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NAME

fastjar – archive tool for Java archives

SYNOPSIS

fastjar -ctxu [OPTIONS] [jar-file] [manifest-file] [-C dir] files…

DESCRIPTION

“fastjar” is an implementation of Sun’s jar utility that comes with the
JDK, written entirely in C, and runs in a fraction of the time while
being feature compatible.

If any file is a directory then it is processed recursively. The
manifest file name and the archive file name needs to be specified in
the same order the -m and -f flags are specified.

OPTIONS

Exactly one of the following actions must be specified:

-c Create new archive.

-t List table of contents for archive.

-x Extract named (or all) files from archive.

-u Update existing archive.

The following parameters are optional:

-@ Read the names of the files to add to the archive from stdin. This
option is supported only in combination with -c or -u. Non
standard option added in the GCC version.

-C directory
Change to the directory and include the following file.

-E Prevent fastjar from reading the content of a directory when
specifying one (and instead relying on the provided list of files
to populate the archive with regard to the directory entry). Non
standard option added in the GCC version.

-M Do not create a manifest file for the entries.

-i Generate an index of the packages in this jar and its Class-Path.

-J All options starting with -J are ignored.

-0 Store only; use no ZIP compression.

-V
–version
Display version information.

-f archive
Specify archive file name.

-m manifest
Include manifest information from specified manifest file.

-v Generate verbose output on standard output.

Parameters of the form @option{@}FILE are considered to be names of
files, and are expanded with the contents of the file.

All remaining options are considered to be names of files.

SEE ALSO

gcj(1), gij(1), grepjar and the Info entry for gcj.

COPRYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2002, 2007, 2008 Matthias Klose

Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document
under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) any
later version. A copy of the license is included in the man page
gfdl(7).

0.97 2008-10-16 FASTJAR(1)