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authorLuke Macken <lmacken@redhat.com>2008-04-11 16:29:15 -0400
committerLuke Macken <lmacken@redhat.com>2008-04-11 16:29:15 -0400
commit2f0a8b6d226fa90fdd57bd3e2cb0875b38b9a641 (patch)
tree3756c40d944e02b80d0f4b3405d41eba355668f7 /tools
parent44aa9e977f4a51c05df5af91a73b0f2b87f435e0 (diff)
Have py2exe bundle everything into a single exe. Reorg our tools a bit too.
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-rw-r--r--tools/7-Zip/7z.exebin0 -> 141824 bytes
-rw-r--r--tools/7-Zip/7zCon.sfxbin0 -> 136192 bytes
-rw-r--r--tools/7-Zip/History.txt777
-rw-r--r--tools/7-Zip/License.txt79
-rw-r--r--tools/7-Zip/copying.txt504
-rw-r--r--tools/7-Zip/readme.txt65
-rwxr-xr-xtools/dd.exebin0 -> 342016 bytes
-rw-r--r--tools/syslinux.exebin0 -> 24576 bytes
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diff --git a/tools/7-Zip/History.txt b/tools/7-Zip/History.txt
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+HISTORY of the 7-Zip
+--------------------
+
+ Version 4.45 beta 2007-04-17
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Now it's possible to specify the size of solid block and the number
+ of CPU threads in "Add to archive" dialog box.
+ - Default dictionary size was increased: Normal: 16 MB, Max: 32 MB.
+ - Speed optimizations.
+ - Benchmark was improved (new "b" command in command line version).
+ - The number of DLL files was reduced.
+ - Now it's possible to associate 7-zip with combined types like .tbz2
+ - switch -mhcf=off is not supported now.
+ - If -t{Type} switch is not specified, 7-Zip now uses extension of archive to
+ detect the type of archive.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+ - New localization: Welsh.
+
+
+ Version 4.44 beta 2007-01-20
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Speed optimizations for LZMA, Deflate, BZip2 and unRAR.
+ - 7-Zip now supports file pathnames longer than 260 characters.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+ - New localizations: Bangla, Bashkir, Nepali.
+
+
+ Version 4.43 beta 2006-09-15
+ --------------------------------------
+ - 7-Zip now can use multi-threading mode for compressing to .ZIP archives.
+ - ZIP format supporting was improved.
+ - 7-Zip now supports WinZip-compatible AES-256 encryption for .ZIP archives.
+ - New context menu items for .ZIP archives creating.
+ - 7-Zip now uses order list (list of extensions) for files sorting for compressing
+ to .7z archives. It can slightly increase compression ratio in some cases.
+ - 7-Zip now restores modification time of folders during .7z archives extracting.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+ - New localizations: Armenian, Marathi.
+
+
+
+ Version 4.42 2006-05-14
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Compressing speed and Memory requirements were increased.
+ Default dictionary size was increased: Fastest: 64 KB, Fast: 1 MB,
+ Normal: 4 MB, Max: 16 MB, Ultra: 64 MB.
+ - BZip2 compressing / decompressing now can work in multi-threading mode
+ - Multi-threading mode now is default for multi-processor systems
+ - 64-bit version now supports 1 GB dictionary
+ - 7z/LZMA now can use only these match finders: HC4, BT2, BT3, BT4
+ - Compression ratio in Zip/GZip/Deflate in Ultra mode was increased
+ - 7-Zip now can unpack ISO archives and some installers created by NSIS
+ - Optional "Flat View" mode in 7-Zip File Manager
+ - 7-Zip File Manager now can calculate CRC checksums for files
+ - -x switch with relative paths now affects files specified with absolute paths
+ - New switch for 7za.exe (console version): -slt.
+ "l" (list) command with -slt shows technical information for archive.
+ - New switch: -scs{WIN|DOS|UTF-8} specifies charset for list files.
+ Default charset for list files is UTF-8 now.
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+ - New localizations: Albanian, Kurdish
+
+
+ Version 4.32 2005-12-09
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Bug was fixed: 7-Zip 4.31 didn't work in Windows 95
+
+
+ Version 4.31 2005-12-04
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Small changes
+ - New localization: Basque
+
+
+ Version 4.30 beta 2005-11-18
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Files 7zFMn.exe, 7zGn.exe, 7-zipn, 7za.exe, 7zC.sfx were removed from 7-zip package
+ - 7-Zip now uses uncompressed SFX: 7z.sfx
+ - Sfx modules 7z.sfx and 7zCon.sfx now use msvcrt.dll
+ - Speed optimizations in LZMA maximum/ultra compressing.
+ - LZMA now supports word size up to 273
+ - 7-Zip now reduces dictionary size for LZMA, if you compress files
+ smaller than specified dictionary size.
+ - 7-Zip now can use large memory pages:
+ GUI: 7-Zip File Manager / Options / Settings / Use large memory pages.
+ Command line version: -slp switch.
+ This feature allows to increase speed of compressing.
+ But 7-Zip can make some pause at starting of compressing for allocating large pages.
+ Also Task Manager doesn't show real memory usage of program, if 7-Zip uses large pages.
+ This feature works only on Windows 2003 / XP x64 / Vista.
+ Also you must have administrator's rights for your system.
+ Recommended size of RAM: 1 GB or more.
+ To install this feature you must run 7-Zip File Manager at least once,
+ close it and reboot system.
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+
+
+ Version 4.29 beta 2005-09-28
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Bug was fixed: 7-Zip 4.28 beta worked incorrectly in Windows 95/98/Me
+
+
+ Version 4.28 beta 2005-09-27
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Bug was fixed: 7-Zip 4.27 beta created incorrect multivolume archives.
+ - "Duplicate filename" collision problem between names with ligatures was fixed.
+
+
+ Version 4.27 beta 2005-09-21
+ --------------------------------------
+ - 7-Zip can unpack CHM/HXS (MS HTML HELP) archives
+ - 7-Zip can unpack multivolume CAB archives
+ - Now 7-Zip deletes files to the Recycle Bin by default.
+ Shift+Delete deletes files permanently.
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+ - New localization: Tatarish
+
+
+ Version 4.26 beta 2005-08-05
+ --------------------------------------
+ - LZH format support (extracting only)
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+ - New localization: Ido
+
+
+ Version 4.25 beta 2005-07-31
+ --------------------------------------
+ - 7-Zip now doesn't interrupt the compressing when it can not
+ find specified file as in version 4.24 beta. It just shows warning.
+ - 7-Zip now supports standard selection mode in the file list
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+
+
+ Version 4.24 beta 2005-07-06
+ --------------------------------------
+ - 7-Zip now supports right-click Drag and Drop in Explorer
+ - Command line version now supports short file names (like FILENA~1.TXT)
+ - If there are no wildcard names and there is no -r switch in command line,
+ 7-Zip now checks that specified files exist on disk before compressing.
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+
+
+ Version 4.23 2005-06-29
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Drag and Drop support
+ - 7-Zip File Manager now can copy files from one archive to another
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+ - New localizations: Extremaduran, Malay
+
+
+ Version 4.20 2005-05-30
+ --------------------------------------
+ - No changes
+
+
+ Version 4.19 beta 2005-05-21
+ --------------------------------------
+ - BZip2 code was rewritten. Now it supports 3 modes: Normal, Maximum and
+ Ultra. In Normal mode it compresses almost as original BZip2 compressor.
+ Compression ratio in Maximum and Ultra modes is 1-3% better for some files,
+ but Maximum Mode is about 3 times slower and Ultra Mode is about 8 times
+ slower than Normal mode.
+ - Console version now prints all messages to stdout by default,
+ and if -so switch is specified, 7-Zip prints messages to stderr.
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+ - New localizations: Azeri, Georgian
+
+
+ Version 4.18 beta 2005-04-19
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Bug in v4.17 beta was fixed: 7-Zip File Manager could crash
+ after some operations with archives
+
+
+ Version 4.17 beta 2005-04-18
+ --------------------------------------
+ - To increase protection from viruses, 7-Zip now does not open
+ files with more than 4 continuous spaces in the name.
+ And 7-Zip changes such long spaces in name to " ... " in the file list.
+ - Code size optimization
+ - Some files were moved from main package to extra package:
+ - Plugin for FAR Manager
+ - SFX modules for installers (7zS.sfx and 7zSD.sfx)
+ - New localizations: Asturian, Indonesian
+
+
+ Version 4.16 beta 2005-03-29
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Speed optimization (5%) for 7z / LZMA
+ - 7za.exe now supports .Z archives
+ - -r- switch in command line now is default for all commands
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+ - New localization: Uzbek
+
+
+ Version 4.15 beta 2005-01-25
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Z format supporting (extracting only)
+ - 7-Zip now can extract ZIP archives compressed with "Shrink" method
+ - 7-Zip now doesn't interrupt the compressing when it can not open file.
+ 7-Zip just skips that file and shows warning.
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+ - New localization: Frisian
+
+
+ Version 4.14 beta 2005-01-11
+ --------------------------------------
+ - 7-Zip installer was created with NSIS.
+ Now it installs 7-Zip for all users (under Windows 2000/XP).
+ - Now 7-Zip can create multivolume archives
+ (switch -v for command line)
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+ - New localizations: Breton, Farsi
+
+
+ Version 4.13 beta 2004-12-14
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Switch "--" stops switches parsing
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+
+
+ Version 4.12 beta 2004-11-18
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Bug in v4.11 beta was fixed:
+ 7-Zip created incorrect ZIP archives if file size was
+ from 3.75 GB to 4 GB.
+
+
+ Version 4.11 beta 2004-11-16
+ --------------------------------------
+ - 7-Zip now shows file names during compressing/decompressing
+ - 7-Zip now supports Zip64 extension of ZIP format. So now it's
+ possible to compress files bigger than 4 GB to ZIP archives.
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+ - New localization: Galician
+
+
+ Version 4.10 beta 2004-10-21
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Bugs in v4.0* were fixed:
+ - Some commands in command line with "-r" switch worked incorrectly,
+ so 7-zip could skip some files during compressing
+ - Some other bugs were fixed
+ - Small internal changes
+
+
+ Version 4.09 beta 2004-10-05
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Bugs in v4.0* were fixed:
+ - Renaming inside archives didn't work or worked incorrectly
+ - GUI SFX didn't show extracting dialog at start
+ - Small fixes in 7-Zip GUI (7zG.exe)
+
+
+ Version 4.08 beta 2004-10-04
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Bug in installer for v4.07 was fixed: when rebooting
+ is required, it rebooted without asking user
+ - Small fixes in 7-Zip GUI (7zG.exe)
+
+
+ Version 4.07 beta 2004-10-03
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Big amount of code was changed in this beta version.
+ So don't use it for important data compressing.
+ And test archive after compressing.
+
+ - Unified command line interface to GUI and console versions
+ - 7-Zip now can extract or test several archives in one command
+ - 7-Zip now doesn't interrupt the compressing when file is locked by
+ other application. 7-Zip just skips that file and shows warning.
+ Note: previous versions of 7-Zip had bug, so they can not unpack
+ non-solid and some solid 7z archives with such skipped files.
+ - Command line interface was changed:
+ - now it's possible to use absolute pathnames
+ - syntax simplification:
+ was: 7z a a Folder1\* Folder2\* -r
+ now: 7z a a Folder1 Folder2
+ - now it's possible to use complex wildcard commands, like *\*111*\*
+ - More smart detection of archive type for files with unusual
+ file name extensions
+ - Supporting for RAR archives with encrypted headers
+ - CPIO format supporting was improved
+ - For GZip and BZip2 formats you can:
+ - Compress from stdin (-si switch)
+ - Compress to stdout (-so switch)
+ - Extract to stdout (-so switch)
+ - 7-Zip File Manager:
+ - Split and Combine commands
+ - new list view options: Full row select, Show grid lines
+ - Internal reconstruction
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+ - New localizations: Friulian, Macedonian, Mongolian, Tamil, Thai
+
+
+ Version 3.13 2003-12-11
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Some small bugs were fixed
+
+
+ Version 3.12 2003-12-10
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Now you can select compression method, dictionary size
+ and word size in "Add to archive" dialog box. Also it
+ shows memory usage.
+ - 7-Zip File Manager now contains toolbars.
+ - New "Benchmark" command in 7-Zip File Manager.
+ It measures compressing and decompressing speeds and
+ shows rating values.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 3.11 2003-10-06
+ --------------------------------------
+ - 7-zip now use limitations for solid block size
+ for increasing the speed of random file decompressing:
+ - in Store mode: 0 B
+ - in Fast mode: 16 MB
+ - in Normal mode: 256 MB
+ - in Maximum mode: 1 GB
+ - in Ultra mode: 4 GB
+ - 7z.exe, 7za.exe and SFX modules now support Unicode
+ file names under Windows NT/2000/XP/2003.
+ 7zn.exe and 7zan.exe were removed from package.
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+ - New localization: Afrikaans
+
+
+ Version 3.10 2003-09-27
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Drag-and-Drop from external application
+ - GUI version (7zG.exe) can compress files with absolute paths
+ - Compression dialog doesn't suggest bzip2 and gzip2 types when
+ there are more than one selected file
+ - Optional auto renaming for existing files during extraction
+ in command line version (-aot switch).
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+
+
+ Version 3.09.02 2003-09-20
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Optional limitation for solid block size for increasing
+ the speed of random file decompressing (-ms switch)
+
+
+ Version 3.09.01 beta 2003-09-06
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Automatic compression filter for executable files:
+ dll, exe, ocx, sfx, sys, (-mf switch)
+ - Compression levels in 7z now are:
+ - Fast: 32 KB dictionary, BCJ filter
+ - Normal: 2 MB dictionary, BCJ filter
+ - Maximum: 8 MB dictionary, BCJ filter, max settings
+ - Ultra: 32 MB dictionary, BCJ2 filter, max settings
+ - Updating solid 7z archives now is supported, if it doesn't
+ require repacking solid blocks
+ - -mhcf switch for 7z format now is default
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+
+
+ Version 3.08.04 beta 2003-08-24
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Favorites menu in 7-Zip File Manager
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+
+
+ Version 3.08.03 beta 2003-08-21
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Automatic adding of extension to archive name in Compress Dialog
+ - Some bugs in previous 3.08.* versions were fixed:
+ - Storing columns width inside archives in File Manager
+ - Opening archive inside archive
+ - Quotes in list files in console version
+
+
+ Version 3.08.02 beta 2003-08-20
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Some bugs were fixed
+
+
+ Version 3.08 beta 2003-08-19
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Compress dialog:
+ - Supporting fast compressing mode (-mx=1 switch)
+ - Multi-threading option for Multi-Processor systems
+ or Pentium 4 with Hyper-Threading
+ - Encrypt file names option
+ - New context menu items:
+ - Extract here
+ - Extract to <Folder>
+ - Compress and email
+ - Internal reconstruction, registry using was reduced
+ - New localization: Esperanto
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 32 2003-05-15
+ --------------------------------------
+ - New features in compressing / decompressing window.
+ - "Show password" option.
+ - Some other small changes.
+ - New localization: Valencian.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 31 2003-04-29
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 30 2003-04-19
+ --------------------------------------
+ - 7-Zip File Manager:
+ - Showing .. item.
+ - 1/2 Panels mode switching (F9).
+ - Supporting Bzip2 compression in ZIP archives.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+ - Some optimization recompiling for reducing code size.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 29 2003-04-07
+ --------------------------------------
+ - 7-Zip File Manager:
+ - "7-Zip" and "System" submenus in "Files" menu.
+ - Path history and "Browse" button in "Copy" dialog.
+ - RAR supporting was improved.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+ - Small changes in LZMA code.
+ - New localizations: Hebrew, Vietnamese.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 28 2003-02-16
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Some bugs were fixed:
+ - Updating 7z archives that are larger than 4 GB.
+ - Using anti-items in 7z format.
+ - Compressing empty files with password to zip format.
+ - In max mode 7z now uses 8 MB dictionary instead of 4 MB.
+ - 7-Zip File Manager:
+ - Supporting file comments: Ctrl-Z.
+ - New key alias for folder bookmarks: [Shift]+Alt+Number.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 27 2003-01-24
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Two BUGs in two previous beta versions (Beta 25 and Beta 26)
+ were fixed:
+ 1. Incorrect compressing to non-solid 7z archive
+ when files have some very big sizes:
+ 4 GB, 8 GB, 12 GB, 16 GB, ...
+ 2. Incorrect percent showing in 7z compressing
+ when files are bigger than 4 GB.
+ - Supporting multivolume RAR and SPLIT archives.
+ - Supporting DEB archives.
+ - Supporting old version of CPIO format.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+ - New localizations: Korean, Swedish.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 26 2003-01-12
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Supporting Deflate64 method in Zip archives.
+ - Supporting Rar 1.50 archives.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 25 2003-01-02
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Encryption feature for 7z format (AES-256).
+ - New optional archive header compressing mode (-mhcf).
+ - Archive headers now always are compressed with LZMA method.
+ - Updating non-solid 7z archives without -ms=off now is allowed.
+ - Folder creating and item renaming inside archive now is supported.
+ - Supporting encrypted Rar3 archives.
+ - Supporting Unicode names in Rar3 archives.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+ - New localizations: Lithuanian, Voro.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 24 2002-11-01
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Some internal reconstructions.
+ - -m switch syntax was slightly changed.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+ - New localizations: Catalan, Norwegian, Romanian.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 23 2002-09-07
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Encryption feature for zip format.
+ - Percent indicating for some operations.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 22 2002-08-31
+ --------------------------------------
+ - New program: 7-Zip File Manager.
+ - Command line version now doesn't allow absolute paths
+ for compressing files.
+ - New localizations: Belarusian, Greek.
+ - Bug in FAR plugin was fixed:
+ Incorrect updating when archive has no explicit
+ directory items for file items.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 21 2002-07-08
+ --------------------------------------
+ - RAM requirements for LZMA (7z) compression were reduced.
+ - Small bug in FAR plugin was fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 20 2002-07-01
+ --------------------------------------
+ - RAM requirements for LZMA (7z) decompression were reduced.
+ - New localization: Turkish.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 19 2002-04-11
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Supporting RAR 3.0 archives.
+ - New localizations: Danish, Ukrainian.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 18 2002-03-25
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Compressing speed in 7z format was slightly increased.
+ - New localizations: Estonian, Finnish.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 17 2002-03-03
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Supporting ARJ archives.
+ - New localization: Chinese Simplified.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 16 2002-02-24
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Supporting RPM and CPIO archives.
+ - New fast compression mode for LZMA: -m0a=0.
+ - New match finders for LZMA: bt4b, hc3, hc4.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 15 2002-02-17
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Compression ratio in 7z was slightly improved.
+ - New localization: Dutch.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 14 2002-02-10
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Speed optimization for multiprocessor computers (-mmt switch).
+ - New localizations: Czech, Japanese, Polish.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 13 2002-01-31
+ --------------------------------------
+ - New SFX module for installers.
+ - New match finder for LZMA: bt3.
+ - New localizations: Portuguese, Portuguese Brazil, Serbo-Croatian.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 12 2002-01-16
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Bug was fixed: memory leak in Beta 11.
+ - New localization: Hungarian.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 11 2002-01-15
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Archive testing feature for GUI version.
+ - Now 7-Zip can use more than 256 MB of RAM in all Windows versions.
+ - New localizations: Bulgarian, Chinese Traditional, Latvian, Slovak.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 10 2002-01-11
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Bugs were fixed:
+ - Updating 7z archives in Beta 8 and 9 didn't work.
+ - Unicode version in Beta 9 didn't work in Windows NT4.
+ - Some other bugs were fixed.
+ - New localizations: Arabic, French, Italian, Slovenian, Spanish.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 9 2002-01-08
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Program localization: English, German, Russian.
+ - Additional optimized versions of programs
+ for Windows NT4/2000/XP.
+ - Two new match finders for LZMA: pat3h and pat4h.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 8 2001-12-21
+ --------------------------------------
+ - 7-Zip now supports some zip archives that were not
+ supported by previous versions.
+ - 7-Zip now supports new state (-uw switch) for cases
+ when 7-Zip can not detect whether file is newer or the same.
+ - Supporting anti-items in 7z format for incremental
+ update (-u with action #3).
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 7 2001-11-04
+ --------------------------------------
+ - BCJ2: new converter for x86 code.
+ - Supporting tar archives with very long file names
+ (GNU extension to 'tar' format).
+ - Supporting multistream coders in 7z (-mb switch).
+ - More compressing parameters for zip and gzip
+ in console version (-m switch).
+ - Solid compressing option in Windows version.
+ - Compressing parameters option in Windows version.
+ - Auto renaming existing files feature for
+ extracting files.
+ - Overwrite mode switch for extracting (-ao).
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 6 2001-10-13
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Supporting 7z format in MultiArc plugin for FAR Manager.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 5 2001-10-02
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Creating SFX archives from explorer.
+ - 7zWin.sfx: Windows version of SFX module.
+ - Auto adding .exe extension to SFX archive name.
+ - 7za.exe now supports 7z, bzip2, gzip, tar, zip.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 4 2001-09-15
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Self extract capability for 7z format.
+ - 7z archive format is default for 7z.exe and 7za.exe.
+ - 7z in default mode now uses bt234 match finder
+ and solid compression.
+ - 7z in maximum mode (-mx) now uses 4MB dictionary.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 3 2001-09-10
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Bug was fixed: decompressing .7z solid archives
+ containing empty files.
+ - new 7za.exe: standalone command line version
+ (only for 7z format).
+ - Speed of compressing to Deflate format (zip, gzip)
+ was slightly increased.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 2 2001-08-30
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Supporting the new 7z format with high compression ratio.
+ - -bd (Disable percentage indicator) switch in
+ console version.
+ - Bug in console version was fixed:
+ previous versions incorrectly execute compression
+ commands with non-recursive wildcards in combination
+ with subfolders.
+ - Some other bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.30 Beta 1 2001-05-07
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Speed of reading of archive contents was increased.
+ - Bug was fixed: incorrect showing file names with
+ national charsets in some zip archives.
+ - Now it is possible to compress files larger than 4GB
+ to GZip archives.
+
+
+ Version 2.24 2001-03-21
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Bugs in GZip and Cab decoders were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.23 2001-03-04
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Opening archive items in Explorer.
+ - Context menu for archive items in Explorer.
+ - Automatic adding extension to archive name in console version.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.22 2001-01-21
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Supporting Zip archives containing more than 65535 files.
+ - Speed of Plugin for Explorer was increased.
+ - Searching start position of archive now is limited by
+ first 1MB part of file.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+ - Packet now doesn't contain 7zip.exe, far7zip.reg and
+ far7zip2.reg files. There is new far7z.reg file.
+
+
+ Version 2.21 2000-12-21
+ --------------------------------------
+ - FAR Plugin was improved:
+
+ - Showing process box during opening archives.
+ - Viewing properties of file by Ctrl-A.
+ - Alt-F6 in archive now immediately extracts selected files
+ to current directory.
+
+ - Some bugs were fixed:
+
+ - Entering to archive's subfolders in Explorer by clicking
+ items in main window didn't work under Windows ME/2000.
+ - Decompressing solid Rar archives sometimes gave error.
+ - Console version 7z.exe during list operation incorrectly
+ showed file names with national (non-english) charsets.
+ - FAR Plugin didn't execute some operations.
+ - Showing percents during extracting ZIP archives sometimes
+ was incorrect.
+
+
+ Version 2.20 2000-11-20
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Supporting BZip2 and Cab.
+ - New program architecture with external
+ compression and cryptographic modules.
+ - Decryption support (Rar and Zip).
+ - New console client.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.11 2000-06-15
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Bugs were fixed:
+
+ - FAR Plugin incorrectly processed
+ names of subdirectories that use national
+ (non-english) charsets.
+ - gzip plugin could not compress empty files.
+
+
+ Version 2.10 2000-05-16
+ --------------------------------------
+ - First level 7-Zip Plugin for FAR Manager.
+ - GUI version with integration to Windows Shell.
+ - Compression and decompressing GZip and TAR formats.
+ - Decompression RAR.
+ - Install & Uninstall support.
+ - Some bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.01 1999-09-19
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Small bug was fixed.
+ - Compression ratio was improved for some files.
+
+
+ Version 2.00 1999-07-18
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Release.
+ - Big bug was fixed: previous versions incorrectly worked
+ during compressing with files that were referred by
+ direct(without wildcards) paths, containing subdirs parts.
+ - Compression and decompression speed were improved.
+ - -mx switch (maXimize compression) was added.
+ - Small bugs were fixed.
+
+
+ Version 2.00 Beta 1 1999-01-02
+ --------------------------------------
+ - Original beta version.
+
+
+End of document
diff --git a/tools/7-Zip/License.txt b/tools/7-Zip/License.txt
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+++ b/tools/7-Zip/License.txt
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+ 7-Zip
+ ~~~~~
+ License for use and distribution
+ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+
+ 7-Zip Copyright (C) 1999-2007 Igor Pavlov.
+
+ Licenses for files are:
+
+ 1) 7z.dll: GNU LGPL + AES code license + unRAR restriction
+ 2) 7za.exe, 7z.sfx and 7zCon.sfx: GNU LGPL + AES code license
+ 3) All other files: GNU LGPL
+
+ GNU LGPL + AES code license + unRAR restriction means that you must follow
+ GNU LGPL rules, AES code license rules and unRAR restriction rules.
+
+ GNU LGPL + AES code license means that you must follow both GNU LGPL rules
+ and AES code license rules.
+
+
+ Notes:
+ You can use 7-Zip on any computers, including computers in commercial
+ organizations. You don't need to register or pay for 7-Zip.
+
+
+ GNU LGPL information
+ --------------------
+
+ This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
+ modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
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+
+ This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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+
+ You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
+ License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
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+
+
+ unRAR restriction
+ -----------------
+
+ The unRAR sources cannot be used to re-create the RAR compression algorithm,
+ which is proprietary. Distribution of modified unRAR sources in separate form
+ or as a part of other software is permitted, provided that it is clearly
+ stated in the documentation and source comments that the code may
+ not be used to develop a RAR (WinRAR) compatible archiver.
+
+
+ AES code license
+ ----------------
+
+ Copyright (c) 2001, Dr Brian Gladman
+
+ LICENSE TERMS
+
+ The free distribution and use of this software in both source and binary
+ form is allowed (with or without changes) provided that:
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+
+ DISCLAIMER
+
+ This software is provided 'as is' with no explicit or implied warranties
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+
diff --git a/tools/7-Zip/copying.txt b/tools/7-Zip/copying.txt
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+
+Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail.
+
+You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or your
+school, if any, to sign a "copyright disclaimer" for the library, if
+necessary. Here is a sample; alter the names:
+
+ Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in the
+ library `Frob' (a library for tweaking knobs) written by James Random Hacker.
+
+ <signature of Ty Coon>, 1 April 1990
+ Ty Coon, President of Vice
+
+That's all there is to it!
+
+
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+7-Zip 4.45 beta
+---------------
+
+7-Zip is a file archiver for Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/2003/XP/Vista.
+
+7-Zip Copyright (C) 1999-2007 Igor Pavlov.
+
+Features:
+
+ - High compression ratio in new 7z format
+ - Supported formats: 7z, ZIP, CAB, RAR, ARJ, LZH, GZIP, BZIP2, Z,
+ CHM, ISO, NSIS, TAR, CPIO, RPM and DEB
+ - Fast compression and decompression
+ - Self-extracting capability for 7z format
+ - Strong AES-256 encryption in 7z format
+ - Integration with Windows Shell
+ - Powerful File Manager
+ - Powerful command line version
+ - Plugin for FAR Manager
+ - Localizations for 69 languages
+
+
+7-Zip is free software distributed under the GNU LGPL
+(except for unRar code and AES code).
+read License.txt for more infomation about license.
+
+7-Zip is a free software. However, you can support
+development of 7-Zip by registering.
+For information about how to register 7-Zip visit page
+
+http://www.7-zip.org/register.html
+
+
+ This distrubutive packet contains the following files:
+
+ 7zFM.exe - 7-Zip File Manager
+ 7-zip.dll - 7-Zip Plugin
+ 7zg.exe - 7-Zip GUI Module for 7-Zip Plugin
+ 7z.exe - 7-Zip command line version
+ 7za.exe - 7-Zip standalone command line version
+ x86 package doesn't contain this file.
+ x86 version can be downloaded from www.7-zip.org/download.html
+
+
+ 7z.sfx - SFX module (Windows version) [Compressed]
+ 7zCon.sfx - SFX module (Console version)
+
+ License.txt - License info
+ copying.txt - GNU LGPL
+ readme.txt - This file
+ file_id.diz - Short Description file
+
+ 7-zip.chm - User's Manual in HTML Help format
+ History.txt - History of the 7-Zip
+
+ 7zip_pad.xml - Portable Application Description (PAD) for 7-Zip
+
+ Formats\*.dll - archive format handlers
+ Codecs\*.dll - encryption and compression codecs
+
+ Lang\en.ttt - English (base) localization file
+ Lang\*.txt - localization files
+
+---
+End of document
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