asar - Simple extensive tar-like archive format with indexing

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Asar is a simple extensive archive format, it works like tar that concatenates all files together without compression, while having random access support. You can pass in a transform option, that is a function, which either returns nothing, or a stream.Transform. The latter will be used on files that will be in the .asar file to transform them (e.g. compress).

https://github.com/electron/asar

Dependencies:

chromium-pickle-js : ^0.2.0
commander : ^2.9.0
cuint : ^0.2.1
glob : ^6.0.4
minimatch : ^3.0.3
mkdirp : ^0.5.0
mksnapshot : ^0.3.0
tmp : 0.0.28

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