My first try of a GUI with wxWidgets.
Now 7zip can do "each file to a seperate archive" from Winrar.
Sends commands to the CMD to process through the list, though maybe Admin rights are required.
Maybe a Linux-Version later...
- Adds Batch-Processing to 7zip
- Multiple Compression Methods available
- 7zip and Zip Support
- Perfect for Rom-Collections
- Shutdown after completion
- Now with DLLs :)
Easy to use and simple.
It works only for files. It can't zip a folder and its contents, but only a file. Anyone know how to zip all folders in a directory into separate archives using 7zip? Any CLI options for this? I need these specific options to be used for all the archives. .7z, Ultra, LZMA2, 1024MB, 273, solid, compress shared files.
Easy to use and works.
For the little functionality that this tool offers, a 10+ MiB wx GUI DLL seems overkill. The creation of multiple archive directories when unpacking is provided by 7-Zip itself (-o switch with asterisk appended, i.e. -otarget_dir\* will create a directory with the archive name in target_dir for each unpacked archive). What I would expect from a useful batch processor is a) logging, b) ability to supress unwanted dialogs and message boxes (e.g. asking for password), c) support for password lists, d) ability to skip erraneous operations (try to do as much as possible as requested), e) cleanup operations and f) post-processing commands (e.g. run virus scanner). AFAIK nothing of that is implemented. Overall, this does look more like a wxWidgets beginner's programming excersise than a real-life tool. Nothing wrong with that but why publish?