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CHECK-BINARY-FILES(1)            User Commands           CHECK-BINARY-FILES(1)

NAME
       check-binary-files - check if the archive doesn't contain a third party
       binaries (JARs)

SYNOPSIS
       check-binary-files -f instructions_file [-a archive_file]

OPTIONS
       -a Archive file on which actions will be performed, as opposed to  cur-
              rent directory

       -f The instructions file to check against.

       -a  Archive file on which actions will be performed, as opposed to cur-
              rent directory

       -f The instructions file to check against.

EXAMPLES
       In %prep for the rpm spec, one would have:

              check-binary-files -f instructions -a abc-1-clean.tar.gz

       This ensures that the tarball is clean, and has nothing extra, or miss-
              ing.     The    instruction    file    was    generated    using
              clean-binary-file(1).

SEE ALSO
   Regular Manual Pages
       clean-binary-files(1), create-jar-links(1), jpackage-utils(7)

   Documentation
       Further reading should be found in  clean-binary-files.txt  located  in
       your standard documentation directory.

       Original mail is here:

       https://www.zarb.org/pipermail/jpackage-discuss/2005-Novem-
              ber/009158.html

AUTHOR
       Written by Deepak Bhole

REPORTING BUGS
       Report bugs using JPackage Bugzilla (http://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/)

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