I received an email with a link to restic 0.9.4 released. At the top of that forum post is a link to restic 0.9.4. That page is the github release page for restic 0.9.4. Here you will see all the files available for download from github. The 2nd last file in list of assets is “Source code (.zip)” with a link to
https://github.com/restic/restic/archive/v0.9.4.zip, which downloads a file named
The image below shows the drop down dialog from the restic/restic project page when accessed from a Windows 10 machine.
I hope this helps to answer your question.
From reading your blog post, I would consider executing both
$ git archive --format=tar --prefix=restic-0.1.0/ v0.1.0 | gzip -n > restic-0.1.0.tar.gz
and perhaps something like:
$ git archive --format=zip --prefix=restic-0.1.0/ v0.1.0 > restic-0.1.0.zip
I am just guessing how you might make a
zip format archive with