OS: Windows XP
- Support compress/uncompress zip format
- Like gzip can use the original file name as archive file name, so no need to specify archive file name.
gzip target_folder, so the output will be
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7-zip has this behavior and can compress/uncompress zip format:
As you can see the file extension has been stripped, and the rest of the file name used as the archive name.
Edit: For a command-line solution, you can still use 7-zip. Check out my script here. You can modify it like so:
#!C:/Perl/bin/perl.exe use warnings; use strict; exit unless @ARGV; my $path = "C:\\Program Files\\7-Zip\\7z.exe"; # modify this accordingly my $infile = (split /\./,$ARGV); system("\"$path\" a $infile.zip @ARGV");
Just tested it on my fasm folder:
The simplest thing you could do (if you only want to compress one file or directory tree per archive) is to put one of the following lines into a batch file in your 7-Zip install directory (say
For a Zip archive:
7z.exe -tzip -r a %~n1.zip %1
For a 7-Zip archive:
7z.exe -r a %~n1.7z %1
And then call with: