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one last question:
can I use a command line (DOS) to do the same ?

if so, what should be the formant ?

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wow !!! it works !!!

I've tried it and I got 3 zip files from a 5 GB directory tree.
Thanks a lot, for the quick responses, the clear answers and the willingness to help.
Cheers !

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I can make self extracting spanned zip files (at 2 GB size) but the problem is I have around 400 of these to make and it will take me too much time, therefore I've been looking for a tool to make it.

Testing it on the mail server can be a great test - thanks a lot, looking forward for the results.


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1. I used the 1st option for Output mode: "By Approzimate Zip File Size" = 2048 MB
2. I don't want to use the 7-zip to unpack the file (the customer will not install it at his network) so I need it to be open only by unzip.


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here is the story:
1. My customer has an old version of Winzip. He can not unzip files more than 2 GB size.
2. I am sending to this customers many games (hugh sized) which are more that 2 GB each.
3. what we did until now is to manually close zip files up to 2 GB and send them seperatly (so he can unzip them one by one). for example: a 7 GB game = 4 separate zip files.
4. He does not have tar or rar or any other unzip mechanizm nor he will not upgrade his winzip version to support more than 2 GB files.
5. I need the zip files to be stand alone - so I can open them by themsleves and not X.zip.001, X.zip.002 which comines together are a part of a bigger zip.
got it ?

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Hi,

1. we are talking about around a few hundreds of sub-directories, which contain many small .dat files.
2. There are about 11 levels. every level contains around 4-5 levels so the hole tree is about 400,000 different directories (an encoded game). The hole tree is about 7 GB.
3. I don't really understand what do you mean by output mode, but I guess standard.


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Hi,
Thanks a lot for the quick response.

I have tested the application and here are the details:
The application works fine with small size directories (up to 2 GB).
When I tried to create stand alone zip files out of a 7 GB directory, only 2 out of 4 zip files were actually created.
Also, when choosing the big directory and marking the "scan subdirectories too?" box, most of the time the application gets stuck and I need to restart it (4 out of 5 times it doesn't work).

I am sure this app wasn't meant to handle such a big size directories, but maybe with some minor changes it will.
I appriciate your help !
BR,
testgames.

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Hi,
Thanks for this version.
My problem is that it doesn't create the zip files (in oppose to the old versions).
Can you fixed that?
Thanks
Testgames

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The recursive directory zip doesn't work for me.
Any solution or trick to make this works?

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Hi,
The recursive feature doesn't work for me. Any tricks?

I did release a later version that isn't on this thread.  You can download it here: http://www.autohotke...zip-setup-v0.0.4.exe

It offers recursive zipping as well as a single wildcard (*.jpg, etc.) option.  If you find problems with it...don't hesitate to let me know.  Thanks.  =]



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