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arxunpak(1)		    General Commands Manual		   arxunpak(1)

NAME
       arxunpak	 -  Extract the	Arx Fatalis .pak files containing the game as-
       sets

SYNOPSIS
       arxunpak	[options] [--] pakfiles	...

       arxunpak	[options] [--all]

DESCRIPTION
       arxunpak	extracts the .pak files	containing the game assets of Arx  Fa-
       talis.

       This is not required to run Arx Libertatis but can be useful for	devel-
       opment.

       All no-option arguments are interpreted as files	to extract.

       If no .pak files	are specified on the command-line, the --all option is
       enabled	by  default.  In this case all files are extracted to the "un-
       packed" subdirectory of the user	directory. Otherwise, output files are
       written to the current working directory.

OPTIONS	SUMMARY
       Here  is	 a  short summary of the options available in arxunpak.	Please
       refer to	the detailed  documentation below for a	complete description.

       Generic options:
	       -h --help	       Show supported options
	       -g --debug LEVELS       Set debug output	levels
	       -q --quiet	       Don't print log output

       Search path options:
	       -n --no-data-dir	       Don't automatically detect data directories
	       -d --data-dir DIR       Where to	find the data files (can be repeated)
	       -u --user-dir DIR       Where to	store user-specific files
	       -c --config-dir DIR     Where to	store config files
	       -l --list-dirs	       List the	searched user and data directories

       Unpack options:
	       -a --all		       Process all game	assets as seen by  Arx
	      Libertatis
	       -e  --extract		 Extract archive contents (default ac-
	      tion)
		  --list	       List archive contents
	       -m --manifest	       Print archive manifest
	       -o --output-dir DIR     Directory to extract files to

OPTIONS
       --     Treat all	arguments after	this one as files, even	if they	 begin
	      with a dash.

       -a, --all
	      Extract or list all resources seen by the	game.

	      If  no .pak files	are specified on the command-line, this	option
	      is enabled by default. In	this case all files are	 extracted  to
	      the "unpacked" subdirectory of the user directory	instead	of the
	      current directory, unless	the --output-dir  option  is  used  to
	      override the output directory.

       -c, --config-dir=DIR
	      By  default  arx	will  store configuration files	in directories
	      specified	by the XDG Base	Directory Specification.  This	option
	      overrides	 the  directory	where config files are loaded from and
	      saved to.

       -d, --data-dir=DIR
	      Arx Libertatis will look for data	files in directories specified
	      by  the  XDG  Base  Directory Specification and in the directory
	      containing the game executable. Besides the system-wide data di-
	      rectory,	data  files  are  also loaded from the user directory,
	      which can	be set by the --user-dir option.

	      This option adds additional directories to search	for data files
	      before  the detected system-wide directories, but	after the user
	      directory. To override the detected data directories combine  it
	      with the --no-data-dir option.

	      The  --data-dir  option can be repeated to add multiple data di-
	      rectories, in which case they are	searched  in  the  order  pro-
	      vided.

	      See  https://arx.vg/paths, the --list-dirs output	and the	arx(6)
	      documentation for	more details.

	      This option only affects which archives are  loaded  when	 using
	      the  --all option	-- it has no effect on .pak archives specified
	      on the command-line.

       -g, --debug=LEVELS
	      This option can be used to enable	debug output for debug	builds
	      of  Arx Libertatis. For non-debug	build, this option is not very
	      useful but recognized for	convenience.

       -e, --extract
	      Extract files from the processed archives. This is  the  default
	      action unless the	--list or --manifest options are used.

	      By  default, files are extracted to the current directory	unless
	      neither explicit .pak files nor the --all	option were  specified
	      on  the  command-line,  in which case files are extracted	to the
	      "unpacked" subdirectory of the user directory. The  --output-dir
	      option can be used to override where files are extracted to.

       -h, --help
	      Show a list of the supported options.

       --list List all files and directories in	the processed archives.

	      Each  file  or directory is printed on a separate	line. Directo-
	      ries are indicated using a trailing slash.

       -l, --list-dirs
	      Show the data, user and config search directories	and  how  they
	      were  determined.	 To  adjust  the  search  directories, use the
	      --no-data-dir, --data-dir, --user-dir and	--config-dir options.

       -m, --manifest
	      Print checksums of files and list	directories in	the  processed
	      archives.

	      Each  file  or directory is printed on a separate	line. Directo-
	      ries are indicated using a trailing slash	and are	preceded by 34
	      spaces.  Files  are preceded by a	32-character MD5 checksum, one
	      space and	one asterisk ("*"). This format	is compatible with the
	      --check  option of md5sum(1), which will simply ignore directory
	      lines.

       -n, --no-data-dir
	      Disables looking for default data	directories. Default user  and
	      config  directories  and	data  directories  provided  using the
	      --data-dir option	are still searched.

	      This option only affects which archives are  loaded  when	 using
	      the  --all option	-- it has no effect on .pak archives specified
	      on the command-line.

       -o, --output-dir	DIR
	      Extract all files	into the given directory. By default, arxunpak
	      will  extract  all files to the current directory	unless neither
	      explicit .pak files nor the --all	option were specified  on  the
	      command-line,  in	 which	case  files  are extracted to the "un-
	      packed" subdirectory of the user directory.

	      If the specified directory does not exist, it will be created.

       -q, --quiet
	      This option disables all log output. Only	the archive  type  and
	      extracted	files and directories (or manifest) are	still printed.

       -u, --user-dir=DIR
	      By  default  arx will store user files (saves, etc.) in directo-
	      ries specified by	the XDG	Base  Directory	 Specification.	  This
	      option overrides the directory where user	files are loaded from.

	      The  user	 directory  will be used to load data, overwriting re-
	      sources from the system-wide data	directories amd	from  directo-
	      ries specified by	the --data-dir option.

	      This  option  only  affects which	archives are loaded when using
	      the --all	option -- it has no effect on .pak archives  specified
	      on the command-line.

SEE ALSO
       arx(6), arxsavetool(1)

BUGS
       No known	bugs.

1.1				  2017-05-03			   arxunpak(1)

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