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UExtract-3.40
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don570


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PostPosted: Wed 12 Dec 2018, 19:50    Post subject:  

I did check as you asked and here are results...


Quote:


older version of Easy .7
# rox -m easy-0.9.10-amd64.img
application/easy-disk-image
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newest version of Easy 0.9.10
# rox -m pyro64-0.5-8gb.img
application/octet-stream
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fatdog 710
# rox -m easy-0.9.10-amd64.img
application/x-raw-disk-image
#
-----------------------------------------------------
fatdog800 alpha
# rox -m easy-0.9.10-amd64.img
application/x-raw-disk-image
#



My Easy 0.9.10 distro may be damaged resulting in strange
output --> application/octet-stream???
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don570


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PostPosted: Wed 12 Dec 2018, 19:58    Post subject:  

I have a suggestion..

When doing an extraction from archive --->
If there is exit with error message then the last line in terminal should be
'Please check for sufficient disk space'
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PostPosted: Tue 25 Dec 2018, 18:36    Post subject: nl translation
Subject description: dutch mo for uextract-3.33
 

Translation into dutch.

I've never done translations, so this is the first and I did it for my favorit pet that is not in woofCE.
I hope it is alright.
I wanted to do something to celebrate the end of the year.

Happy New Year!
translation-nl_uextract-3.33.zip
Description  dutch translation for uextract-3.33
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SFR


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PostPosted: Wed 26 Dec 2018, 07:53    Post subject:  

don570 wrote:
I have a suggestion..

When doing an extraction from archive --->
If there is exit with error message then the last line in terminal should be
'Please check for sufficient disk space'

Hmm, there can be many reasons for failure, so strong emphasis on this particular one, every time, could be misleading.
Besides, many underlaying tools/backends already throw an appropriate message in such a case.
However, actually checking if the destination FS went out of space after extraction, could be the way.
I'll put it on my TODO list, thanks.
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foxpup wrote:
Translation into dutch.

I've never done translations, so this is the first and I did it for my favorit pet that is not in woofCE.
I hope it is alright.
I wanted to do something to celebrate the end of the year.

Happy New Year!

Thanks Foxpup, your translation works well down here.
Pet updated.

Happy New Year everyone &
Greetings!

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PostPosted: Thu 14 Mar 2019, 07:42    Post subject:  

Version 3.34:

- check the free space on destination device after extraction and issue a warning if it's used in 100% (thanks to don570)
- can extract UPXed Windows binaries
- AppRun: try to properly handle filenames with HTML % triplets, which are replaced by ROX to ASCII characters
- (un)install scripts compatibile with Fatdog build system
- various fixes and improvements
- new formats/extensions:
  • .fsl (same as .fossil) [fossil]
  • .sar & .sqlar (SQLite Archive) [sqlite3|fossil]
  • .zds (GZDoom Save File) [unzip|7z]

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PostPosted: Thu 28 Mar 2019, 16:20    Post subject:  

Version 3.35:

- various fixes and improvements
- new formats/extensions:
  • .cpio.zst (Zstdandard Compressed CPIO Archive) [zstd+cpio]
  • .efossil (Encrypted Fossil Repository) [fossil]
  • .lzfse (LZFSE Compressed File) [lzfse]
  • .sqlite (SQLite Database File) [sqlite3|fossil]
  • .sqlite3 (SQLite 3 Database File) [sqlite3|fossil]
  • .tlz4 (same as .tar.lz4) [lz4+tar]
  • .zlib (same as .zl) [g(un)zip+<internal>]

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PostPosted: Fri 26 Apr 2019, 08:13    Post subject:  

Version 3.36:

- can also extract .tcz packages that are disk images
- new formats/extensions:
  • .eopkg (Solus Linux Package) [unzip+(un)xz+tar]
  • .mozlz4 (Compressed Firefox Crash/Search File) [lz4jsoncat]
  • .tce (TinyCore Extension) [g(un)zip+tar]
  • .tcel (TinyCore Extension with Libraries) [g(un)zip+tar]
  • .tcem (TinyCore Extension with Modules [g(un)zip+tar]

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PostPosted: Sun 08 Sep 2019, 14:55    Post subject:  

Version 3.37:

- can extract BurpSuite auto-installer
- minor fixes and improvements
- new formats/extensions:
  • .apz (Autoplay Media Studio Exported Project) [unzip|7z]
  • .arduboy (Arduboy Game Package) [unzip|7z]
  • .asd (ASD Compressed Archive) [(un)asd]
  • .baklz4 (Compressed Firefox Recovery Backup File) [lz4jsoncat]
  • .bdoc (Binary DigiDoc Signature File) [unzip|7z]
  • .ctb (Cherrytree SQLite Document) [sqlite3|fossil]
  • .ctx (Cherrytree Password-protected SQLite) [7z]
  • .ctz (Cherrytree Password-protected XML) [7z]
  • .db & .db3 (same as .sqlite & .sqlite3) [sqlite3|fossil]
  • .dz (Dzip Compressed Archive) [dzip]
  • .ecsbx (Error-Correcting SeqBox Container File) [blkar]
  • .f3d (Fusion 3D Design) [unzip|7z]
  • .f3z (Fusion 360 Shared Project Archive) [unzip|7z]
  • .fb2k-component (Foobar2000 Component) [unzip|7z]
  • .fzbz (Fritzing Bundled Bin File) [unzip|7z]
  • .fzpz (Fritzing Bundled Part File) [unzip|7z]
  • .fzz (Fritzing Shareable Project File) [unzip|7z]
  • .gmz (Compressed GameMaker File) [7z]
  • .libzip (Camtasia Studio Zipped Library File) [unzip|7z]
  • .lpkg (Liferay Application) [unzip|7z]
  • .mbz (Moodle Backup File) [g(un)zip+tar]
  • .mpkg (Meta Package File) [xar|7z]
  • .opk (GCW Zero Open Package) [unsquashfs]
  • .pbi (PC BSD Installer Package) [7z+tar]
  • .pxz (Pixz XZ Compressed File) [(un)xz]
  • .qch (Qt Compressed Help File [sqlite3|fossil]
  • .rp9 (RetroPlatform Disk Image Archive) [unzip|7z]
  • .sbx (SeqBox Container File) [blkar]
  • .tpxz (Pixz XZ Compressed Tar Archive) [(un)xz+tar]
  • .tcx (TestComplete Script Extension Package) [unzip|7z]
  • .wa (Windows Addon Archive) [7z]
  • .xmcdz (Mathcad Compressed Worksheet File) [g(un)zip]
  • .xx & .xxe (XXEncoded File) [xxdecode]
  • .zi_ (Renamed ZIP) [unzip|7z]

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PostPosted: Mon 09 Sep 2019, 02:06    Post subject:  

Hi SFR,

Gone back to 3.36 as this one isn't working in 4.31 phoenix - don't know what you changed in it requirement wise - will try in other pups... great program though my goto for extracting .pets etc.

O.k. It is working well in buster - thanks SFR.

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PostPosted: Mon 09 Sep 2019, 05:28    Post subject:  

Hey Darry,

I just checked and apparently Bash-3.00 in Phoenix doesn't like pipes in regular expressions.
It was just one affected line.
Thank you for reporting this!
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Version 3.38:

- regression: revert regex matching not working in Bash-3.00 in 4.31 Phoenix (thanks to darry19662018)

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PostPosted: Mon 09 Sep 2019, 05:58    Post subject:  

Thanks SFR.Smile
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PostPosted: Mon 09 Sep 2019, 06:40    Post subject:  

SFR/Darren:-

Darren:- Thanks for the warning about 3.37. I've only installed it to one Pup in the kennels so far.....I'll go with the new version, before I get as far as Phoenix..!

SFR:- Marvellous tool, as always with your work. Along with Packit, Lockstate & Magdock, these are some of my most essential, and well-used utilities across the kennels. You and I seem to think along the same lines.....

Thanks, Jake. Cheers.


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PostPosted: Tue 10 Sep 2019, 02:50    Post subject:  

Mike Walsh wrote:
SFR/Darren:-

Darren:- Thanks for the warning about 3.37. I've only installed it to one Pup in the kennels so far.....I'll go with the new version, before I get as far as Phoenix..!

SFR:- Marvellous tool, as always with your work. Along with Packit, Lockstate & Magdock, these are some of my most essential, and well-used utilities across the kennels. You and I seem to think along the same lines.....

Thanks, Jake. Cheers.

@Mike No problem Mike:)
@Jake Working in Phoenix now - yes that old bash is an interesting one. Thanks for your work and for the extra effort getting it working with my old workhorse Phoenix.


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PostPosted: Tue 10 Sep 2019, 05:51    Post subject:  

Thanks guys, appreciated! Smile

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PostPosted: Tue 10 Sep 2019, 06:06    Post subject:  

Hi, SFR. A request. A builtin feature to extract individual files from an archive will be nice. Xarchive does not work well for me (in many cases it does not display all the files in the archive).
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