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Add mention of the FTS5-initial-token-syntax in the change log. check-in: 668e39014a user: drh tags: trunk
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  <i>-- Create a new archive "new_archive.db" containing files "file1" and</i>
  <i>-- "file2" from directory "dir1".</i>
  .ar cCf dir1 new_archive.db file1 file2 file3
</codeblock>

<h2> SQLAR Create Command </h2>

<p>Create a new archive, clobbering any existing archive (either in the current
"main" db or in the file specified by a --file option). Each argument following
the options is a file to add to the archive. Directories are imported
recursively. See above for examples.

<h2> SQLAR Extract Command </h2>

<p>Extract files from the archive (either to the current working directory or







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  <i>-- Create a new archive "new_archive.db" containing files "file1" and</i>
  <i>-- "file2" from directory "dir1".</i>
  .ar cCf dir1 new_archive.db file1 file2 file3
</codeblock>

<h2> SQLAR Create Command </h2>

<p>Create a new archive, overwriting any existing archive (either in the current
"main" db or in the file specified by a --file option). Each argument following
the options is a file to add to the archive. Directories are imported
recursively. See above for examples.

<h2> SQLAR Extract Command </h2>

<p>Extract files from the archive (either to the current working directory or