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AR(1)                       General Commands Manual                      AR(1)

       ar - archive and library maintainer

       ar key [ posname ] afile name ...

       Ar  maintains groups of files combined into a single archive file.  Its
       main use is to create and update library files as used by  the  loader.
       It can be used, though, for any similar purpose.

       Key is one character from the set drqtpmx, optionally concatenated with
       one or more of vuaibcl.  Afile is the archive file.  The names are con‐
       stituent files in the archive file.  The meanings of the key characters

       d      Delete the named files from the archive file.

       r      Replace the named files in the archive file.   If  the  optional
              character  u is used with r, then only those files with modified
              dates later than the archive files are replaced.  If an optional
              positioning character from the set abi is used, then the posname
              argument must be present and specifies that new files are to  be
              placed  after  (a)  or  before  (b or i) posname.  Otherwise new
              files are placed at the end.

       q      Quickly append the named files to the end of the  archive  file.
              Optional  positioning  characters are invalid.  The command does
              not check whether the added members are already in the  archive.
              Useful  only  to  avoid quadratic behavior when creating a large
              archive piece-by-piece.

       t      Print a table of contents of the archive file.  If no names  are
              given, all files in the archive are tabled.  If names are given,
              only those files are tabled.

       p      Print the named files in the archive.

       m      Move the named files to the end of the archive.  If a  position‐
              ing  character  is  present,  then  the posname argument must be
              present and, as in r, specifies where the files are to be moved.

       x      Extract the named files.  If no names are given,  all  files  in
              the archive are extracted.  In neither case does x alter the ar‐
              chive file.

       v      Verbose.  Under the verbose option, ar gives a file-by-file  de‐
              scription  of  the making of a new archive file from the old ar‐
              chive and the constituent files.  When used with t, it  gives  a
              long listing of all information about the files.  When used with
              p, it precedes each file with a name.

       c      Create.  Normally ar will create afile when it  needs  to.   The
              create  option  suppresses  the  normal message that is produced
              when afile is created.

       l      Local.  Normally ar places its temporary files in the  directory
              /tmp.   This option causes them to be placed in the local direc‐

       /tmp/v*   temporaries

       ld(1), ar(5), lorder(1)

       If the same file is mentioned twice in an argument list, it may be  put
       in the archive twice.