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Library for working with Electron's ASAR archives.

Project Description

Library for working with Electron’s ASAR archive files. Electron (formely known as Atom Shell) uses it’s own archive format to compress files into a single file. The format is somewhat similar to TAR files. There’s a Node.JS package for working with ASAR files:

https://github.com/electron/asar

The URL above also contains the format documentation. Code was written for Python >3.4.

Example usage

from asar import AsarArchive

with AsarArchive.open('myasarfile.asar') as archive:
    archive.extract('/home/mydir')

At the moment that is all what it can do ;)

Disclaimer / License

This is no way associated with Github, Electron or Atom. This is free, and open-source (free as in beer) for fun and profit. Licensed under the Do What the Fuck You want Public License:

http://www.wtfpl.net/
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