ACE Support

2005-02-18
2012-12-08
  • Nobody/Anonymous

    7-zip needs WinACE support.

     
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      Why?

       
    • Stepho

      Stepho - 2005-02-21

      Make a forum search and and you will know why it's not possible.

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      So many people are asking without searching first.

      Read this...

      http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?thread_id=1220065&forum_id=45797

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      Why we need ace support?
      We can download unace for winace.com and no more problems.

       
    • Stepho

      Stepho - 2005-02-22

      Actually, I haven't been able to find unace.exe, there's an annoying GUI thing call xace instead. (http://www.winace.com/xaceplus.html)

      It can uncompress several archive types (ACE, RAR, ZIP, CAB), but cannot compress. On the site they say they want people to distibute in order to advertise for WinACE...

      So I keep my old unace.exe in a safe place. :-p

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      For anyone that needs a copy of unace.exe, it can be downloaded from here.

      http://www.techbase.iofm.net/catagories/downloads/downindex.htm

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      Format only, NOT the algorithm !!!

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      OHHH look at it. MR. LEMKE released ACE 1.2b,
      sligtly crippled, algorithm.

      7 years ago !!!

      Nevertheless: no V 2 version, no decryption...

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      dizam.

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      Is there a problem? Besides freeware archivers that unace,
      a search for 'ace204.exe', will lead to ..... 'commandline archiver ACEv2.04'
      http://www.winace.com/cgi-bin/getfile.exe?program=CommandlineAce&width=628
      It's first feature is -surprise-  fast extraction.

      other links
      http://www.winace.de/
      http://freshmeat.net/projects/unace/   for linux

      WinRAR extacts all supported formats, including ace, optional
      to separate folders.
      Finally, the use of WinAce seems to work for me.

       

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