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BUNDLE(1)		    General Commands Manual		     BUNDLE(1)

NAME
       bundle -	collect	files for distribution

SYNOPSIS
       bundle file ...

DESCRIPTION
       Bundle  writes  on  its	standard output	a shell	script for or a	Bourne
       shell which, when executed, will	recreate the original files.  Its main
       use is for distributing small numbers of	text files by

       Although	 less refined than standard archives from 9ar (see or a	bundle
       file is self-documenting	and complete; little preparation  is  required
       on the receiving	machine.

EXAMPLES
       bundle mkfile *.[ch] | mail kremvax!boris
	      Send  a makefile to Boris	together with related and files.  Upon
	      receiving	the mail, Boris	may save the file sans	postmark,  say
	      in gift/horse, then do

       cd gift;	sh horse; mk

SOURCE
       /bin/bundle

SEE ALSO
       9ar (in 9c(1)), tar(1),

BUGS
       Bundle  will  not create	directories and	is unsatisfactory for non-text
       files.

       Beware of gift horses.

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