Provides POSIX tarchive management from Ruby programs.
Archive::Tar::Minitar is a pure-Ruby library and command-line utility that provides the ability to deal with POSIX tar(1) archive files. The implementation is based heavily on Mauricio Ferna'ndez's implementation in rpa-base, but has been reorganised to promote reuse in other projects.
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