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WineRar

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KDE Service Menu

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WineRar
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Link:  http://
Depends on  KDE 3.x and KDE 4.x
Downloads:  4749
Submitted:  Oct 9 2007
Updated:  Aug 6 2010

Description:

This is a servicemenu which allows integration with WinRar via Wine.

Requirements:
* Kde 3.5.x+konqueror OR kde4+dolphin
* Wine (tested with 0.9.46)
* Winrar installed under "c:\program files\winrar\winrar.exe" (Tested with winrar version 3.71)

Installation
KDE4:
Copy winerar_kde4.desktop file to ~/.kde4/share/kde4/services/ServiceMenus/

KDE3:
Copy winerar_kde3.desktop file to ~/.kde/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus/

Usage
Right Click on a bunch of files and go to the submenu "WineRar"

ToDo
* Support for extracting multivolume archives (by now, you'll have to select the second volume (simply go up one level) as winrar didn't find by himself)
* More Translations
* Ideas?




Changelog:

6-Aug-2010
*Small fix in quick compress line and utf-8 strings for kde4 version.

15-Sep-2009
*Uploaded a modified version which works with dolphin+kde4

09-Oct-2007
*First 0.5a Release
11-Oct-2007 0.5b
* Fixed a Bug which prevented to create archives from folders.
12-Oct-2007 0.51b
* Fixed a silly Bug which prevented to use the "Compress..." item, sorry for that.
15-Oct-2007 0.52b
* Extract to subfolders was broken due to the "-iext" option ; Removed and fixed.
* Replaced "\" -> "\\" (solves a compatibility problem with kubuntu, 10x ziavenera)
* Added "Open with winrar"
* Added "Fix the Archive"

Languages:
* Added italian and Spanish Translations
* Added Polish Language (Jarek)
* Added France Language (Tanguy Yannick)
* Added German (Deutsch, de) Language (lu330)
* Added Turkish translation (maidis)
* Fixed some non-utf8 letters in spanish translation.




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 this sucks!

 
 by enkidu on: Nov 6 2009
 
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We got Ark to manage archives, why you are trying to encourage people to use Windows software when we got everything we need to use on Linux? Better install your windows and get off community - yes, I am radical, but your plasmoid is saying "there is no RAR fo Linux, keep Windows software". What next? Install WMP instead of MPlayer/Xine? WinAmp instead of Amarok/QMMP? IE instead of FF/Arora/Konqui? Think, what have you done.


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 Re: this sucks!

 
 by mck182 on: Nov 7 2009
 
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Well...gotta agree. It's a good piece of work, but why use the windows crap when it can't do nothing more (can't it, right?), than the KDE can already do - Ark can handle rar archives just as good as winrar can, including the context menu extracting. I think.


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 rar does not exist for linux?

 
 by Rasi on: Nov 10 2009
 
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thats just plain wrong. of course there is rar for linux. Its a command line tool. wouldnt be more work to create a little kommander script for use with it, than to have a complex wine-based tool...


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 Re: rar does not exist for linux?

 
 by Rasi on: Nov 10 2009
 
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oh.. and i HAVE to mention it... you are seriously working as root in X? thats just one more reason not to use this thing :)


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 WTF?

 
 by thomas12777 on: Aug 6 2010
 
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- KDE ships an archive GUI "ark"
- it supports rar decompression via the free (as in speech and beer) unrar tool (including pwd ecrypted RARs you little RS abusers ;-)
- there's a linux RAR compression tool, but it's neither free in speech nor beer (but shareware)

NOW, THIS IS IMPORTANT:
since the lzma patent ran out, you can freely and legally use this compression (xz tools in your distro)
For ANYTHING (except some media types like wav where RAR uses specialized algorithms - flac is however still superior and the free "FreeArc" uses similar techniques and easily outperforms WinRar by this...) LZMA BEATS THE SHIT OUT OF RAR!

Conclusions:
- if you want to decompress RAR, there's no problem and no need for WinRAR at all
- If you want to compress as RAR... no wait: YOU DO NOT WANT AT ALL.

DO NOT USE THIS EXTENSION, DO NOT USE WINRAR. There is NO NEED AT ALL.

If there's any trouble with rar decompression & ark or unrar, fix ark or unrar.


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 Re: WTF?

 
 by bitcrazy on: Aug 7 2010
 
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Well, this comment is a bit harsh. But I agree with Thomas, that there really is no need to install wine to use winrar in a linux environment. Better would be a servicemenu for the rar shareware version, if someone still wants to create rar archives.

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 Re: Re: WTF?

 
 by thomas12777 on: Aug 7 2010
 
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hehe, yeah i got a little upset, did i? ;-)

so in case:
"sorry antonio, i didn't mean to offend you or your efforts" - though i probably did... :(

however, there is no wrong statement in the above
- compression is simply not "required" (there's "better") and should rather not be encouraged (for legal reasons)
- decompression works "out of the box" and w/o any CLI invocation (just tested, no idea where one could have spotted any problem)

so while there're certainly valid usecases for wine, WinRAR is simply not.


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 Support for 7-Zip?

 
 by k4misiek on: Aug 8 2010
 
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Would be great if you add support for 7-Zip ;)


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 Re: Support for 7-Zip?

 
 by koko2k on: Sep 16 2010
 
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Here it comes:
http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/7zG+service+menu?content=132673


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 Heh

 
 by Intrepid on: Jan 12 2011
 
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I've got nothing against the idea, good thing if it is/used to be more functional than the linux alternatives but, lol, why would you want to operate as root in X? Too lazy to type "sudo"?

Also, isn't q7z already good enough compared to this?


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