A meta archive or mar file uses a simple binary file format to store both meta and user data together in a single file. This may be suitable in situations where a full-scale database is not. Both the mar library and the accompanying utility are written in C which should make them portable to many platforms.
DocumentationUser manpage available in HTML format from http://www.emantic.co.uk/mark/mar.1.html
released on 15 December 2004
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