NAME¶lepton-archive - create and extract Lepton EDA design archives
SYNOPSIS¶lepton-archive [OPTIONS] FILE ...
DESCRIPTION¶lepton-archive creates and extracts Lepton EDA designs from an archive. The two modes of operation are "archive mode" (archive creation) and "extract mode". In archive mode it creates a project archive from a bunch of project files, and in extract mode it extracts the files from the archive and places them in the local directory.
In archive mode the program processes schematic files traversing their hierarchy, collecting and caching all subschematics, symbols and subcircuits specified in the "file=" attributes.
Archive mode is the default.
-h, --help Print usage information. -v, --verbose Verbose mode. -f, --files-from=FILE Additionally read filenames to archive from FILE. -e, --extract Extract mode. Mandatory if you want to extract from archive. -a, --archive Archive mode. It is the default mode. -o, --output=FILE Specify the name of the output archive file in archive mode. If FILE has no ".tar.gz" suffix it will be automatically appended. Default file name is "project-archive.tar.gz".
EXAMPLES¶To create an archive named MyArchive.tar.gz, the files to store are listed in "archive-list":
- lepton-archive -f archive-list -o MyArchive.tar.gz
The same by using just file basename:
- lepton-archive -f archive-list -o MyArchive
Verbosely create an archive from files listed on command line:
- lepton-archive -v README sch1.sch sch2.sch sch3.sch
Extract an archive:
- lepton-archive -e project-archive.tar.gz
AUTHOR¶The initial Python script has been written by Stuart Brorson <firstname.lastname@example.org>. The program has been rewritten almost from scratch in Scheme by Vladimir Zhbanov <email@example.com>.
Copyright © 2012-2017 gEDA Contributors. Copyright © 2019-2021 Lepton EDA Contributors. License GPLv2+: GNU GPL version 2 or later. Please see the `COPYING' file included with this program for full details.
This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.
|July 31, 2021||Lepton EDA|