SV: Archiving directories / zip format
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Mon Dec 6 12:49:39 UTC 2010
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Sendt: den 6 december 2010 08:17
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Emne: Archiving directories / zip format
>From time to time I want to archive a quite a few directories to
download them conveniently. I have been using tar to do it, endingin
up with a tar.gz file. But the problem with it is that I do not have a
unix machine at home so if I want to extract something or unpack the
content, there is no easy way to do that. My question basically is if
there is a way to end up with a zip file? Or are there any windows
tools to unzip and/or extract content from tar.gz files?
Many thanks in advance!
For windows I've used this program for years, http://www.ghisler.com/
Total Commander. Also good for moving around files. Even contain a FTP client.
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