This is a multipart message in MIME format. -- [ Picked text/plain from multipart/alternative ] > That's a start. It's not compressed, either, since I translated it to ASCII > with dd and saw some plain text and a whole bunch of zeros. Save files can be compressed. However, I think the default is to not compress them. > How can it be release specific if people are posting save files for Open > Source AS/400 stuff on the web? Maybe it's backwards compatible, with new > releases having new features that are ignored by older versions, but that's > fine with me--tar is like that. If someone saves some objects as release V4R2M0 then anyone with this release or later can restore the save file but prior releases can not restore the file.
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