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  1. Always searching for the "final" solution to my zipping/unzipping needs, I started years ago using WinRar with AutoIT (don't ask me why...) and for the last 10 years I worked well with the _zip.UDF , a good solution using the embedded windows zipfldr.dll. But often I work with a lot of data (both multi gigabytes and/or 100K+ files) and I noticed the performance of the windows zip DLL are not so good, the problem is maybe worsened by the mono thread operation using AutoIT + zipfldr.dll. SO my choice is 7zip (7ZA.exe) also for licence (freeware also for business) reasons, and I wrote
  2. I updated the UDF by Patric Pendelin to use the MemoryDLL UDF. There are only two new functions: _SevenZip_Load & _SevenZip_Free The first function must be called before using any other functions included in the UDF and the other should be called to free memory when the UDF is no longer needed! The size of binary from the module was excessive so I used the ZLMA UDF to compress it. It will be decompressed at run time before its loaded into memory. The only advantage of using this UDF is that it removes the need to included any DLLs in your script. A lot of functions haven't been a
  3. I am a novice and my English is not very good, I hope everyone can understand my statement and give me some advice, thanks. The code is very suitable for echoing the progress bar when the 7z file is released, but FileGetSize cannot correctly echo the progress bar when encountering multiple sub-volume compressed files. For example, AA.7z.001, AA.7z.002, AA.7z.003, AA.7z.004, AA.7z.005, AA.7z.006, AA.7z.007, AA.7z.008, AA .7z.009, AA.7z.010…………, FileGetSize can only progress by AA.7z.001. The card is 100% completed. Please help me, and help me solve the file detection part of F
  4. Good evening! I know this has been done to death in many programming languages and probably even in AutoIt. But couldn't help myself and as a learning challenge I wrote "yet another converter" LOL I need your help to test it and show me "the error of my ways" but in a nutshell here's what it can do already (taken from my source file) : Converts all zip files recursively into a 7Zip file, with max compression REQUIRES AUTOIT Version + Exact copy with attributes and folder structure + Extensive error checking, including files blocked by anti-virus (by file count
  5. Hi all, Long time lurker and now forum poster! I'm writing a relatively simple backup script for my firm that automates the copy, compression and organization of Leaver's data on one of our secured NAS systems. I personally found the best method to do this so far was to use 7zG.exe (GUI version of 7Zip which can use command-line too) and it functions quite well! I would like to retrieve more info on whether any warnings or errors happen in 7Zip during the backup, but I can't quite get my head around the syntax and switches for reading out, it seems any adjustment I make to the RunWai
  6. Hi guys, I often need zipping\unzipping function within my scripts, so I've decided to do a systematic research about it to understand which options I had. I'm sharing with you these results because I think it can save some time to somobody Autoit coders produced much material from 2005 till now, most of it consists of UDF wrappers of 3rd parts libraries, but there are some exception. Let's start: ZIP from scratch UDF: written by joakim. You can retrieve some info from a zip file, but it is just a PoC script, as I can see. LZ UDF: written by trancexx: another excepti
  7. Perhaps someone would benefit off this. I made heavy use of the Help file example. Only question I have here, is is there a better way to do the Regex for finding "error|ERROR|Error" in the source string? Thx Example7zPwd() Func Example7zPwd() ;-- Local $iPID = Run(@ComSpec & " /c DIR Example.au3", @SystemDir, @SW_HIDE, $STDERR_CHILD + $STDOUT_CHILD) Local $iPID = Run(@ComSpec & " /c 7za t -pmasale myzip.zip ", "c:\files\testing", @SW_HIDE, $STDERR_CHILD + $STDOUT_CHILD) Local $sOutput = "" Local $myError = 0 ConsoleWrite("$my
  8. Hello all I was wondering if any one new of a way to extract the files from a Comic Book Archive (.cbr)? My original thought was to use 7za.exe (&-zip console app) but when I run: 7za x 1.cbr 7-zip returns: Processing archive: 1.cbr Error: Can not open file as archive Does anyone a suggestion or other method? PS I am trying to make a .cbr to .pdf script
  9. Ok, here's what I'm trying to do. I've searched for the 7zip.udf and it's a complete no-go for what I wish to do, so I'm trying to make it work via the command line. Problem is, I'm so rusty that I can't exactly wrap my head around this one. $pid = RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c " & 'C:\Users\My Name\Documents\7za.exe t badzipfile.zip', "") Sleep(5000) MsgBox(0,"",StdoutRead($pid) & @CRLF & StderrRead($pid)) I'm trying to read whether or not a .zip file passes or is corrupt with the 7zip command line utility so I can batch process about 2,000 files and cull out the non-opera
  10. Before I re-invent the wheel - has anyone written anything to monitor a folder and zip it's contents when something new shows? I want to automate zipping our db backups for offsite storage and was hoping something similar exists. Thanks.
  11. I have been trying to do this for last 3 days but nothing seems to be working (correctly). What i am trying to do is extracting an iso image to my pendrive during which progress bar should show the process. The actual size of the archive size is not known but no significant difference is there after extraction. Here is my code and where am i making mistke? #include <GUIConstants.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> _PROGRESS () Func _PROGRESS () $Progress = GUICtrlCreateProgress(8, 56, 417, 25) $Form = GUICreate("Copy File", 369, 128, 193, 126) GUISetState(@SW_SHOW) $Progress1 = GU
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