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Finished Programs / Re: SOLVED: Zip set archive time to latest file
« on: October 15, 2018, 06:17 AM »
To complete the information for future readers...

rar. exe only supports RAR format.
I was pointed to use winrar.exe in command line mode.

Thanks

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Finished Programs / Re: Zip set archive time to latest file
« on: October 12, 2018, 12:23 PM »
I re-tested again with same results tho since you commented that no checksum was modified in your side. I just uninstalled/installed 7zip again and rebooted the desktop.
After that new tests are in line with yours, no hashes modified, so far so good.
Thanks for keep responding to me Kode.
For the record, MD5 and SHA-1 were calculated from within Directory Opus.

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Finished Programs / Re: Zip set archive time to latest file
« on: October 12, 2018, 06:51 AM »
Hello again,

I've been experimenting with this 7zip command and while Kode's answer has fullfiled my initial question I'd like to add a bit of complexity to it.
As far as I tested it seems the proposed 7zip command/syntax does alter the archive checksum when changing the timestamp (winrar maintains the original checksum for rar archives).
So anyone knows an alternative syntax or tool (preferably a command line one to be used within another script) to achieve the desired results?

Thanks for reading!

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Finished Programs / Re: Zip set archive time to latest file
« on: October 12, 2018, 04:32 AM »
Yes! thank you Kode,

I must have some sight/comprehension issues, yesterday I was looking exactly for this with negative results.
Thanks again for the time it took to help me.  :)

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Finished Programs / SOLVED: Zip set archive time to latest file
« on: October 11, 2018, 06:27 PM »
Hello,

The goal is to change time/date to the latest file inside a zip archive.
As a reference. winrar has a command to do this tho it just works for rars
> rar.exe ch -tl

I've searched the web but did not find anything similar for zips.
I'll greatly appreciate if someone would like to help me with this petition.
Thanks for reading!

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Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: mount virtual folders
« on: May 07, 2010, 08:04 AM »
@f0dder
Almost did it! :)
XXCOPY  has /SG switch that gathers files into one-level directory and it works as intended.
It also has another one to copy files as hardlinks /MLH.
Then while xxcopy c:\sourcedir\nesteddirs c:\destdir /SG works nicely for normal files.
xxcopy c:\sourcedir\nesteddirs c:\destdir /SG /MLH just copy as hardlinks the files, if any, from the source dir but ignores the files from nested dirs.
But well, it's a little more progress.
BTW are you the same f0dder in osnews.com?

@target
Is it possible to do the same but instead of shortcuts, hardlinks or softlinks?

thanks both :)

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Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: mount virtual folders
« on: May 05, 2010, 05:08 AM »
I've read a lot these past two days about Junctions, hardlinks and softlinks and as you said  i couldn't find a solution for point #1, seems there is no program/script that allows to have one junction to many target (only content) folders at once.
I can think of another approach.
Get a list of all files at source dirs, compare them to destination dir containing  harklinks, skip the existing, and copying as hardlinks the new found. Not a beautiful solution with that amount of  files but it can do the work.
Do you think this can be done?
I've tried with diropus internal COPY MAKELINK=hardlink WHENEXISTS=skip
but it don't skip existing files it just append (1) and make a new file.

cheers
blau

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Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: mount virtual folders
« on: May 03, 2010, 01:03 PM »
i'll take a look into it
thans f0dder

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Post New Requests Here / IDEA: mount virtual folders
« on: May 02, 2010, 03:12 PM »
Hi,
Assign files and folders to a virtual folder and mount it to be accesible for the file system.
We are dealing, at this moment, with +75.000 files in multiple locations.

1- only files are to be listed, when a folder is dropped to the VF this has to add (recursively) only the files.
The result is just one VF with only files inside.
2- automatic synchronize (or user dependant), for new or deleted files on the original folders.

If anyone has used Directory Opus, it's a little like its Collections feature, to get you an idea.

cheers
blau


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