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"zip" and "unzip" without winzip

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has anyone made a function that will compress a .exe and uncompress it without the user having winzip installed?


Valik Note Added 19 October 2006 - 08:38 AMAdded to warn level I just plain don't like you.

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has anyone made a function that will compress a .exe and uncompress it without the user having winzip installed?

If they are using XP they dont need any zip program, no 7zip, no includes or special dlls.

I use the runwait command with cabarc.

Cabarc is part of xp and you can create and extract .cab files with it. Even has switches for compressing more than you can with winzip.

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If they are using XP they dont need any zip program, no 7zip, no includes or special dlls.

I use the runwait command with cabarc.

Cabarc is part of xp and you can create and extract .cab files with it. Even has switches for compressing more than you can with winzip.

CabArc is NOT included in XP. MakeCab is included in XP. :lmao:

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CabArc is NOT included in XP. MakeCab is included in XP. :lmao:

OOPS! but you could always do a fileinstall and copy it to the computer to be ran on. It is a really cool tool.

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Link seems to be dead.

Guess you'll have to use your own search then huh?

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Guess you'll have to use your own search then huh?

lmao...

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mozart just said where you can find a way to zip files... Why would you still need to search?

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