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Xarchiver

Xarchiver is a GTK+ 2 frontend for manipulating arj, 7z, zip, rar, tar, bzip2, gzip, and RPM files. It allows you to create archives and add, extract, and delete files from them. Password protected archives in the arj, 7z, rar, and zip formats are supported.

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  •  12 Nov 2008 09:50

    No changes have been submitted for this release.

    •  07 Nov 2008 15:08

      Release Notes: This release adds support for LZOP, fixes a bug which occurred when adding with tar, and updates the Turkish translation.

      •  06 Nov 2008 14:16

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        •  22 Oct 2008 13:16

          Release Notes: Bugfixes and enhancements were made.

          •  06 Oct 2008 12:56

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            27 Nov 2006 22:56 gt67

            Re: Just a big thank-you


            > I just wanted to say thanks for

            > providing such a great piece of

            > software. I must admit that I do prefer

            > using a GUI rather than the command line

            > for a lot of my day-to-day tasks.

            > Xarchiver really makes things very easy.

            Many many thanks for your kind works. Words like

            yours keep on pushing me to improve xarchiver more and more.

            Giuseppe Torelli

            27 Nov 2006 17:46 SeaEagle

            Just a big thank-you
            I just wanted to say thanks for providing such a great piece of software. I must admit that I do prefer using a GUI rather than the command line for a lot of my day-to-day tasks. Xarchiver really makes things very easy.

            21 Dec 2005 23:39 gt67

            Re: Translation to other languages


            > Hi,

            >

            > If I translate to pt_BR, do you put in

            > official version ?

            >

            > Thanks

            Yes, in the 0.4 release.

            21 Dec 2005 09:15 Psabs

            Translation to other languages
            Hi,

            If I translate to pt_BR, do you put in official version ?

            Thanks

            28 Oct 2005 03:59 gvy

            Re: maybe...


            > thanks for your comment, I'm willing to

            > cooperate I think it is better to join

            > the efforts, anyway Xarchiver uses a

            > very different approach than XArchive.

            > The parsing of the contents of the

            > archive is done inside Xarchiver itself

            > in C language rather than using external

            > shell wrappers as XArchive does.

            Well it's not *that* much different (expect that I wouldn't be able to add yet-another-archiver *really fast* myself being quite off C for quite a few years). I mean, if the goal is "a lightweight GUI archive manager" then this particularity isn't really crucial if it works this way or another and doesn't pose clear and significant problems in the foreseeable future (e.g. shell wrappers *do* need a rewrite to support password protected archives in any sane way).

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