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Unrar-src

Description: Unpacks RAR files, source archive
Download: unrar-src.lha
Version: 3.9.7
Date: 10 Jan 2010
Category: utility/archive
FileID: 5281
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Comment by: ZeroG (91.44.33.227)At: 23 Mar 2010, 15:00File version: 3.9.7
@YesCop
Good work :-)

I don't have added or changed anything in the source to support big files.

Feel free to replace my unrar version (both bin and scr archives) here and on Aminet - or send me the source and i will upload a new version. You can find my emailadress in the unrar-???.readme file.

Just two little things:
1. please mark all your changes to the code with something (i use amigaos4)- it makes it a lot easier to port the next version with big file support.
2. update the unrar-???.readme file (if you replace the archives yourself)
 
 
Comment by: YesCop (86.69.6.181)At: 23 Mar 2010, 01:30File version: 3.9.7
Hi Stephan,
I have just terminated the modification of your sources to add the possibility of extracted big rar files. I comment because I wanted to tell you what to change for next time.
You forgot to replace the struct and fonction stat by stat64 struct and function.
In rartypes.h, I replaced the defines of uint, int32, int64... by include<exec/types.h>.
And to finish, the more vicious errors are not to forgot to add a casting to int64 when needed. I know it is a pity but necessary. I made some tests that confirmed that.

Voilà, I hope that this will help you.
Jesús
 
 

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