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AutoHotKey to the rescue! Limiting yourself to the Windows command line is painful. Since you mentioned that you intend to do this loop in conjunction with AutoHotKey, why not just use AutoHotKey for the whole thing? Use StrLen and SubStr to extract the variable portion of your file path. The file loop will recurse through all the files you want. And then ...
The latest version of 7-zip, 15.06 beta, has a much better display in the command window. Files placed in the archive no longer scroll on screen and a nice concise summary is all that remains when the program finishes. This is exactly what I want. Everyone seems to be downloading the most recent beta version and there may no longer be a non-beta version.
You do not mention the type of your archives but from your example I assume that you use RAR files on Windows. First you must create a temporary folder (eg. C:\TempDir) where you will do your job. After this, you can use the following procedure: extract all the files without their paths in TempDir: rar e lossless.rar C:\TempDir\ delete the original ...
I tried different ways to download a site and finally I found the wayback machine downloader - which was mentioned by Hartator before (so all credits go to him, please), but I simply did not notice his comment to the question. To save you time, I decided to add the wayback_machine_downloader gem as a separate answer here. The site at ...
The answer to the question as asked is no; snapshots are per file system and you can only operate on the whole file system when working with the snapshot. So if you roll back to a previous snapshot, that affects the entire file system. The way to restore specific files or directories from a ZFS snapshot is to navigate into the snapshot directory and then ...
To answer the question "Is it possible", the answer is no. ZFS snapshots have no concept of files, folders, or anything else, it is a block level snapshot of the entire filesystem. You can however browse a snapshot and access individual files, as indicated in duenni's answer, or you can clone a snapshot giving you a second copy of the filesystem without ...
In this case I would go to /tank/home/.zfs/snapshot/snapshot_week_01 and pull out the data you need. See Displaying and Accessing ZFS Snapshots on Oracle's website for details.
Since 7-zip v9.33 alpha, it is possible to keep hardlinks and symbolic links in the .tar and .wim formats. Those can then be compressed again with 7-zip. Therefore: It is possible now, but requires an extra step. Source: http://www.7-zip.org/history.txt
Check out the tools available at from WikiTeam. http://archiveteam.org/index.php?title=WikiTeam I personally use wikiteam's dumpgenerator.py which is available here: https://github.com/WikiTeam/wikiteam It depends on python 2. You can get the software using git or download the zip from github: git clone https://github.com/WikiTeam/wikiteam.git The ...
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