Dec 062017
 
Updates zip files from ver 1.10 to 2.04.

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ZIPCVT Converter will change your version
1.1 ZIP archives-version 2.04c. Converts
archives in a single specified directory.
Intended for use on hard drives only.


File ZIPCVT17.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Updates zip files from ver 1.10 to 2.04.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
FILE_ID.DIZ 168 130 deflated
ZIPCVT.DOC 2996 1262 deflated
ZIPCVT.EXE 8304 5118 deflated

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Contents of the ZIPCVT.DOC file



ZIP Converter 1.7
Copyright (c) 1993 Gregory Sherman


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

PKZIP and PKUNZIP are registered trademarks of PKWARE, Inc.


DISTRIBUTION

This is the final freeware version of ZIP Converter. You can upload
it to BBSs, give copies to friends, etc. Please include both this
file and ZIPCVT.EXE when you distribute the program.


E-MAIL

Send questions and comments via Internet to:
[email protected]

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PURPOSE

ZIP Converter will change your version 1.1 ZIP archives to
version 2.04c. The program converts archives in a single
specified directory each time it is run. It is intended for
use on hard drives only. The old archives are unzipped with
the -d option (preserve subdirectories). The new archives are
created withthe -rP (restore subdirectories) -o (set archive
date to earliest file date) and -ex (maximum compression) options
(see PKZIP documentation for more information). ZIP Converter
will convert ZIP files within a ZIP file (one level only).


INSTRUCTIONS

Place ZIPCVT.EXE and the new versions of PKZIP.EXE and PKUNZIP.EXE
in a directory included in the PATH statement of your AUTOEXEC.BAT
file.

ZIP Converter is run from the DOS command line with this form:
zipcvt [-r | -z comment-pathname]

The optional parameter "-r" instructs ZIP Converter to remove
comments from the ZIP archives it converts.

The optional parameter "-z" instructs ZIP Converter to add
comments to the ZIP archives it converts. "comment-pathname" is
the name of a plain ASCII text file that contains the comments.

Examples : "zipcvt c:" will convert archives in drive C's root directory

"zipcvt \progs\libs\bak -r" will do the conversion for all ZIP
files in \progs\libs\bak, removing ZIP comments

"zipcvt \qmodem\dls -z \utils\comment.txt" will convert
all ZIP files in \qmodem\dls, adding the contents of
\utils\comment.txt as comments to all ZIP files

NOTE: Zipcvt does not check for the version of the ZIP files it
converts. Don't convert the same directory twice! It will
do no harm other than waste time.



DISCLAIMER

ZIP Converter is provided "as is". Use at your own risk.
Gregory Sherman disclaims all warranties, including the implied
warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.


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