Could anyone enlighten me on how can I create a regular Unix tarball archive (e.g.,
tar.bz2) on a Windows box in a way that will mark some files in that archive as "executable" (e.g., with permission flags set like
-rwxr-xr-x, 0755) and some files as non-executable (e.g., with something like
I know that one can use:
- 7-Zip to create tarballs using a Windows box, but it seems that it can't set custom flags on certain files when doing a tarball and sets everything as
- Normal GNU utilities port (such as MinGW or Cygwin), which require one to do some command line magic - that's perfectly ok for me, but could be bothersome for some users.
- Remote or virtual Linux/BSD installation and then again, use normal
Any more user-friendly solutions?