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A python script wrapper for git-archive that archives a git superproject and its submodules, if it has any. Takes into account .gitattributes
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avoid using linux commands such that it also works on windows

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Create an archive by using the git ls-files --cached --full-name --no-empty-directory command. Support sumodule trees regardless of depth.

License: MIT

Usage: git-archive-all [-v] [--prefix PREFIX] [--no-exclude] [--force-submodules] [--extra] [--dry-run] OUTPUT_FILE

Options:

--version Show program's version number and exit.

-h, --help Show this help message and exit.

-v, --verbose Enable verbose mode.

--prefix=PREFIX Prepend PREFIX to each filename in the archive. OUTPUT_FILE name is used by default to avoid tarbomb. You can set it to '' in order to explicitly request tarbomb.

--no-exclude Don't read .gitattributes files for patterns containing export-ignore attributes.

--force-submodules Force a git submodule init && git submodule update at each level before iterating submodules

--extra Include extra files to the resulting archive.

--dry-run Don't actually archive anything, just show what would be done.

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If functional you need is missing but you're ready to pay for it, feel free to contact me. If not, create an issue anyway, I'll take a look as soon as I can.

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