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Post by *Total7zip » 2010-12-23, 08:01 UTC


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Post by *Horst.Epp » 2010-12-23, 16:15 UTC

Thanks, got it.

What means "You need to clear <formats> section in Total7zip.xml"
Deleting all formats for all extensions ?

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Post by *Total7zip » 2010-12-23, 16:24 UTC

edit your Total7zip.xml and replace

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<formats save="1">
...
</formats>
with

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<formats save="1" />
or you can simple delete "formats" node at all.

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Post by *TW » 2010-12-23, 19:35 UTC

licenced and happy TC user since 1994 (#11xx)

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Post by *Total7zip » 2010-12-24, 00:45 UTC

new update is ready!
Total7zip v0.6.0.0
http://rapidshare.com/files/438968065/Total7zip_0600.rar

+"Move to archive" is implemented.
+a lot of improvements (flv names, encrypted attribute, crc info and so on)

this version is new release candidate for http://www.totalcmd.net/
please post your feedback!
thank you!

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Post by *hambaba » 2010-12-24, 11:19 UTC

@Total7zip
your rapidshare upload reached the download limit
Unassigned file limit of 10 downloads reached.
@TW
thx for your mirror

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Post by *Horst.Epp » 2010-12-24, 12:38 UTC

Thanks TW for mirroring the new version

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Post by *Total7zip » 2010-12-26, 00:20 UTC

new version Total7zip 0.6.0.2 is released on totalcmd.net

+"move to archive" feature is implemented
+you can disable unwanted format handlers
+plugin loads list of supported formats from 7z.dll, if you update 7z.dll all new supported formats will be supported by Total7zip.
-fixed adding files to archive from RO drives.
+extractToTempCount is used only for solid archives now.
+all Total Commander versions are supported.
+logs.
+better support for gzip, flv, msi, vhd

Merry Christmas!

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Post by *kfft » 2010-12-26, 01:27 UTC

Great job thanks !
One suggestion, what would you think of giving the option to indicate a directory location for 7z.dll - 7z.sfx - 7zg.exe ?
For people who already have 7-zip installed and who want to make sure the latest version is always used that would be a nice feature.

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Post by *Total7zip » 2010-12-26, 01:44 UTC

I think this is implemented - you can edit configuration file Total7zip.xml.
this is how it's done on my own drive:

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	<path path_7z_dll="%COMMANDER_PATH%\..\archive\7-zip\7z.dll" path_7zG_exe="7zG.exe" />
	<path64bit path_7zG_exe="%COMMANDER_PATH%\..\archive\7-zip\64bit\7zG.exe" />
if you want use 7-zip binaries from Program Files, you can use something like this:

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	<path path_7z_dll="%ProgramFiles%\7-zip\7z.dll" path_7zG_exe="7zG.exe" />
	<path64bit path_7zG_exe="%ProgramW6432%\7-zip\7zG.exe" />
Is this what you want :?:

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Post by *kfft » 2010-12-26, 01:56 UTC

Excellent! I have just changed it and it is working.
Just what I wanted and thanks for the ultra fast answer.
Good to see the plugin is actively developed and supported.
:)

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Post by *damjang » 2010-12-26, 12:21 UTC

Total7zip wrote:

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	<path path_7z_dll="%ProgramFiles%\7-zip\7z.dll" path_7zG_exe="7zG.exe" />
	<path64bit path_7zG_exe="%ProgramW6432%\7-zip\7zG.exe" />
If I look more precisely into the first line I see that there is no specification for full path for 7zG.exe. Is this right or it must be:

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	<path path_7z_dll="%ProgramFiles%\7-zip\7z.dll" path_7zG_exe="%ProgramFiles%\7-zip\7zG.exe" />
	<path64bit path_7zG_exe="%ProgramW6432%\7-zip\7zG.exe" />

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Post by *kfft » 2010-12-26, 13:27 UTC

That's what I used, I don't know if it is possible for the sfx as well.

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Post by *Total7zip » 2010-12-26, 13:27 UTC

My example is OK.
You can find more information in readme.rtf:
<path path_7z_dll="7z.dll" path_7zG_exe="7zG.exe" />
path_7z_dll - here you can configure the path to 32-bit version 7z.dll, which is used to open and extract archives in the Total Commander.
path_7zG_exe - the path to 7zG.exe, default is the same folder as the 7z.dll.
For example:
<path path_7z_dll="%COMMANDER_PATH%\archive\7-zip\32bit\7z.dll" path_7zG_exe="7zG.exe" />

<path64bit path_7zG_exe="" />
You can specify the path to 64-bit version 7zG.exe here.
For example:
<path64bit path_7zG_exe="%COMMANDER_PATH%\archive\7-zip\64bit\7zG.exe" />
Total7zip detects the 64-bit version of Windows, and if this value is set, uses 64-bit 7zG.exe
NOTE: For 64-bit version you need a full set of 64-bit files - 7zG.exe, 7z.dll, Lang.
For sfx you can also use any path you want, Default value is 7z.sfx from the 7zG.exe folder.

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