unzip - support of segmented archives - look for volunteers for testings
pstodulk at redhat.com
Wed Mar 25 18:08:41 UTC 2015
I create repositories in copr for testing. So you can available my copr
# dnf copr enable pstodulk/unzip
so you can use actual fedora-devel version with this feature. If some
is broken for unsegmented archives, it's important information too, so
and report it :-)
> Hi folks,
> I work on patch for support of segmented archives on unzip. It's
> created alpha patch, which will be modified in future
> and probably (that's perhaps certainty ) it still contains bugs.
> However some testing should helps next devel, so if someone works with
> multi-disk archives and want to try/test this new feature
> a) here you can download scrach-build which you want - I did build
> only for F21 now (unzip-6.0-22.fc21.src.rpm)
> (if you want check code direct in repository, patch is inside branch
> b) or you can test upstream version:
> $ wget http://antinode.info/ftp/info-zip/unzip610c17s.zip
> $ unzip unzip610c17s.zip
> $ cd unzip610c17s
> $ make -f unix/Makefile -j5 CC=cc PROD=compiled_unzip
> LOCAL_UNZIP=-DNO_EXCEPT_SIGNALS LFLAGS2=-L. generic
> $ cd compile_unzip
> - and try unzip your multidisk archive (is expected *.zip file as
> input! and all segments must be in the same directory!)
> - multi-volume archives are not supported now (with different names,
> e.g.: main.zip not_main.z01 )
> You could still see warning (or even error) messages about missing
> bytes and unssuported multi-disk archives.
> Exit code could be wrong. This all you can ignore now, fix of these
> problems is in todolist for next month.
> Important are unziped output files, that should be correct.
> -> are files really OK? -> Get you same output as you get by old
> method of concatenation or
> with pretreatment by "zip -FF segmented_archive.zip --out
> Or you can use for unzip "-t" option for test of archive. Whatever you
> want try.
> When you know that archive is ok and you get wrong output, please
> write me and add link to archive
> if it is publicly accessible on the internet or write how can be
> create it.
> (or attach it if it is small).
> If you want, you can post same tests for this test-suite:
> Thanks to all who will help with tests :-)
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