XArchive is a generic front end for archives that uses external wrappers around the command line tools. XArchive checks it's wrapper directory when it starts, consulting each wrapper found to see what file types are supported.
Thus, a new archive format can easily be supported by just writing a wrapper for it and dropping it in the wrappers directory.
Currently there are bash shell wrappers for: rar, tar, zip, and ace
(ace supported using unace, so only reading and extracting available).
These can easily be copied and modified to have xarchive support other command line tools and file types without having to touch xarchive at all.
What's New in This Release:
· This version supports adding files to an archive using Drag 'n Drog, and has a few GUI clean ups.