27 August 2007

7-Zip 4.53 beta

What's new:
- "Test" and "Info" buttons now work for open archives.
- The bug in 7-Zip 4.48 - 4.52 beta was fixed:
7-Zip could create .ZIP archives with broken files.
- Some bugs were fixed.

Notes: 7-Zip 4.48 beta - 4.52 beta in some cases could create incorrect .ZIP archives. Some items (with 1/65000 probability) in these archives are broken. For example, if .ZIP archive contain 1000000 files, it can contain about 16 broken files. So check any .ZIP archive created by 7-Zip 4.48 beta - 4.52 beta. And if .ZIP archive contains small number of files (less than 100), probably that archive is correct.

7-Zip Extra 4.53 beta
7-Zip Extra is package of extra modules of 7-Zip.
7-Zip Copyright (C) 1999-2007 Igor Pavlov.
This package contains the following files:
7za.dll - library for working with 7z archives.
7zxa.dll - library for extracting from 7z archives.
7zS.sfx - SFX module for installers
7zSD.sfx - SFX module for installers (uses msvcrt.dll)
7zr.exe - reduced version of console program 7za.exe
copying.txt - GNU LGPL
readme.txt - This file
Far\ - Plugin for FAR manager
Installer\ - Files to compress installers
Features of 7za.dll:
- Supporting 7z format;
- Built encoders: LZMA, PPMD, BCJ, BCJ2, COPY, AES-256 Encryption.
- Built decoders: LZMA, PPMD, BCJ, BCJ2, COPY, AES-256 Encryption, BZip2, Deflate.
7zxa.dll supports only decoding from .7z archives.
7-Zip is free software. Read file License.txt for more infomation about license.
You can make a donation to support development of 7-Zip:
Source code of 7za.dll and 7-Zip (including all interfaces
and small example application) can be found at
7za.dll and 7zxa.dll can work in Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003.
7za.dll and 7zxa.dll work via COM interfaces
But these DLLs don't use standard COM interfaces for objects creating.

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