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car(1)				 GNU Telephony				car(1)

NAME
       car - crytographic archiver.

SYNOPSIS
       car [options] [paths...]
       car --decode [.carfile]

DESCRIPTION
       Creates	and decodes portable cross-platform crytographic archives.  An
       archive can be a	collection of files, or	an in-stream message  that  is
       piped.	Output	can be to a binary .car	file, or ascified text.	 A sy-
       metric cipher is	used, and the passhrase	is hashed to form a key.

OPTIONS
       --cipher=name
	      Specify symetric cipher.	By default 256 bit aes is used.

       --decrypt
	      Specify decryption operation on an existing car stream or	 file.
	      If no file is specified, stdin is	used.

       --digest=name
	      Specify name of digest algorithm.	 By default sha	will be	used.

       --follow
	      Dereference and follow symlinks.	Otherwise they are ignored.

       --output=filename
	      Specify  output  file  for  a new	archive.  By default stdout is
	      used.

       --overwrite
	      Always overwrite existing	files without prompting.

       --quiet
	      Non-interactive and no status output.

       --recursive
	      If argument is a directory, recursively scan directory  and  any
	      subdirectory contents as arguments.

       --help Outputs help screen for the user.

AUTHOR
       car was written by David	Sugar <dyfet@gnutelephony.org>.

REPORTING BUGS
       Report bugs to bug-commoncpp@gnu.org or bugs@gnutelephony.org.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2010-2014 David Sugar, Tycho Softworks.
       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is
       NO warranty; not	even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR	 A  PARTICULAR
       PURPOSE.

GNU uCommon			 January 2010				car(1)

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