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git archive

 
Create an archive of files from a named tree. More information: https://git-scm.com/docs/git-archive.
 
  • Create a tar archive from the contents of the current HEAD and print it to standard output:
     
    git archive --verbose HEAD
     
  • Create a zip archive from the current HEAD and print it to standard output:
     
    git archive --verbose --format=zip HEAD
     
  • Same as above, but write the zip archive to file:
     
    git archive --verbose --output={{path/to/file.zip}} HEAD
     
  • Create a tar archive from the contents of the latest commit on a specific branch:
     
    git archive --output={{path/to/file.tar}} {{branch_name}}
     
  • Create a tar archive from the contents of a specific directory:
     
    git archive --output={{path/to/file.tar}} HEAD:{{path/to/directory}}
     
  • Prepend a path to each file to archive it inside a specific directory:
     
    git archive --output={{path/to/file.tar}} --prefix={{path/to/prepend}}/ HEAD

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