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Extract And Compress KDE4

   1.4.4  

KDE Service Menu

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Extract And Compress KDE4
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Extract And Compress KDE4
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Extract And Compress KDE4
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  13630
Submitted:  Jun 28 2008
Updated:  Mar 12 2009

Description:

This is a Service Menu to compress and extract files and folders.

After a long period of not maintaining this servicemenu (Sorry, sorry, sorry!), I'm back to fix some bugs and add translations.
Because of having Ark and it's Service Menu back, I won't add new features or make a huge rework of this one.

Thanks for your appreciation.


Installation:
1. Download and extract
2. go inside the extracted folder
3. execute the install-script (install.sh) and follow the dialogs
4. enjoy:-)

NOTE: The programs p7zip, bunzip2, bzip2, gzip, rar, unrar, tar, zip, unzip and unace must be installed.

Supported languages:
German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese Simplified, Portuguese (Brazilian), Czech, Polish, Turkish, Danish, Russian and Catalan.

NOTE:
If your language isn't supported yet then just do this:
- add your language strings to the .desktop-files
- go inside the dialogs-folder
- add your language strings to the dialog-scripts
- send me a message




Changelog:

v1.4.4

- added detectection for local servicemenu-folder inside install-script (thanks to bitcrazy)
- fixed bug in root-uninstallation
- fixed corupted translation files (thanks to rakekniven)
- fixed non-XDG-Standard desktop-files (thaks to sarhugo)
- fixed bug that doesn't istalled "extrac_7zip_pw_to_folder" as root (thanks to superandrzej)
- added catalan translation (thanks to lesergi)

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v1.4.3

- added russian translation (thanks to peabody for the translation!)

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v1.4.2

- added danish translation (thanks to cb400f for the translation!)

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v1.4.1

- added uninstall-script (uninstall/uninstall.sh)

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v1.4

- added support for compressing multiple files to one archive (by choosing more than one file/folder a dialog appears and asks for a nome of the archive - NOTE: If you choose bz2 or gz and you selected more than one file, a tar.bz2 or tar.gz archive will be created)
- renamed INSTALL.sh to install.sh

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You will find a complete changelog inside the archive.




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 problem fixed

 
 by lazyboy on: Jul 28 2008
 
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the problem with the installer is gone :)
thx


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 Re: problem fixed

 
 by painkiller101 on: Jul 29 2008
 
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Oh, that's fine!

Thank you again for your feedback.


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 Almost what I need

 
 by Damijan on: Jul 28 2008
 
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Hi,

Any chances to enable multi files compressing? At the moment you can choose just one file to compress. You cannot choose e.g. 5 files and select to compress it.

Would it be possible to enhance this great option in menu and add an extra option like 'Select multiple files to compress/extract'?

Many thanks,

D.


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 Re: Almost what I need

 
 by painkiller101 on: Jul 29 2008
 
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Hello,

this feature, beside a progressbar or activity notification, is really a thing i would like to have in this servicemenu, but is also a thing which isn't really easy to do. Until then i limited the number of compressing files/folders to only one.

I'll see what i can do, but don't want to promise too much.

Thanks again for your feature request!


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 Re: Re: Almost what I need

 
 by goona on: Jul 29 2008
 
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Jo, a "real" progressbar would be a "Killer-Feature". But it should be a realtime-thing, and not a bar that roll forward and back again, like in Ark...&...&...&...


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 Re: Re: Almost what I need

 
 by GuSArg on: Jul 31 2008
 
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Mmmm... limited to just one?
Compressing files is not only matter and a tool if we could compress the size of one file, but is useful to compress many files in just one package... So i think is very necessary for a common use.

As well, the progressBar or something that shows that the operation is running, cause imagine a very large file, a common user will not notice what is happening.

Cheers.


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 Re: Re: Re: Almost what I need

 
 by painkiller101 on: Jul 31 2008
 
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Hi,

with the new Version (1.4) multiple file selection for compression is added.
I hope you like it and give suggestions if you want.


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 Installation still no good

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Jul 31 2008
 
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If I run as user and then enter the root password, the thing just sits there.

If I run sudo, it cannot get to all that kde3 stuff it is running. Get rid of that--we are using kde4! I made a symlink so it could find kdesu but the folder dialog did not work and there were other error messages.

Meanwhile, I am willing to copy the stuff manually like before. Please give me instructions.

Thanks.


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 Re: Installation still no good

 
 by painkiller101 on: Jul 31 2008
 
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First of all thank you for your comment.

Btw before you are saying that installation problems exist for you, make clear that you are using KDE3. This servicemenu is espacially for KDE4.
I've done this servicemenu, because a servicemenu like this existed in KDE3 but not KDE4. That's also the fact why I used kde4-prefixes.

But if you want to use this servicemenu in KDE3 just copy the *.desktop files to
$HOME/.kde/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus
and the scripts, including the dialogs, to
$HOME/bin.
For systemwide installation copy the *.desktop files to
$KDE/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus
and the scripts, including the dialogs, to
/usr/local/bin

I hope that this will help you and you understand why i can't remove the kde4-prefixes.


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 Changelog notice

 
 by artemisfowl2007 on: Aug 1 2008
 
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Just a reccommendation about the changelog section.

It would be better, to my view, if you only provided the changes of the last 1-2 versions in the Changelog section. Providing all the changelog makes the project page a bit "heavy". The previous changes can be of course be preserved in a ChangeLog file in the tarball.

Yet, if you really want to provide all the changelog in the project page, the latest changes should be always up. The reason for this is because most users that would read the changelog (including me) don't want to scroll down all the page.

;-)


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 Re: Changelog notice

 
 by painkiller101 on: Aug 1 2008
 
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Thanks for this hint!

It's already changed;-)


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 Re: Re: Changelog notice

 
 by artemisfowl2007 on: Aug 2 2008
 
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Nice. It is much better now :)


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 Thanks!

 
 by amr2205 on: Aug 1 2008
 
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I missed this feature when recently installed kde4, but now we got it!
Thank you very much for the effort you have made!


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 Re: Thanks!

 
 by painkiller101 on: Aug 1 2008
 
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Thank you for your feedback!

It's nice to hear that so many other people missed that.


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 uncompressing multiple files

 
 by rd1381 on: Aug 2 2008
 
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hi
i love your work, but there is something missing , or I am doing it wrong?
When I select multiple files and select extract here it just extract the first one :(
any idea?


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 Re: uncompressing multiple fil

 
 by painkiller101 on: Aug 2 2008
 
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Thank you for your comment.

That's right. Like i wrote into the changelog i just added compression support for multiple files.
Supporting multiple files for extraction is not that goog idea.

First szenario:
By choosing more than one archive the servicemenu appears for the first one, which is f.e. a tar.gz-archive. If the second one is a zip-archive the script, which is executed by the servicemenu, would first extract the tar-gz one and then the zip archive. But this script can't extract zip archives, because it uses the tar-command.

Second szenario:
I could also remove the limitation of only one file and let every selected archive extract after the other. This sounds not bad, but if you choose f.e. 10 archives to extract, a Dialog, which says that the extraction is done, will appear 10 times and doesn't look very good.

Because of these problems i decided to limit the number of simultan extractions to one file.
If you like the second szenario look inside your servicemenu directory to edit the files extract_***.desktop and change the "%F" to "%f".
Try it out and give me your feedback.

Thank you in advance.


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