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       sdar - create, modify, and extract from archives. A part of SDCC


       sdar  [emulation  options] [-]{dmpqrstx}[abcDfilMNoPsSTuvV] [member-name] [count] archive-
       file file...


              /usr/bin/sdar -M [<mri-script]


       d      - delete file(s) from the archive

       m[ab]  - move file(s) in the archive

       p      - print file(s) found in the archive

       q[f]   - quick append file(s) to the archive

              - replace existing or insert new file(s) into the archive

       s      - act as ranlib

       t      - display contents of archive

       x[o]   - extract file(s) from the archive

              command specific modifiers:

       [a]    - put file(s) after [member-name]

       [b]    - put file(s) before [member-name] (same as [i])

       [D]    - use zero for timestamps and uids/gids

       [U]    - use actual timestamps and uids/gids (default)

       [N]    - use instance [count] of name

       [f]    - truncate inserted file names

       [P]    - use full path names when matching

       [o]    - preserve original dates

       [u]    - only replace files that are newer than current archive contents

              generic modifiers:

       [c]    - do not warn if the library had to be created

       [s]    - create an archive index (cf. ranlib)

       [S]    - do not build a symbol table

       [T]    - make a thin archive

       [v]    - be verbose

       [V]    - display the version number

              - read options from <file>

       --target=BFDNAME - specify the target object format as BFDNAME

              emulation options:

              No emulation specific options

       /usr/bin/sdar: supported targets: asxxxx srec symbolsrec binary ihex


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       Copyright 2012 Free Software Foundation, Inc.  This program  is  free  software;  you  may
       redistribute  it  under  the terms of the GNU General Public License version 3 or (at your
       option) any later version.  This program has absolutely no warranty.


       The full documentation for ar is maintained as a Texinfo  manual.   If  the  info  and  ar
       programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info ar

       should give you access to the complete manual.