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archive_write(3)		   BSD Library Functions Manual 		 archive_write(3)

     archive_write_new, archive_write_set_format_cpio, archive_write_set_format_pax,
     archive_write_set_format_pax_restricted, archive_write_set_format_shar,
     archive_write_set_format_shar_binary, archive_write_set_format_ustar,
     archive_write_get_bytes_per_block, archive_write_set_bytes_per_block,
     archive_write_set_bytes_in_last_block, archive_write_set_compression_bzip2,
     archive_write_set_compression_compress, archive_write_set_compression_gzip,
     archive_write_set_compression_none, archive_write_set_compression_program,
     archive_write_set_compressor_options, archive_write_set_format_options,
     archive_write_set_options, archive_write_open, archive_write_open_fd,
     archive_write_open_FILE, archive_write_open_filename, archive_write_open_memory,
     archive_write_header, archive_write_data, archive_write_finish_entry, archive_write_close,
     archive_write_finish -- functions for creating archives

     #include <archive.h>

     struct archive *

     archive_write_get_bytes_per_block(struct archive *);

     archive_write_set_bytes_per_block(struct archive *, int bytes_per_block);

     archive_write_set_bytes_in_last_block(struct archive *, int);

     archive_write_set_compression_bzip2(struct archive *);

     archive_write_set_compression_compress(struct archive *);

     archive_write_set_compression_gzip(struct archive *);

     archive_write_set_compression_none(struct archive *);

     archive_write_set_compression_program(struct archive *, const char * cmd);

     archive_write_set_format_cpio(struct archive *);

     archive_write_set_format_pax(struct archive *);

     archive_write_set_format_pax_restricted(struct archive *);

     archive_write_set_format_shar(struct archive *);

     archive_write_set_format_shar_binary(struct archive *);

     archive_write_set_format_ustar(struct archive *);

     archive_write_set_format_options(struct archive *, const char *);

     archive_write_set_compressor_options(struct archive *, const char *);

     archive_write_set_options(struct archive *, const char *);

     archive_write_open(struct archive *, void *client_data, archive_open_callback *,
	 archive_write_callback *, archive_close_callback *);

     archive_write_open_fd(struct archive *, int fd);

     archive_write_open_FILE(struct archive *, FILE *file);

     archive_write_open_filename(struct archive *, const char *filename);

     archive_write_open_memory(struct archive *, void *buffer, size_t bufferSize,
	 size_t *outUsed);

     archive_write_header(struct archive *, struct archive_entry *);

     archive_write_data(struct archive *, const void *, size_t);

     archive_write_finish_entry(struct archive *);

     archive_write_close(struct archive *);

     archive_write_finish(struct archive *);

     These functions provide a complete API for creating streaming archive files.  The general
     process is to first create the struct archive object, set any desired options, initialize
     the archive, append entries, then close the archive and release all resources.  The follow-
     ing summary describes the functions in approximately the order they are ordinarily used:

	     Allocates and initializes a struct archive object suitable for writing a tar ar-

	     Sets the block size used for writing the archive data.  Every call to the write
	     callback function, except possibly the last one, will use this value for the length.
	     The third parameter is a boolean that specifies whether or not the final block writ-
	     ten will be padded to the full block size.  If it is zero, the last block will not
	     be padded.  If it is non-zero, padding will be added both before and after compres-
	     sion.  The default is to use a block size of 10240 bytes and to pad the last block.
	     Note that a block size of zero will suppress internal blocking and cause writes to
	     be sent directly to the write callback as they occur.

	     Retrieve the block size to be used for writing.  A value of -1 here indicates that
	     the library should use default values.  A value of zero indicates that internal
	     blocking is suppressed.

	     Sets the block size used for writing the last block.  If this value is zero, the
	     last block will be padded to the same size as the other blocks.  Otherwise, the
	     final block will be padded to a multiple of this size.  In particular, setting it to
	     1 will cause the final block to not be padded.  For compressed output, any padding
	     generated by this option is applied only after the compression.  The uncompressed
	     data is always unpadded.  The default is to pad the last block to the full block
	     size (note that archive_write_open_filename() will set this based on the file type).
	     Unlike the other ``set'' functions, this function can be called after the archive is

	     Retrieve the currently-set value for last block size.  A value of -1 here indicates
	     that the library should use default values.

     archive_write_set_format_cpio(), archive_write_set_format_pax(),
	     archive_write_set_format_pax_restricted(), archive_write_set_format_shar(),
	     archive_write_set_format_shar_binary(), archive_write_set_format_ustar()
	     Sets the format that will be used for the archive.  The library can write POSIX
	     octet-oriented cpio format archives, POSIX-standard ``pax interchange'' format ar-
	     chives, traditional ``shar'' archives, enhanced ``binary'' shar archives that store
	     a variety of file attributes and handle binary files, and POSIX-standard ``ustar''
	     archives.	The pax interchange format is a backwards-compatible tar format that adds
	     key/value attributes to each entry and supports arbitrary filenames, linknames,
	     uids, sizes, etc.	``Restricted pax interchange format'' is the library default;
	     this is the same as pax format, but suppresses the pax extended header for most nor-
	     mal files.  In most cases, this will result in ordinary ustar archives.

     archive_write_set_compression_bzip2(), archive_write_set_compression_compress(),
	     archive_write_set_compression_gzip(), archive_write_set_compression_none()
	     The resulting archive will be compressed as specified.  Note that the compressed
	     output is always properly blocked.

	     The archive will be fed into the specified compression program.  The output of that
	     program is blocked and written to the client write callbacks.

     archive_write_set_compressor_options(), archive_write_set_format_options(),
	     Specifies options that will be passed to the currently-enabled compressor and/or
	     format writer.  The argument is a comma-separated list of individual options.  Indi-
	     vidual options have one of the following forms:
		     The option/value pair will be provided to every module.  Modules that do not
		     accept an option with this name will ignore it.
	     option  The option will be provided to every module with a value of ``1''.
		     The option will be provided to every module with a NULL value.
	     module:option=value, module:option, module:!option
		     As above, but the corresponding option and value will be provided only to
		     modules whose name matches module.
	     The return value will be ARCHIVE_OK if any module accepts the option, or
	     ARCHIVE_WARN if no module accepted the option, or ARCHIVE_FATAL if there was a fatal
	     error while attempting to process the option.

	     The currently supported options are:
	     Compressor gzip
			     The value is interpreted as a decimal integer specifying the gzip
			     compression level.
	     Compressor xz
			     The value is interpreted as a decimal integer specifying the com-
			     pression level.
	     Format mtree
		     cksum, device, flags, gid, gname, indent, link, md5, mode, nlink, rmd160,
			     sha1, sha256, sha384, sha512, size, time, uid, uname
			     Enable a particular keyword in the mtree output.  Prefix with an
			     exclamation mark to disable the corresponding keyword.  The default
			     is equivalent to ``device, flags, gid, gname, link, mode, nlink,
			     size, time, type, uid, uname''.
		     all     Enables all of the above keywords.
			     Enables generation of /set lines that specify default values for the
			     following files and/or directories.
		     indent  XXX needs explanation XXX

	     Freeze the settings, open the archive, and prepare for writing entries.  This is the
	     most generic form of this function, which accepts pointers to three callback func-
	     tions which will be invoked by the compression layer to write the constructed ar-

	     A convenience form of archive_write_open() that accepts a file descriptor.  The
	     archive_write_open_fd() function is safe for use with tape drives or other block-
	     oriented devices.

	     A convenience form of archive_write_open() that accepts a FILE * pointer.	Note that
	     archive_write_open_FILE() is not safe for writing to tape drives or other devices
	     that require correct blocking.

	     A deprecated synonym for archive_write_open_filename().

	     A convenience form of archive_write_open() that accepts a filename.  A NULL argument
	     indicates that the output should be written to standard output; an argument of ``-''
	     will open a file with that name.  If you have not invoked
	     archive_write_set_bytes_in_last_block(), then archive_write_open_filename() will
	     adjust the last-block padding depending on the file: it will enable padding when
	     writing to standard output or to a character or block device node, it will disable
	     padding otherwise.  You can override this by manually invoking
	     archive_write_set_bytes_in_last_block() before calling archive_write_open().  The
	     archive_write_open_filename() function is safe for use with tape drives or other
	     block-oriented devices.

	     A convenience form of archive_write_open() that accepts a pointer to a block of mem-
	     ory that will receive the archive.  The final size_t * argument points to a variable
	     that will be updated after each write to reflect how much of the buffer is currently
	     in use.  You should be careful to ensure that this variable remains allocated until
	     after the archive is closed.

	     Build and write a header using the data in the provided struct archive_entry struc-
	     ture.  See archive_entry(3) for information on creating and populating struct
	     archive_entry objects.

	     Write data corresponding to the header just written.  Returns number of bytes writ-
	     ten or -1 on error.

	     Close out the entry just written.	In particular, this writes out the final padding
	     required by some formats.	Ordinarily, clients never need to call this, as it is
	     called automatically by archive_write_next_header() and archive_write_close() as

	     Complete the archive and invoke the close callback.

	     Invokes archive_write_close() if it was not invoked manually, then releases all
	     resources.  Note that this function was declared to return void in libarchive 1.x,
	     which made it impossible to detect errors when archive_write_close() was invoked
	     implicitly from this function.  This is corrected beginning with libarchive 2.0.
     More information about the struct archive object and the overall design of the library can
     be found in the libarchive(3) overview.

     Compression support is built-in to libarchive, which uses zlib and bzlib to handle gzip and
     bzip2 compression, respectively.

     To use this library, you will need to define and register callback functions that will be
     invoked to write data to the resulting archive.  These functions are registered by calling

	   typedef int archive_open_callback(struct archive *, void *client_data)

     The open callback is invoked by archive_write_open().  It should return ARCHIVE_OK if the
     underlying file or data source is successfully opened.  If the open fails, it should call
     archive_set_error() to register an error code and message and return ARCHIVE_FATAL.

	   typedef ssize_t archive_write_callback(struct archive *, void *client_data,
	   const void *buffer, size_t length)

     The write callback is invoked whenever the library needs to write raw bytes to the archive.
     For correct blocking, each call to the write callback function should translate into a sin-
     gle write(2) system call.	This is especially critical when writing archives to tape drives.
     On success, the write callback should return the number of bytes actually written.  On
     error, the callback should invoke archive_set_error() to register an error code and message
     and return -1.

	   typedef int archive_close_callback(struct archive *, void *client_data)

     The close callback is invoked by archive_close when the archive processing is complete.  The
     callback should return ARCHIVE_OK on success.  On failure, the callback should invoke
     archive_set_error() to register an error code and message and return ARCHIVE_FATAL.

     The following sketch illustrates basic usage of the library.  In this example, the callback
     functions are simply wrappers around the standard open(2), write(2), and close(2) system

	   #ifdef __linux__
	   #define _FILE_OFFSET_BITS 64
	   #include <sys/stat.h>
	   #include <archive.h>
	   #include <archive_entry.h>
	   #include <fcntl.h>
	   #include <stdlib.h>
	   #include <unistd.h>

	   struct mydata {
		   const char *name;
		   int fd;

	   myopen(struct archive *a, void *client_data)
	     struct mydata *mydata = client_data;

	     mydata->fd = open(mydata->name, O_WRONLY | O_CREAT, 0644);
	     if (mydata->fd >= 0)
	       return (ARCHIVE_OK);
	       return (ARCHIVE_FATAL);

	   mywrite(struct archive *a, void *client_data, const void *buff, size_t n)
	     struct mydata *mydata = client_data;

	     return (write(mydata->fd, buff, n));

	   myclose(struct archive *a, void *client_data)
	     struct mydata *mydata = client_data;

	     if (mydata->fd > 0)
	     return (0);

	   write_archive(const char *outname, const char **filename)
	     struct mydata *mydata = malloc(sizeof(struct mydata));
	     struct archive *a;
	     struct archive_entry *entry;
	     struct stat st;
	     char buff[8192];
	     int len;
	     int fd;

	     a = archive_write_new();
	     mydata->name = outname;
	     archive_write_open(a, mydata, myopen, mywrite, myclose);
	     while (*filename) {
	       stat(*filename, &st);
	       entry = archive_entry_new();
	       archive_entry_copy_stat(entry, &st);
	       archive_entry_set_pathname(entry, *filename);
	       archive_write_header(a, entry);
	       fd = open(*filename, O_RDONLY);
	       len = read(fd, buff, sizeof(buff));
	       while ( len > 0 ) {
		   archive_write_data(a, buff, len);
		   len = read(fd, buff, sizeof(buff));

	   int main(int argc, const char **argv)
		   const char *outname;
		   outname = argv++;
		   write_archive(outname, argv);
		   return 0;

     Most functions return ARCHIVE_OK (zero) on success, or one of several non-zero error codes
     for errors.  Specific error codes include: ARCHIVE_RETRY for operations that might succeed
     if retried, ARCHIVE_WARN for unusual conditions that do not prevent further operations, and
     ARCHIVE_FATAL for serious errors that make remaining operations impossible.  The
     archive_errno() and archive_error_string() functions can be used to retrieve an appropriate
     error code and a textual error message.

     archive_write_new() returns a pointer to a newly-allocated struct archive object.

     archive_write_data() returns a count of the number of bytes actually written.  On error, -1
     is returned and the archive_errno() and archive_error_string() functions will return appro-
     priate values.  Note that if the client-provided write callback function returns a non-zero
     value, that error will be propagated back to the caller through whatever API function
     resulted in that call, which may include archive_write_header(), archive_write_data(),
     archive_write_close(), or archive_write_finish().	The client callback can call
     archive_set_error() to provide values that can then be retrieved by archive_errno() and

     tar(1), libarchive(3), tar(5)

     The libarchive library first appeared in FreeBSD 5.3.

     The libarchive library was written by Tim Kientzle <kientzle@acm.org>.

     There are many peculiar bugs in historic tar implementations that may cause certain programs
     to reject archives written by this library.  For example, several historic implementations
     calculated header checksums incorrectly and will thus reject valid archives; GNU tar does
     not fully support pax interchange format; some old tar implementations required specific
     field terminations.

     The default pax interchange format eliminates most of the historic tar limitations and pro-
     vides a generic key/value attribute facility for vendor-defined extensions.  One oversight
     in POSIX is the failure to provide a standard attribute for large device numbers.	This
     library uses ``SCHILY.devminor'' and ``SCHILY.devmajor'' for device numbers that exceed the
     range supported by the backwards-compatible ustar header.	These keys are compatible with
     Joerg Schilling's star archiver.  Other implementations may not recognize these keys and
     will thus be unable to correctly restore device nodes with large device numbers from ar-
     chives created by this library.

BSD					   May 11, 2008 				      BSD

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