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4 mysite/missions/templates/missions/tar/about.html
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{% block mission_main %}
<div class='submodule fat'>
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+ <div class='submodule-head head'>
<h3>Using tar</h3>
</div>
- <div class="submodule-body">
+ <div class="submodule-body body">
<p>Open source software is commonly released in the form of archives called <em>tarballs</em>. The tar program creates, unpacks, and manipulates such archives.</p>
<p>When packaging a project's source code, it is customary to place the files within a directory named after the project with a version number. This makes creating and unpacking such tarballs convenient, as you only have to name one directory to tar up when creating the tarball, and people who unpack your tarball end up with a self-contained directory that they can easily remove when they are finished using the set of files you gave them.</p>
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4 mysite/missions/templates/missions/tar/creating.html
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{% block mission_main %}
<div class='submodule fat'>
- <div class='submodule-head'>
+ <div class='submodule-head head'>
<h3>Creating tarballs</h3>
</div>
- <div class="submodule-body">
+ <div class="submodule-body body">
<p>Now that you know how to unpack tarballs, we made another simple project so you can experiment with creating them. It is called "myproject" and is at version 0.1, and it consists of {{ filenames_for_tarball|length }} file{{ filenames_for_tarball|length|pluralize }} which you can download here:</p>
<ul>
{% for filename in filenames_for_tarball %}
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4 mysite/missions/templates/missions/tar/hints.html
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{% block mission_main %}
<div class='submodule fat'>
- <div class='submodule-head'>
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<h3>Hints</h3>
</div>
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+ <div class="submodule-body body">
<p>If you are running a GNU/Linux distribution, Mac OS X, or another Unix-like operating system, your system almost certainly has the tar program on it already, and you can run it by typing "tar" into a terminal. If you are running Windows and prefer to try this the Unix way, you can get tar as part of <a href="http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/MSYS/BaseSystem/msys-1.0.11/MSYS-1.0.11.exe/download">MSYS</a>; many Windows archiving programs, such as <a href="http://www.7-zip.org/">7-Zip</a>, support working with tar archives as well.</p>
<p>The general way to create a tarball from a set of files and directories is:</p>
<pre>tar <em>[option letters]</em>cf <em>[tarball]</em> <em>[things to tar up]</em></pre>
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4 mysite/missions/templates/missions/tar/unpacking.html
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{% block mission_main %}
<div class='submodule fat'>
- <div class='submodule-head'>
+ <div class='submodule-head head'>
<h3>Unpacking tarballs</h3>
</div>
- <div class="submodule-body">
+ <div class="submodule-body body">
<p>For you to try unpacking existing tarballs, we made a simple project source archive for you, which you can download here: <a href="{% url mysite.missions.tar.views.download_tarball_for_extract_mission %}">{{ tarball_for_unpacking_mission }}</a>. (Note that the tarball is following convention by using a directory that holds all of the files from that tarball.)</p>
<p>Your mission is to to upload {{ file_we_want }}.</p>
<form method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data" action="{% url mysite.missions.tar.views.extract_mission_upload %}#unpack-form">{% csrf_token %}

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