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acorn (0, 1997-10-16)
acorn\acornzip.c (15168, 1997-08-20)
acorn\makefile (3202, 1997-01-26)
acorn\match.s (5269, 1996-12-14)
acorn\osdep.h (792, 1997-03-22)
acorn\riscos.c (7269, 1997-05-10)
acorn\riscos.h (2330, 1996-12-14)
acorn\RunMe1st (608, 1997-05-18)
acorn\sendbits.s (3388, 1996-12-14)
acorn\srcrename (4719, 1997-05-18)
acorn\swiven.h (1797, 1996-12-14)
acorn\swiven.s (4455, 1996-12-14)
acorn\zipup.h (616, 1996-12-14)
amiga (0, 1997-11-01)
amiga\amiga.c (3789, 1997-10-07)
amiga\amiga.h (1728, 1997-08-18)
amiga\amigazip.c (14224, 1997-08-20)
amiga\crc_68.a (3790, 1996-09-15)
amiga\deflate.a (35013, 1997-10-16)
amiga\filedate.c (23892, 1997-07-26)
amiga\LMKfile (3491, 1997-08-18)
amiga\makefile.azt (8025, 1997-08-18)
amiga\match.a (4586, 1996-12-14)
amiga\match_68.a (8408, 1996-12-14)
amiga\osdep.h (3438, 1997-10-02)
amiga\smakefile (22820, 1997-10-16)
amiga\stat.c (8344, 1997-10-25)
amiga\timezone.doc (4342, 1997-07-21)
amiga\time_lib.c (15499, 1997-10-30)
amiga\z-stat.h (2454, 1997-05-11)
amiga\zipup.h (774, 1996-12-14)
aosvs (0, 1997-08-20)
aosvs\aosvs.c (21120, 1997-08-20)
aosvs\make.cli (199, 1997-07-20)
api.c (10170, 1997-10-07)
api.h (4536, 1997-08-18)
atari (0, 1997-10-25)
atari\atari.c (18509, 1997-08-20)
Copyright (C) 1990-1997 Mark Adler, Richard B. Wales, Jean-loup Gailly,
Onno van der Linden, Kai Uwe Rommel, Igor Mandrichenko and John Bush.
Permission is granted to any individual or institution to use, copy, or
redistribute this software so long as all of the original files are included,
that it is not sold for profit, and that this copyright notice is retained.
Zip 2.2 is a compression and file packaging utility. It is compatible with
PKZIP 2.04g (Phil Katz ZIP) for MSDOS systems. There is a companion to zip
called unzip (of course) which you should be able to find the same place
you got zip. See the file 'WHERE' for details on ftp sites and mail
This version of zip has been ported to a wide array of Unix and other
mainframes, minis, and micros including VMS, OS/2, Minix, MSDOS, Windows NT,
Atari, Amiga, BeOS and VM/CMS. Although highly compatible with PKware's
PKZIP and PKUNZIP utilities of MSDOS fame, our primary objective has been
one of portability and other-than-MSDOS functionality. Features not found
in the PKWare version include creation of zip files in a pipe or on a
device, VMS, BeOS and OS/2 extended file attributes, conversion from Unix to
MSDOS text file format; and, of course, the ability to run on most of your
favorite operating systems. And it's free.
See the file 'CHANGES' for a detailed list of all changes.
This version does not support multi-volume archives as in pkzip 2.04g.
This may be provided in a future version if time permits.
Please read the file INSTALL for information on how to compile and
install zip, zipsplit and zipnote. Please read the file MANUAL for
information on how to use them. The file "contents" is a complete
list of the files you should have in this distribution. Also, if you
are using MSDOS, you should read the note on file formats at the end
of the contents file.
This version supports encryption, but the encryption code is distributed
separately because of the US export regulations. See the file 'WHERE'
for access to the encryption code. Decryption can be made with unzip 5.0p1
or later, or with zipcloak.
All bug reports or patches should go to firstname.lastname@example.org, and
suggestions for new features can be sent to email@example.com
(although we don't promise to use all suggestions). Patches should be
sent as context diffs only (diff -c).
If you're considering a port, please check in with zip-bugs FIRST,
since the code is constantly being updated behind the scenes. We'll
arrange to give you access to the latest source.
If you'd like to keep up to date with our Zip (and companion UnZip utility)
development, join the ranks of BETA testers, add your own thoughts and con-
tributions, etc., send a two-line mail message containing the commands HELP
and LIST (on separate lines in the body of the message, not on the subject
line) to firstname.lastname@example.org. You'll receive two messages listing the
various Info-ZIP mailing-list formats which are available (and also various
unrelated lists) and instructions on how to subscribe to one or more of them
(courtesy of Hunter Goatley).
Frequently asked questions on zip and unzip:
Q. When unzipping I get an error message about "compression method 8".
A. Please get the latest version of unzip. See the file 'WHERE' for details.
Q. I can't extract this zip file that I just downloaded. I get
"zipfile is part of multi-disk archive" or some other message.
A. Please make sure that you made the transfer in binary mode. Check
in particular that your copy has exactly the same size as the original.
Q. When running unzip, I get a message about "End-of-central-directory
signature not found".
A. This usually means that your zip archive is damaged, or that you
have an uncompressed file with the same name in the same directory.
In the first case, it makes more sense to contact the person you
obtained the zip file from rather than th ... ...