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GSF(1)				     GNOME				GSF(1)

NAME
       gsf - archiving utility using the G Structured File library

SYNOPSIS
       gsf [OPTION...] SUBCOMMAND ARCHIVE...

DESCRIPTION
       This manual page	briefly	documents the gsf command.

       gsf  is	a simple archive utility, somewhat similar to tar(1). It oper-
       ates on files following one of the structured file  formats  understood
       by  the	G  Structured  File  library, for example, Microsoft Excel(TM)
       files.

OPTIONS
   Options
       -?, --help
	      Show help	options

       -v, --version
	      Display gsf's version

   Subcommands
       cat    Output one or more files in archive

       dump   Dump one or more files in	archive	as formatted hexadecimal

       help   List subcommands

       list   List files in archive

       props  Archive list of property names

EXAMPLES
       To list the content structure of	a Microsoft Excel(TM) file arrays.xls:

       gsf list	arrays.xls

       To dump Workbook, an individual data stream in arrays.xls:

       gsf dump	arrays.xls Workbook

AUTHORS
       gsf's primary authors are Morten	Welinder  <terra@gnome.org>  and  Jody
       Goldberg	<jody@gnome.org>.

       The  initial version of this manpage was	written	by J.H.M. Dassen (Ray)
       <jdassen@debian.org>.

SEE ALSO
       gnumeric(1)

       The Gnumeric homepage <http://www.gnome.org/projects/gnumeric/>

       The GNOME project page <http://www.gnome.org/>

gsf			       29 November 2009				GSF(1)

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