As I wrote in the summary
-F option (selective backup) and -n (not buffered) are not documented yet in
--tar F is now documented.
--tar cn is not.
These are not primary flags as TAKAHASHI Motonobu suggests was the case in 2005, but part of a tar option string following -T/--tar.
The 'n' option now means 'dry run', not 'not buffered'.
Created attachment 15259 [details]
A patch for the smbclient man page.