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pyntor-selfrun(1)						      Pyntor							 pyntor-selfrun(1)

NAME
pyntor-selfrun - creation of self-extracting presentation archives SYNOPSIS
pyntor-selfrun [OPTIONS] presentation-archive|presentation-directory DESCRIPTION
Pyntor is a presentation tool which can display slides and effects of various formats. The tool pyntor-selfrun allows one to create self- extracting archives containing both the presentation and Pyntor itself, so that it can be run on computers where Pyntor itself is not installed. It also ensures independence of the corresponding Pyntor version, as future changes of the application do not affect the previ- ously created presentations. The way pyntor-selfrun works is that it takes the presentation-archive in question, packed as a tarball (which might be named *.pyntor), and the release tarball of Pyntor which must be present somewhere. Using a template file, it then creates the self-running and self-extracting script for distribution. In case the presentation-archive does not exist yet, pyntor-selfrun can create it automatically from a presentation-directory. This is use- ful even when not creating self-extracting archives, see the -a option. OPTIONS
-t, --template=templatefile Uses a template different from that one which is shipped with Pyntor and used by default. The template is a script in Python or another scripting language, which contains the variables %PYNTOR% and %ARCHIVE% which are replaced with the base64-encoded contents of the two files given as arguments to pyntor-selfrun. This option is not recommended for most cases. -a, --archive Creates a pyntor presentation-archive from a directory which contains a script file, local data files and optionally some local com- ponents. This is a convenience operation, since presentation archives are just tarballs, but in the future some checks might be done here. -r, --release=sourcetarball Specifies where to find Pyntor itself to include it into the self-extracting archive. The source tarball should be a released pyn- tor-*.tar.gz file. -h, --help Displays a summary of all available command line options. BUGS
In a future version, pyntor-selfrun should allow to create *.pyntor archives automatically by examining a script file, including only those files of Pyntor which it really needs. AUTHORS
Josef Spillner <josef@coolprojects.org> SEE ALSO
pyntor(1), pyntor-components(1) Cool Projects 0.6 pyntor-selfrun(1)

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REARJ(1)							   Arj Software 							  REARJ(1)

NAME
rearj - Converts other archive formats to .arj files SYNOPSIS
rearj [options] <!listfile(s)|filespec(s)|wildname(s)> DESCRIPTION
The rearj command can repackage other archive formats to arj. OPTIONS
-+ Ignore REARJ_SW variable. -a[suffix] Convert archives within archives ("*" for all formats). -bcommand Execute command before extracting files. -ccommand Execute command on extracted files before counting them. -d Delete original archives. -e No error switch. -f Convert diskette archives. -g Skip creation of output archive. -i[name] Check integrity of rearj program. -j Skip if output archive size is larger than the original. -k Skip archive timestamping. -l[name] Write append log file (default name is rearj.log). -m[date] Select archives before date in YYMMDDHHMMSS format. -n[date] Select archives on or after date in YYMMDDHHMMSS format. -o Allow overwrite of existing target archive. -p Ignore long filenames under Windows 95. -q Query for each archive to convert. -r Recurse through subdirectories. -s Skip verify of file count and total size. -tsuffix Create suffix type archives. -u[bak] Allow update of archive with backup (default is BAK). -v Execute configured command on extracted files. -wdir Assign work directory. -x[!]file Exclude by filename, wildname, or listfile. -y[text] Delete output archive and write text to log (testing mode). -z Simulate operation. ENVIRONMENT
REARJ_SW If set, its value will be used as command line options. EXIT STATUS
0 Success. 1 File not found. 2 File is not a configured archive type. 3 Target archive already exists. 4 Not enough disk space. 5 User skipped or user did not select update option. 6 UNPACK command error. 7 PACK command error. 8 Target cannot support directories. 9 Wrong file count. 10 Wrong total size. 11 Internal archive REARJ error. 12 Rename archive error. 13 Invoked -v command error (found a virus?). 14 Output archive is larger. EXAMPLE
rearj * -r -d Convert all archives to ARJ format, searching all subdirectories, deleting original archives. SEE ALSO
arj(1). AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Ola Lundqvist <opal@debian.org> in pod format, then converted by Guillem Jover <guillem@debian.org> to nroff format. 3.10 2003-03-10 REARJ(1)
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