On 03.06.2017 08:26, Tim Kientzle wrote:
> You could add --format=ustar to the existing command line; that 
> would force bsdtar to use the older "ustar" format (without any
> extensions that might confuse Python's tar file module).

Even better! Thank you :)

>> This will use GNU tar instead of BSD tar to recreate the bootstrap and
>> GNU tar doesn't seem to produce sparse file entries in the archive.
> How ironic; using GNU tar in order to avoid having GNU sparse file entries.  
> ;-)

Yes :)

Jean-Sébastien Pédron

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