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Terminal command line help

Post by nant » Mon Nov 12, 2012 3:45 pm

I installed keka on my mac and in terminal mode I am able to access the command:

Nicholass-MacBook-Pro:cb-quickstart-pro nick$ /Applications/Keka.app/Contents/Resources/keka7z --help

7-Zip [64] 9.20 Copyright (c) 1999-2010 Igor Pavlov 2010-11-18
p7zip Version 9.20 (locale=utf8,Utf16=on,HugeFiles=on,8 CPUs)

Usage: 7z <command> [<switches>...] <archive_name> [<file_names>...]

a: Add files to archive
b: Benchmark
d: Delete files from archive
e: Extract files from archive (without using directory names)
l: List contents of archive
t: Test integrity of archive
u: Update files to archive
x: eXtract files with full paths
-ai[r[-|0]]{@listfile|!wildcard}: Include archives
-ax[r[-|0]]{@listfile|!wildcard}: eXclude archives
-bd: Disable percentage indicator
-i[r[-|0]]{@listfile|!wildcard}: Include filenames
-m{Parameters}: set compression Method
-o{Directory}: set Output directory
-p{Password}: set Password
-r[-|0]: Recurse subdirectories
-scs{UTF-8 | WIN | DOS}: set charset for list files
-sfx[{name}]: Create SFX archive
-si[{name}]: read data from stdin
-slt: show technical information for l (List) command
-so: write data to stdout
-ssc[-]: set sensitive case mode
-t{Type}: Set type of archive
-u[-][p#][q#][r#][x#][y#][z#][!newArchiveName]: Update options
-v{Size}[b|k|m|g]: Create volumes
-w[{path}]: assign Work directory. Empty path means a temporary directory
-x[r[-|0]]]{@listfile|!wildcard}: eXclude filenames
-y: assume Yes on all queries

Question is how do I specify that I want a zip file created that does not have the _MACOX folders in it.
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Re: Terminal command line help

Post by aone » Wed Nov 14, 2012 9:50 am

Since you're using the bundled p7zip command line tool, use some command line help page:

In this case, this will do the trick: -x!_MACOSX

Hope it helps!
aone ~
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