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Re: Bug with infinite work when has -t without -f

From: Antonio Diaz Diaz
Subject: Re: Bug with infinite work when has -t without -f
Date: Sun, 17 Jul 2022 00:54:38 +0200
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DustDFG wrote:
I found that tarlz is starting infinite work when I run command with
-t flag but without -f flag.

The GNU tar prints an error message in this case

If no archive is specified (with -f), both GNU tar and tarlz try to read it from standard input. This is not an infinite loop, just waiting for input.

$ tarlz -t tdelibs-trinity-14.0.11.tar.lz
$ tar -t tdelibs-trinity-14.0.11.tar.lz

If would have been easier if you had specified the exact commands used and the error message reported by GNU tar, because as you can see above I can't reproduce the error.


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