Dar-libdar_api -- Area available for the evolution, usage, support, feature requests, concerning the libdar API (application Interface)

 

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DAR stands for Disk Archive. It is a shell command, that makes backup of a directory tree and file
For more about dar visit Dar's Homepage

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In this moderated mailing-list take place all that concerns the API to libdar, from support requests to documentation needs, code examples, general discussion about the API. It is intended for developers who plan to use libdar in their applications. Of course, there is a manual you are welcome to read first before sending questions to this mailing-list.

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Other mailing-lists about DAR


  • Dar-support to ask for help or support about DAR
  • Dar-news is read-only source of information for major events about dar (releases, security aspects, etc.)
  • dar-discussions is a moderated mailing-list, where take place general discussions about DAR (possible evolutions, your success story with dar, etc.)

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