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Unable to unzip .gz file

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I have a to unzip some .gz files and then import it the data file into a excel file.

But currently I can't do it in AutoIT...

Do anyone have any source code for this?


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AutoIt doesn't have a Unzip function. you have to find a command line tool, or any other program able to extract .gz files. Then you can control those tools with AutoIt...


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Thanks man. I read about that but I simply can't find a free zipping tool for .gz format to download. Hope that I can get a tool with some AutoIT examples around for gz files but no luck here.

Would appreciate those that help. Thanks.


[font="Arial"]Thanks[/font]
If @error = me Then $sorry
Else
   Do
      $clarifyMe
   Until $meClear
EndIF
MsgBox(0,"Special Message!","Special Thanks to " & $allHadReplied,$Forever)

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Thanks man. I read about that but I simply can't find a free zipping tool for .gz format to download.

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http://www.gzip.org/

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Anyone got examples of how to use the gzip in AutoIT??


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If @error = me Then $sorry
Else
   Do
      $clarifyMe
   Until $meClear
EndIF
MsgBox(0,"Special Message!","Special Thanks to " & $allHadReplied,$Forever)

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Decompress a file

Run('gzip -d archive.gz')

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Thanks Mhz.


[font="Arial"]Thanks[/font]
If @error = me Then $sorry
Else
   Do
      $clarifyMe
   Until $meClear
EndIF
MsgBox(0,"Special Message!","Special Thanks to " & $allHadReplied,$Forever)

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