ratz - read a tar gzip archive
ratz [ options ]
extracts files and directories from a tar gzip archive on the standard input. It is a standalone program for systems
that do not have pax(1),
regular files and directories are extracted; all other file types are ignored.
.exe files generated by sear(1) are fully functional ratz
executables, so any ratz option may be used on a sear file. This allows sear file contents to be examined and
extracted without executing any embedded installation scripts.
- -c, --cat|uncompress
Uncompress the standard input and copy it to the standard output.
- -l, --local
Reject files that traverse outside the current directory.
- -m, --meter
Display a one line text meter showing archive read progress.
- -n, --convert
In ebcdic environments convert text archive members from ascii to the native ebcdic. On by
default; -n means --noconvert.
- -t, --list
List each file path on the standard output but do not extract.
- -v, --verbose
List each file path on the standard output as it is extracted.
- Print the program version and exit.