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GIT-PACKAGE(1) General Commands Manual GIT-PACKAGE(1)
git-package – create an archive of a named tree suitable for distribution
git package [-f format] tree-ish [path...]
git-package creates an archive of a named tree (or specific paths within
that tree, if specified) that is suitable for distribution on the world
wide web. It saves the archive to <name>-<tree-ish>.<format>, where name
is the title of the repository. For supported archive formats, see
git-archive(1). A default archive format can be set via git-config(1),
using the package.format option.
The options are as follows:
The format to archive tree-ish as. Defaults to package.format,
or tar.gz if unset.
git(1), git-archive(1), git-config(1)
git-package was written due to the lack of a convenient tool to create
release archives for distribution. git-archive(1) was considered, but
was found to be too burdensome to be deployed regularly.
git-package was written by Erin Kinsley <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Wolfgang
November 16, 2017