Provided by: arj_3.10.22-17_amd64
rearj - Converts other archive formats to .arj files
rearj [options] <!listfile(s)|filespec(s)|wildname(s)>
The rearj command can repackage other archive formats to arj.
-+ 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.
REARJ_SW If set, its value will be used as command line options.
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.
rearj * -r -d Convert all archives to ARJ format, searching all subdirectories, deleting original archives.
This manual page was written by Ola Lundqvist <email@example.com> in pod format, then converted by Guillem Jover <firstname.lastname@example.org> to nroff format.