UnAce - because sometimes, size does matter...
When you want to compress your files, you should be looking for a tool that offers excellent performance in three categories:
· compression ratio
· compression speed
A compression tool that crunches the last free bit from your data, but takes twice to ten times longer for compressing and - even worse - for extracting your data probably will not work for you - or your customers.
On the other hand, a compression tool that deflates your files as quick as lightning but leaves a lot of "air" in the compressed file will not take you far either.
So you are most likely looking for a versatile tool that:
· blends both compression speed and power in an intuitive interface
· gives you quick and convenient access to your archives during your everyday work
· but also allows you to use all the extra features for professional file distribution - like password protection, disk-spanning archives or the possibility to create self-extracting archives?
Well, look no further. We would like to invite you to take a closer look at WinAce, the new companion for your archiving needs.
Here are some key features of "UnAce":
· compression of the following formats: ACE, ZIP, LHA, MS-CAB, JAVA JAR
· decompression of: ACE, ZIP, LHA, MS-CAB, RAR, ARC, ARJ, GZip, TAR, ZOO, JAR
· multi-volume (disk spanning) archives for ACE, ZIP, CAB
· self-extracting archives (SFX) for ACE and ZIP
· password encryption & recovery records for data protection
· Integrity check for ACE, ZIP, LHA, MS-CAB, RAR, ARC, ARJ, GZip, TAR, ZOO, JAR
· Repair functionality for ACE and ZIP archives
· Authenticity verification for ACE archives
· comment files in HTML, ANSI or ASCII for ACE- and ZIP-Archives
· full command line access (compatible with DOS ACE)
· detailed information for all archive types
· Quickviewer for graphic files, Word Documents, HTML pages and ASCII files
· full drag&drop support
· complete file-management (copying, moving and deleting of files and directories)
· optimization of existing archives
· access to your archives in Windows Explorer and via the context menu (shell extension)
· table of contents in the "Properties" panel of ACE and ZIP files (shell extension)
· ... and so much more!
UNACE < command > [-< sw1 > ...] < archive > [< base_dir >] [< files >/@< filelist >]
< Commands > t Test archive integrity
e Extract files v List archive (verbose)
l List archive x Extract files with full path
< Switches > (default) (default)
c[-] Show comments (+) p Set password
f[-] Full path matching (-) y[-] Assume yes on all queries (-)
o[-] Overwrite files (-)
x< files/@list > Exclude < files > or files in < list > from process