/* unsit - Macintosh StuffIt file extractor Version 1, for StuffIt 1.31 This program will unpack a Macintosh StuffIt file into separate files. The data fork of a StuffIt file contains both the data and resource forks of the packed files. The program will unpack each Mac file into separate .data, .rsrc., and .info files that can be downloaded to a Mac using macput. The program is much like the "unpit" program for breaking apart Packit archive files. ***** IMPORTANT ***** To extract StuffIt files that have been compressed with the Lempel-Ziv compression method, unsit pipes the data through the "compress" program with the appropriate switches, rather than incorporate the uncompression routines within "unsit". Therefore, it is necessary to have the "compress" program on the system and in the search path to make "unsit" work. "Compress" is available from the comp.sources.unix archives. The program syntax is much like unpit and macput/macget, with some added options: unsit [-rdulvq] stuffit-file.data The -r and -d flags will cause only the resource and data forks to be written. The -u flag will cause only the data fork to be written and to have carriage return characters changed to Unix newline characters. The -l flag will make the program only list the files in the StuffIt file. The -v flag causes the program to list the names, sizes, type, and creators of the files it is writing. The -q flag causes it to list the name, type and size of each file and wait for a 'y' or 'n' for either writing that file or skipping it, respectively. Some of the program is borrowed from the macput.c/macget.c programs. Many, many thanks to Raymond Lau, the author of StuffIt, for including information on the format of the StuffIt archives in the documentation. Author: Allan G. Weber email@example.com ...sdcrdcf!usc-oberon!brand!weber Date: January 15, 1988 */
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