I came across an AppImage file that 7z-FM opens fine but TC with Total7zip does not open it
according to 7z-FM it's a SquashFS file
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Size: 162 584 297
Packed Size: 60 450 638
Files: 1 018
Physical Size: 60 481 536
Headers Size: 32 238
File System: SquashFS 4.0
Cluster Size: 131 072
Created: 2018-01-18 10:09:04
Characteristics: DUPLICATES_REMOVED EXPORTABLE
Code Page: UTF-8
I got the file from xnview it's an appimage of xnview-mp for Linux
my question does anybody know how to add the newer formats supported by 7zip to the total7zip plugin ?
I use the latest 7z.dll with total7zip the same one as 7z-FM so it's not a dll mismatch issue
a bit off topic but to avoid multiple posting
Markar1 wrote:Can Total7zip plugin (0856) create multiple volume archives, if it can then how?
Its Option for the purpose does not work.
it should but it does not it's a bug in the plugin but the author seams to have abandoned it, you don't really need it as Total Commander can create split files the so called multivolume 7z is not a real multivolume
you can create a 7z file then use TC's build in split function,
select the file then from the menu do
File-> Split Files ...
and you'll get .001 .002 ... files
yeah well no not really there are other packers out there for instance I've found uharc to be among the best compressors out there
but it's abandoned it doesn't have a native 64bit port and it's slow as hell
freearc looks good but if I'm not mistaken it's written in Haskell amd C++ and it's a lot lot slower then 7z which is a combination of assembler C and C++ both WinRar and 7-zip outperform it in speed and 7zip can outperform it in compression