* A script git-archive-tar is used to create a "base tarball"
   that roughly corresponds to "linux-*.tar.gz".  This works as

    $ git-archive-tar C [B1 B2...]

   This reads the named commit C, grabs the associated tree
   (i.e.  its sub-tree objects and the blob they refer to), and
   makes a tarball of ??/??????????????????????????????????????
   files.  The tarball does not have to contain any extra
   information to reproduce any ancestor of the named commit.

alternatively, "git-archive-torrent" to create a list of files for a bittorrent feed....


Mike Taht
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