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Keywords: UDF list files t option
list = zUnZipFiles('l', zipfile, '*.*', '', '')The help file says that "l" returns a short format list of files in the archive - names, modification dates/times and comments - what I'm getting seems to be the verbose listing.
Anyway to get a shorter list that would be easier to parse?
I tried both methods on an archive with about 70 files and the "t" method seems to run about 10 - 15 times faster. Another advantage perhaps is using test you know that the archive is in good shape when you ask for a file from the list.
Here's a UDF that simplifies this even further:
#definefunction listzip(zipfile, action) AddExtender("WWZIP32I.DLL") list = zUnZipFiles('t', zipfile, '*.*', '', '') if strsub(list, 1, 1) == 0 if strsub(list, strlen(list), 1) == @tab then list = strsub(list, 1, strlen(list)-1) list = strreplace(list, 'OK%@tab%', @tab) cnts = itemcount(list, @tab) list = itemremove(cnts, list, @tab) list = itemremove(1, list, @tab) list = strreplace(list, @tab, '') list = strreplace(list, 'testing: ', ':') list = strreplace(list, '/', '\') list = strsub(list, strindex(list, ':', 1, @fwdscan)+1, -1) Ziplist = '' for cnt = 1 to itemcount(list, ':') Ziplist = iteminsert(strtrim(itemextract(cnt, list, ':')), -1, Ziplist, @tab) next if strlower(action) == "select_files" asklist = ziplist Ziplist = askitemlist('Select Files to Extract', Asklist, @tab, @sorted, @multiple) endif if strlower(action) == "display_list" then askitemlist('Files in the archive', Ziplist, @tab, @sorted, @multiple) else message("Error", "Impossibile to get a list of files in archive!") Ziplist = "Error" endif return Ziplist ;ziplist is the list of files OR "Error" #EndFunction
Article ID: W14815
File Created: 2017:07:28:12:58:56
Last Updated: 2001:11:08:11:40:08