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cpio-mode version 0.03
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Douglas Lewan
2018-05-11 15:31:49 UTC
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All,

I've uploaded version 0.03 to git hub at https://github.com/dlewan/cpio-mode.


It still only works with newc archives and isn't very glitzy yet, but seems
basically functional and useful.

Here's the NEWS file:

# -*- outline -*-
# $Id: NEWS,v 1.2.4.5 2018/05/11 13:16:58 doug Exp $

* Version 0.03
** More dired-like commands:
+ cpio-dired-flag-garbage-entries
+ cpio-dired-goto-entry
+ cpio-dired-mark-executables
+ cpio-dired-marek-subdir-entries
+ cpio-dired-mark-symlinks
** Fixes to saving an archive.
** Fixes to cpio-dired-do-chgrp/own/mod.
** Automated test updates:
*** Automated tests now also check the catalog.
*** Automated tests that modify the catalog
now confirm that the archive can be unpacked by cpio(1)
after saving.
*** Automated tests all pass.

* Version 0.02
** You can now save an archive.
** More dired-like commands:
+ cpio-dired-add-entry ("I")
+ cpio-dired-display-entry ("f")
+ cpio-dired-do-chgrp ("G")
+ cpio-dired-do-chown ("O")
+ cpio-dired-do-copy ("C")
+ cpio-dired-do-delete ("D")
+ cpio-dired-do-flagged-delete ("x")
+ cpio-dired-do-query-replace-regexp ("Q")
+ cpio-dired-do-rename ("R")
+ cpio-dired-do-search ("A")
+ cpio-dired-find-entry-other-window ("o")
+ cpio-dired-flag-auto-save-entries ("#")
+ cpio-dired-flag-entry-deletion ("d")
+ cpio-dired-hide-details-mode ("(")
+ cpio-dired-kill ("C-x k")
+ cpio-dired-mark-entries-regexp ("%m", "*%")
+ cpio-dired-quit-window ("q")
+ cpio-dired-save-archive ("C-x C-s")
+ cpio-dired-summary ("?")
+ cpio-dired-unmark ("u", "*u")
+ cpio-dired-unmark-all-entries (M-xDEL "*?")
+ cpio-dired-unmark-all-marks ("*!", "U")
+ cpio-revert-buffer ("r")
** Other interactive commands:
+ cpio-dired-extract-all ("Xa")
+ cpio-dired-extract-entries ("Xm")
+ cpio-dired-view-archive ("C-cC-c")
+ cpio-view-dired-style-buffer ("C-cC-c" -- from archive buffer).
** You can now edit and save entry contents.
** Some automated testing of the dired-like interface.

* Version 0.01
** Basic function of cpio-mode, cpio-dired-mode, and
cpio-contents-entry-mode are in place.
** You can extract selected entries (M-x cpio-dired-extract-entries),
or extract all entries (M-x cpio-dired-extract-all).
** You can view an entry's contents and even edit the contents' buffer.
However, you cannot save it yet.
** cpio-dired-mode has the following implemented commands:
+ cpio-dired-display-entry ("C-o")
+ cpio-dired-extract-all ("X a")
+ cpio-dired-extract-entries ("X m")
+ cpio-dired-find-entry ("f", "e", "C-j")
+ cpio-dired-mark ("m", "* m")
+ cpio-dired-mark-entries-regexp ("* %", "% m")
+ cpio-dired-next-dirline (">")
+ cpio-dired-next-line (SPC, "n", "C-n")
+ cpio-dired-prev-dirline ("<")
+ cpio-dired-previous-line ("p", "C-p")
+ cpio-dired-summary ("?") -- Don't trust this yet.
+ cpio-dired-unmark ("u", "* u")
+ cpio-dired-unmark-all-marks ("U", "* !")
+ cpio-dired-view-archive ("C-cC-c")
--
,Doug
Douglas Lewan
(908) 720-7908
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