to your own
  579 private wrapper directory (~/.xarchive/wrappers/) and modify it, your modified
  580 version will be used.</simpara>
  581 
  582 <simpara>The wrappers are stand alone executables whose job is to:</simpara>
  583 
  584 <itemizedlist>
  585 <listitem>
  586 <simpara>
  587 When asked what files it supports, check to see if the command line tools it
  588   needs are installed and tell XArchive what types of files it supports based
  589   on what's installed.
  590 </simpara>
  591 </listitem>
  592 <listitem>
  593 <simpara>
  594 When asked for the contents of an archive, take the output from the command
  595   line tools it uses and mangle it into the format XArchive likes
  596 </simpara>
  597 </listitem>
  598 <listitem>
  599 <simpara>
  600 When sent an action to perform, take the requested action from
  601   XArchive and send the command line tool the appropriate options to perform
  602   said action.
  603 </simpara>
  604 </listitem>
  605 </itemizedlist>
  606 <simpara>Wrappers can be any type of executable file (python scripts, c programs, bash
  607 scripts, etc&#8230;) that handle the following options in the following manner:</simpara>
  608 
  609 <variablelist>
  610 <varlistentry>
  611 <term>
  612 -i
  613 </term>
  614 <listitem>
  615 <simpara>
  616     <emphasis>Info:</emphasis> Check to see if command line programs are installed and return a
  617     line containing a semicolon separated list of supported file extensions
  618     based on what's installed.  eg:
  619 </simpara>
  620 <itemizedlist>
  621 <listitem>
  622 <simpara>
  623 tar;tar.gz;tar.bz2;tar.z;tgz;tbz;tbz2
  624 </simpara>
  625 </listitem>
  626 </itemizedlist>
  627 </listitem>
  628 </varlistentry>
  629 <varlistentry>
  630 <term>
  631 -o archive
  632 </term>
  633 <listitem>
  634 <simpara>
  635     <emphasis>Open:</emphasis> Use command line tools to get contents of "archive" and return
  636     contents in the format XArchive accepts.  Each entry in the archive on a
  637     separate line like so:
  638 </simpara>
  639 <itemizedlist>
  640 <listitem>
  641 <simpara>
  642 file1;size;attributes;user;group;date;time;linkinfo
  643 </simpara>
  644 </listitem>
  645 <listitem>
  646 <simpara>
  647 file2;size;attributes;user;group;date;time;linkinfo
  648 </simpara>
  649 </listitem>
  650 <listitem>
  651 <simpara>
  652 file3;size;attributes;user;group;date;time;linkinfo
  653 </simpara>
  654 </listitem>
  655 <listitem>
  656 <simpara>
  657 (note: all fields must be present, so if there's no data for a field
  658            fill it with a "-", or a space if you like.)
  659 </simpara>
  660 </listitem>
  661 </itemizedlist>
  662 </listitem>
  663 </varlistentry>
  664 <varlistentry>
  665 <term>
  666 -a archive files
  667 </term>
  668 <listitem>
  669 <simpara>
  670     <emphasis>Add:</emphasis> Add to "archive" the "files" sent.  File names sent are escaped to
  671     be bash friendly by XArchive.
  672 </simpara>
  673 </listitem>
  674 </varlistentry>
  675 <varlistentry>
  676 <term>
  677 -n archive file
  678 </term>
  679 <listitem>
  680 <simpara>
  681     <emphasis>New:</emphasis> create a new archive "archive" with single file "file".  (other files
  682     selected to be put in new archive will be "added" after creation.)
  683 </simpara>
  684 </listitem>
  685 </varlistentry>
  686 <varlistentry>
  687 <term>
  688 -r archive files
  689 </term>
  690 <listitem>
  691 <simpara>
  692     <emphasis>Remove:</emphasis> remove from "archive" sent "files"
  693 </simpara>
  694 </listitem>
  695 </varlistentry>
  696 <varlistentry>
  697 <term>
  698 -e archive files
  699 </term>
  700 <listitem>
  701 <simpara>
  702     <emphasis>Extract:</emphasis> extract from "archive" sent "files" into the current dir.
  703     XArchive changes into a user selected directory before sending this
  704     command.
  705 </simpara>
  706 </listitem>
  707 </varlistentry>
  708 </variablelist>
  709 <refsect2>
  710 <title>Wrapper Exit Codes</title>
  711 <itemizedlist>
  712 <listitem>
  713 <simpara>
  714 0  success
  715 </simpara>
  716 </listitem>
  717 <listitem>
  718 <simpara>
  719 65 unsupported action for this archive type
  720 </simpara>
  721 </listitem>
  722 <listitem>
  723 <simpara>
  724 Anything else for wrapper failure
  725 </simpara>
  726 </listitem>
  727 </itemizedlist>
  728 <simpara>See the wrappers included in /usr/local/lib/xarchive/wrappers (or /usr/lib/xarchive/wrappers) for examples.</simpara>
  729 
  730 </refsect2>
  731 </refsect1>
  732 <refsect1>
  733 <title>BUGS</title>
  734 <simpara>Use bug tracker on the sourceforge project page:</simpara>
  735 
  736 <simpara><ulink url="http://sourceforge.net/projects/xarchive/">http://sourceforge.net/projects/xarchive/</ulink></simpara>
  737 
  738 </refsect1>
  739 <refsect1>
  740 <title>AUTHOR</title>
  741 <simpara>Written by Lee Bigelow &lt;ligelowbee@yahoo.com&gt;</simpara>
  742 
  743 </refsect1>
  744 <refsect1>
  745 <title>RESOURCES</title>
  746 <simpara>SourceForge:</simpara>
  747 
  748 <simpara><ulink url="http://sourceforge.net/projects/xarchive/">http://sourceforge.net/projects/xarchive/</ulink></simpara>
  749 
  750 <simpara>Main web site:</simpara>
  751 
  752 <simpara><ulink url="http://xarchive.sourceforge.net">http://xarchive.sourceforge.net</ulink></simpara>
  753 
  754 </refsect1>
  755 <refsect1>
  756 <title>COPYING</title>
  757 <simpara>Copyright &#169; 2005 Lee Bigelow &lt;ligelowbee@yahoo.com&gt;. Free use of this software is
  758 granted under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL).</simpara>
  759 
  760 </refsect1>
  761 </refentry>