I have several folders, and within each folder, there are zip files. I want to run a command line order to recursively go through every folder and extract in place every archived file that it finds, then move on to the next folder. Is this even possible? Thanks
If you are using Linux, you can use
In Windows, you can use
Assuming that you have
Have you tried the open source Multi Unpacker tool for Windows? It requires you having installed WirRAR but other than that it's actually pretty versatile..
With 7-zip you can issue the following command:
To extract all files to your current base folder.
so if you have
the contents of file.zip will end up in
Or use the x option to extract including the subfolders of the archive.
You may be able to play with the