manage secure archive containing sensative docs

Tar GnuPG

Manage a secure archive containing sensative docs.

You might be thinking, "Hey there's already a gpgtar which seems to do exactly this, why don't I use that?", and you could be right, depending on your needs. The biggest difference is this package allows you to add files to an existing archive. (It technically creates a new one and overwrites your old one, but does it without you needing to worry about that). That's my biggest use case anyway. Also, I was bad at searching and didn't realize that program existed before writing this one (I had even initally given them the same name by coincidence).

Usage

usage: targpg [-h] [-V] [-v] [-q] [-c] [-p PASSFILE] [-a [ADD ...]] [-x] [-u] [-d DIR]
[-e [EXTR ...]] [-o] [-l] archive

manage secure archive containing sensative docs

positional arguments:
archive               tar file secured by gpg symetric password

optional arguments:
-h, --help            show this help message and exit
-V, --version         show program's version number and exit
-v, --verbose         more verbose output
-q, --quite           supress output
-c, --create          create the file without confirmation if it does not exist
-p PASSFILE, --passfile PASSFILE
file with archive password stored in it
-x, --unique          only add unique files, if the file exists an error is thrown
-u, --update          overwrite existing files if any being passed in match
-d DIR, --directory DIR
when adding files, do it relative to this directory
-e [EXTR ...], --extract [EXTR ...]
extract the files from the archive, if no files given a prompt will ask
-o, --output          directory to extract files to
-l, --list            list the contents of the archive


create

Auto create the archive if it does not already exist.

passfile

Add new files to the archive. If the --unique flag is used, then existing files will cause an error. The --update flag will replace existing files with ones passed in. --directory sets the working directory so files are added relative to that directory.

extract

Extract files from the archive. If the flag is used with no arguments, you will be asked which files you want to extract. The --output flag will set the directory to extract the files to.

list

List the contents of the archive.

Contributing

Help is greatly appreciated. First check if there are any issues open that relate to what you want to help with. Also feel free to make a pull request with changes / fixes you make.

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