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Archive is a simple and effective way to utilize libarchive, the slicing, dicing, all-in-one BSD archiving toolkit. It keeps it simple by only handling a common subset of archive types:
- zip (uncompressed, binary-only)
- iso9660 (read-only)
Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
And then execute:
Or install it yourself as:
$ gem install archive
You will also need a copy of 'libarchive'. This comes with some operating systems (OS X, mingw builds on windows) and others you have to use your package manager to install them. It is not required to install the gem, but to use it.
You will also need a compiler to install FFI.
# stuff the contents of $HOME in /tmp/tmp.tar.gz Archive.compress("/tmp/tmp.tar.gz", ENV["HOME"]) # same thing, only a zip file Archive.compress("/tmp/tmp.zip", ENV["HOME"], :type => :zip) # now bzip2 Archive.compress("/tmp/tmp.tar.bz2", ENV["HOME"], :type => :tar, :compression => :bzip2) # OOP interface: ac = Archive::Compress.new("/tmp/my_files.tar.gz", :type => :tar, :compression => :gzip) ac.compress(["some", "files"]) # let's extract those files require 'fileutils' FileUtils.mkdir_p("/tmp/woot") # this works for any kind of archive we support -- no need to express which # type Archive.extract("/tmp/tmp.tar.gz", "/tmp/woot") # OOP interface: ae = Archive::Extract.new("/tmp/tmp.tar.gz", "/tmp/woot") ae.extract
Tests do not come with the gem because of file sizes of the archives and test data in the repository.
Tests require bundler. Run
bundle exec rake test to run the tests.
We have verified that archive works as intended on these platforms:
- Mac OS X 10.8, 10.9 (see notes on ISO support)
- Ubuntu Linux 12.04 LTS
- FreeBSD 9
And these Rubies:
- JRuby 1.7 with Java 7
Notes about the following platforms:
On OS X iso formats are only supported if you have a 3.x version of libarchive, which OS X doesn't ship with. The code makes an attempt to pick the latest homebrew or macports libarchive, so if you use that packaging system, you can
brew install libarchiveor
port install libarchiveand it will "just work".
- Alternatively, you can set
LIBARCHIVE_PATHin your environment to your own build of libarchive 3.x which will also resolve this issue.
- Alternatively, you can set
SmartOS "base64 1.9.1". The version of libarchive they distribute via pkgsrc is broken, see this URL:
Regardless, installing a newer libarchive by hand and setting
LIBARCHIVE_PATHin your environment will likely fix this issue.
Please let us know if your operating system isn't working! It'll likely
complain about a part of a structure in a syscall called
stat which varies
wildly on different POSIX systems. We just need to know what platform you're on
and how we can install it ourselves to move forward. Thanks!
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request