TC doesn't preserve the creation date when users extract files from 7z archive

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Re: TC doesn't preserve the creation date when users extract files from 7z archive

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Sorry, I am out of ideas, but I am not an expert...

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Re: TC doesn't preserve the creation date when users extract files from 7z archive

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You could do another test with a TC_clean.ini.
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Re: TC doesn't preserve the creation date when users extract files from 7z archive

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Horst.Epp wrote: 2019-06-27, 17:59 UTC If time stamps are stored in a 7zip archive they will be restored with TCs native 7z DLLs and also using the Tota7zip plugin.
So I can't confirm the thread starters behaviour, at least in a normal environment.
Hmm, If I pack a -tz file with tc=on and ta=on and then unpack it from TC (open archive -> F5), and I use a fresh wincmd.ini file (hence internal 7zip unpacker is used), then the files are unpacked with creationdate and accesdate modified to current date.

If I unpack the files with my daily TC wincmd.ini file (hence .tz is associated with the Total7zip plugin), then the creationdate and accessdate are preserved. So I cannot confirm Horst.Epp's observation.

Notice - I do not have 7zip installed as a program in my Windows (I only have the 7zip program files in a subfolder to my total7zip plugin folder).
Maybe this makes a difference - could TC's intenal TC7Z64.DLL maybe be using features from 7zip if installed as a program?
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Re: TC doesn't preserve the creation date when users extract files from 7z archive

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petermad wrote: 2019-06-30, 18:26 UTC
Horst.Epp wrote: 2019-06-27, 17:59 UTC If time stamps are stored in a 7zip archive they will be restored with TCs native 7z DLLs and also using the Tota7zip plugin.
So I can't confirm the thread starters behaviour, at least in a normal environment.
Hmm, If I pack a -tz file with tc=on and ta=on and then unpack it from TC (open archive -> F5), and I use a fresh wincmd.ini file (hence internal 7zip unpacker is used), then the files are unpacked with creationdate and accesdate modified to current date.

If I unpack the files with my daily TC wincmd.ini file (hence .tz is associated with the Total7zip plugin), then the creationdate and accessdate are preserved. So I cannot confirm Horst.Epp's observation.

Notice - I do not have 7zip installed as a program in my Windows (I only have the 7zip program files in a subfolder to my total7zip plugin folder).
Maybe this makes a difference - could TC's intenal TC7Z64.DLL maybe be using features from 7zip if installed as a program?
You are right, i tested again with a fresh Ini file, previously I only had disabled the Total7zip plugin.
The creation date is only restored with the plugin.
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Re: TC doesn't preserve the creation date when users extract files from 7z archive

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I only had disabled the Total7zip plugin
How? - With Plugins Manager (by Alexey Torgashin)? - Did you remember to restart TC after disabeling total7zip? Did you also remember to disable the 7zip plugin (by Adam Strzelecki), in case you have it installed? (7zip plugin also preserves creationdate and accessdate).
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Re: TC doesn't preserve the creation date when users extract files from 7z archive

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petermad wrote: 2019-07-01, 02:12 UTC
I only had disabled the Total7zip plugin
How? - With Plugins Manager (by Alexey Torgashin)? - Did you remember to restart TC after disabeling total7zip? Did you also remember to disable the 7zip plugin (by Adam Strzelecki), in case you have it installed? (7zip plugin also preserves creationdate and accessdate).
Yes, with Plugins Manager.
I restart TC after changes made with Plugins Manager.
No other 7z plugin installed.
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Re: TC doesn't preserve the creation date when users extract files from 7z archive

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I tried with Plugins Manager too - but I get the same results as when I use a clean ini file. I used the Restart button in Plugins Manager to restart TC.
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Re: TC doesn't preserve the creation date when users extract files from 7z archive

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How can I zip or make an archive of android folders and extract them to pc while preserving the date created, date modified and date accessed in windows 10 enterprise and/or win 11 pro ??
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