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I really don't get why this stuff isn't already in 7-zip right now. I like 7-zip and I'm grateful but as a programmer myself I feel like there should be more releases of the normal 7-zip.
Thanks for making e7z James Hoo.
I like the improvements you've made to 7zip. These are things which long ago in 7zip should have been installed.
Is it possible that you also support newer versions such as eg the version 9.22? Since in this version, the error in archiving and send with a 64bit version of 7zip no longer occurs.
I would also find it great if you could set a kind of standard format for the archive in 7zip. Instead "7z" So, for example, "zip".
Maybe you could also integrate this in your next version.
Hope those excellent enhancements will be integrated by Igor in next 7-Zip release.
In the meantime, I guess that would be nice for James Hoo too upgrade the codebase from 9.20 to latest available 9.22.
I like the changes made in latest version (0.1.4)
maybe add this to right click
- compress to each file/folder name .zip .7z
- new icons
to drag and drop folders to program
and archive them not in same (one) archive (in separate (more) archive)
Great work on Easy 7-Zip :D. I have a feature request, apparently this has been requested as far back as at least 2009 for 7-Zip but to this day has never been implemented.
7-Zip isn't truly portable (including your portable version), in that it stores its settings in the Windows registry. To be truly portable, it should have the option to store its settings in a file, by default located with the executable, so it can be taken to new systems without interfering with possible local installations. Would it be possible for you to implement this into Easy 7-Zip, either with an optional command line switch (e.g. 7zFM.exe --config=config.ini) or by checking for the existence of a particularly named file located in its own folder (a la uTorrent) and reading/writing settings to it instead of the registry?