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Archery

Archery is a script to extract archives intelligently. It always extracts to a single directory or file, whether the archive was prepared that way or not, so you don't have to worry about it making a mess where you are working. It supports external extractors for .arj, .cab, .tar, .ace, .lha, .rar, .7z, and cpio formats.

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  •  11 Sep 2007 21:02

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    12 Sep 2007 05:21 pturing

    Re: Related stuff


    Thanks! I've added a link to the archery info page. Probably if I had done my research first like I should have, I would have just installed deco or one of these others.

    > Variations on this same functionality

    > available in deco, unp, unarc, e, bloat,

    > atool. A number of these are also

    > written in perl. I have worked with

    > deco for a while now. It's good that

    > there are variations available with

    > different goals and licenses though.

    11 Sep 2007 22:59 daeghnao

    Related stuff
    Variations on this same functionality available in deco, unp, unarc, e, bloat, atool. A number of these are also written in perl. I have worked with deco for a while now. It's good that there are variations available with different goals and licenses though.

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