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lha - compression tool for .lzh archive files.


lha [-]{lvtxe[q{num}][finv]}[w=<dir>] archive_file [file...]


lha is a tool for extracting .lzh archive files. It also supports variants of the .lzh
archive, such as .lzs and .pma.

This version of the lha tool is part of Lhasa, a free implementation of the .lzh format.


The lha tool has an unusual command syntax, compared to most other Unix commands. The
first parameter to the program specifies the command to perform and all additional
options. The second parameter specifies the path to the archive file to operate on.
Following this is a list of wildcard patterns to match against the filenames of the
archived files.

The first character of the command parameter specifies the command to perform, which is
one of the following:

-l List contents of the specified archive.

-v Verbosely list contents of the specified archive.

-t Test the integrity of the specified archive: decompress its contents and check the

-e or -x
Extract archive. Files are extracted to the current working directory unless the
'w' option is specified.


The remainder of the command parameter is used to specify additional options:

q[012] Quiet mode. Higher numbers suppress more output. Level 0 is normal operation. If no
number is specified, full suppression (level 2) is used. The quiet option also
turns on the force overwrite option ('f').

f Force overwrite of existing files: do not prompt.

i Ignore paths of archived files: extract all archived files to the same directory,
ignoring subdirectories.

n Do not perform any actual operations: instead, perform a dry run of the requested
operation and describe what would have been done on standard output.

v Verbose mode: causes extra information to be written to standard output.

w=dir Specify destination directory for extracting files. This must be the last option of
the first parameter.

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