On November 18, kevin at suberic.net said:
> let's say i want to tar directory foo, but i want it to untar later as
> directory foo-1.0.0. how can i get tar to do that?
ln -s foo foo-1.0.0
tar cvfh foo-1.0.0.tar.gz foo-1.0.0
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