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ARCHIVE_READ_FREE(3)		   BSD Library Functions Manual 	     ARCHIVE_READ_FREE(3)

NAME
     archive_read_close, archive_read_finish, archive_read_free -- functions for reading stream-
     ing archives

LIBRARY
     Streaming Archive Library (libarchive, -larchive)

SYNOPSIS
     #include <archive.h>

     int
     archive_read_close(struct archive *);

     int
     archive_read_finish(struct archive *);

     int
     archive_read_free(struct archive *);

DESCRIPTION
     archive_read_close()
	     Complete the archive and invoke the close callback.
     archive_read_finish()
	     This is a deprecated synonym for archive_read_free().  The new name was introduced
	     with libarchive 3.0.  Applications that need to compile with either libarchive 2 or
	     libarchive 3 should continue to use the archive_read_finish() name.  Both names will
	     be supported until libarchive 4.0 is released, which is not expected to occur ear-
	     lier than 2013.
     archive_read_free()
	     Invokes archive_read_close() if it was not invoked manually, then release all
	     resources.  Note: In libarchive 1.x, this function was declared to return void,
	     which made it impossible to detect certain errors when archive_read_close() was
	     invoked implicitly from this function.  The declaration is corrected beginning with
	     libarchive 2.0.

RETURN VALUES
     These functions return ARCHIVE_OK on success, or ARCHIVE_FATAL.

ERRORS
     Detailed error codes and textual descriptions are available from the archive_errno() and
     archive_error_string() functions.

SEE ALSO
     libarchive(3), archive_read_new(3), archive_read_data(3), archive_read_filter(3),
     archive_read_format(3), archive_read_open(3), archive_read_set_options(3), archive_util(3)

BSD					 February 2, 2012				      BSD
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