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colossus73 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 23 06:48:06 UTC 2007
On 8/23/07, Jani Monoses <jani.monoses at gmail.com> wrote:
> the initial one of not choosing a sane default archive type, and not checking whether
> certain archive types are suited for the group of files selected for compression (IIRC,
> it tried to make .bz2 archives without tarring up first if more files were selected)
Jani,Jani, you shouldn't speak of things you don't know yet:
> and another it cannot do anything with open archives like launch a file from it,
???? What do you say Jani? It can add, extract, delete, test and
create exe archives after opening it.
> if they are listed there as in a file manager. So what happened is user opened an archiver from the web
> using xarchiver, it's content appeared in the view but individual files could not be accessed, they needed
> to be extracted first somewhere and then used there.
An archive downloaded from the web is put in /tmp. I just tried now
with Xarchiver 0.4.6, the archive is corrected accessed using /tmp, I
tried extracting a file and it is correctly extracted; I tried viewing
it and it correctly appears in the Xarchiver view window. Again Jani
when speaking be sure to know what you say. I spent a LOT of hours in
coding Xarchiver, improving it over and over again and it's not
correct by you to spit upon it.
Xarchiver, a Linux GTK+2 only archive manager - http://xarchiver.xfce.org
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