""The GNOME archive manager can now open more types of archive, including AR, Debian, and 7-zip archives, and password-protected RAR archives.""
I found this on the GNOME 2.10 what's New page
It looks like 7-zip is spreading faster by the day :-)
but I could not find other references to the fact, so cross your fingers.
nice .. still not mentioning of encrypted 7-zip and if its with lzma support or not..
Gnome provides fileroller as the program to handle archives.
fileroller is a front-end to command line programs.
fileroller uses p7zip (http://p7zip.sourceforge.net/) to support 7-zip archives.
p7zip supports encrypted 7-zip so fileroller can support it.
lzma is the default compression method of the 7-zip archive ...
And yet, 7-zip still doesn't support Unix file attributes >_<
7-zip like zip, rar or winace is not a replacement of tar :(
7-zip does not store NTFS attributes ...
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