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#35 Extraction of compressed TAR files as an atomic operation

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Enhancement
2014-07-26
2010-11-19
Anonymous
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Originally created by: giorgio.tani.software@gmail.com
Originally owned by: giorgio.tani.software@gmail.com

Request to extract compressed TAR files (tar.gz, tar.bz etc) in a single step.
Currently PeaZip extracts the TAR archive, then it is possible to extract the files within the TAR itself.

Discussion


  • Anonymous
    2011-04-06

    Originally posted by: giorgio.tani.software@gmail.com

    Issue 47 has been merged into this issue.

     

    Related

    Tickets: #47


  • Anonymous
    2011-09-03

    Originally posted by: abbydonk...@gmail.com

    Due to the amount of open-source software I use and that most are distributed as tarballs, I'd also like to see this option. I come to the tracker to specifically request this functionality, but I see it's been here for a year. Please consider upping the Priority.

     

  • Anonymous
    2011-09-15

    Originally posted by: vas...@gmail.com

    subscribe

     

  • Anonymous
    2013-03-17

    Originally posted by: noela...@gmail.com

    Having such an option is a must!

    I cannot even find a way to do a "one-step" operation to extract archived and compressed files from the command line ("peazip -ext2here", "-ext2full" all need from second run).

     
  • MMTsuchi
    MMTsuchi
    2014-02-05

    Moreover, the permissions (-rwxr-xr-x in linux) are forgotten, not restored.

     
  • Steven
    Steven
    2014-07-26

    +1 for fixing/supporting this

    It seems strange this hasn't been fixed 4 years since it was made an "issue".