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So I am interested in how UnZip handles it's -l function and would like to see the source code for it.

Where could I get my hands on that source code?

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To see the source used in the Ubuntu package, go to:

You can also use:

apt-get source unzip

You may need to enable source repositories in your software preferences for the second option.

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General rule:

  1. Head to
  2. Search for the package you want. In this case, you'll get to this page.
  3. Look to the right. There is a "download source package" option. You want the tarball file.
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