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Armando

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Re: Archivarius
« Reply #50 on: September 03, 2007, 10:19:52 AM »
Great Armando! I know that this is already on his to-do list, maybe your note will help promote it up the list! Your saved searches request is a great one as well, and shouldn't be too difficult to implement given that there is a history of searches available already.

He's already answered me!
Actually, he told me both items are already on his to-do list.
So, yes, lets hope they get... promoted.  :)

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Re: Archivarius
« Reply #51 on: September 03, 2007, 11:24:15 AM »
 :-* :)
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Re: Archivarius
« Reply #52 on: November 26, 2007, 04:18:53 PM »
For those who haven't upgraded yet :

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November 11, 2007 – Archivarius 3000 (Version 3.94)

RNC, ArtiPack, Aldus, STK, StuffIt, PackIt, AmiPack, Squish, MARC, Splint, ESP, ASD, DWC, AR7, CrossePAC, Crush archives are now supported (.rnc, .pak, .stk, .sit, .pit, .ampk, .mar, .spl, .esp, .asd, .dwc, .ar7, .pac, .cru).
DirectDraw Surface images are now supported (.dds).
Minor changes.

Some older info for those who are really late  ;) :

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October 03, 2007 – Archivarius 3000 (Version 3.93)

Rocket eBook books are now supported (.rb).
SquashFS, Dzip archives are now supported (.sfs, .dz).
ACiDDRAW, ASC2COM, BSAVE screens are now supported (.com, .bsv).
DC++, CF10 JPEG, TsiLang, Arvid, YACAT, Dirty Little Helper formats are now supported (.xml, .jpg, .sib, .tdr, .dlm).
Minor changes.

September 14, 2007 – Archivarius 3000 (Version 3.92)

FPAK archives by FoxPro are now supported (.pak).
Java classes are now supported (.class).
Minor changes.

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Re: Archivarius
« Reply #53 on: December 02, 2007, 12:01:55 AM »
And once again...

3.95 is out:

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November 30, 2007 – Archivarius 3000 (Version 3.95)

Windows Mail are now supported.
AppleSingle, CHOP, CPX, Colorado, DaVinci, GammaTech, IBM Pack, IBM Terse, Installigence, JASC Setup, KA, LymeSFX, Id Software PACK, Quarterdeck, Ridax programutveckling, SoundWorx, TWAiN PAiN Software archives are now supported (.001, .cpx, .cmp, .??@, .trsd, .igf, .pak, .qip, .rid, .swx, .1).
Macintosh resource fork are now supported (.rsrc).
IMD, SaveDskF/LoadDskF, TeleDisk disk images are now supported (.imd, .dsk, .td0).
View document in "Found fragments" mode.
Second Nature, Photodex slides are now supported (.snx, .px).
Minor changes
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Re: Archivarius
« Reply #54 on: December 02, 2007, 12:10:25 AM »
Even more file types I never heard of.  :)
Wonder if the author is after a "world record"...

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Re: Archivarius
« Reply #55 on: December 02, 2007, 07:44:07 AM »
Even more file types I never heard of.  :)
Wonder if the author is after a "world record"...

Hadn't quite thought of it like that, but you're right! I often read the Archivarius history file and realise that I haven't heard of the newest file types supported.
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