Is it possible to escape characters from the source file or archive when using 7-zip's command line interface. For example: 7z a "My%Archive.zip" "My%File.txt" -mx9 This command line fails at both ...
Is it possible to execute a file after extraction from a 7-Zip self-extracting archive (SFX) archive?
I'm try to make a compressed deploy-able application. Currently I'm taking a set of files that I've published from my IDE (Visual Studio 2008 - WPF published application) and compressing ...
I would like to get 7-Zip Manager to zip my wwwroot folder on a weekly basis. Is it possible to automate this with Windows 7 Task Scheduler, and if so, what are the exact steps to do this?
PROBLEM: I would like to be able to extract tar.gz files in a single step. This makes my question almost identical to this one: stackoverflow question for tar-gz. My question is almost the same, but ...
7-zip for linux, does such a thing exist? I mean actually 7-zip or a port, not another compression tool or command
I would like to use 7-zip to backup a directory, but I would like it to exclude all directories named ".svn" (anywhere in the source tree). Does anybody know if this is possible and in that case how?
I received 3 emails each containing part of a zip file. The extensions end in .z00, .z01 and .z02. (Emailed as such to get around the typical 10Mb attachment limit per email.) I have put all 3 files ...
I like 7-Zip a lot - it's my compression utility of choice on Vista and XP. I have just one problem with it: it's butt ugly. I'm really kind of reluctant to install it on my fresh Windows 7 system ...
A 398MB directory was only compressed to 393MB using 7Z and Normal ZIP compression. Is this normal? If so, why do people continue to use ZIP on Windows?