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From: sbehrens AT contech DOT demon DOT co DOT uk (Soenke Behrens)
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Subject: Re: Tar that converts unix to DOS line endings
Date: Mon, 04 Sep 1995 19:05:50 GMT
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softbrek AT tabaqui DOT informatik DOT rwth-aachen DOT de (Hans-Bernhard Broeker) wrote:

>Skip Egley <egley AT albany DOT net> writes:
>
>>Can anyone recommend a good tar executable for DOS.  I have tried a couple of them 
>>and they do not convert the CR to CR/LF or whatever it is that DOS wants.  I had to 
>>write a program to do it myself, but it's a pain to do it when there's lots of 
>>files.  It would be nice for tar to do it automatically - isn't there one out there 
>>like that?

Not as far as I know. I've written myself a utility called udl which
converts text between the formats used on Unix, Apple and MS/DOS. It does
so for several files, even recursively. So far, it has been used on Apple
IIgs, SunOS, Solaris, HP/UX and SCO/Unix. The binary has not been released
for MS/DOS because of problems I have with DJGPP's opendir/readdir
functions (they don't act like they should in the presence of chdir, alas),
so recursion works but is awkward to use.

If you want me to, I'll mail you a copy of the binary.

Soenke

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