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    UHARC

    Can Anybody Explain To Me How To Use UHARC ?

    I Am Completely New To Compression Software I Thought I Would Ask The Experts

    Thanks OpNf ViRuS

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    You can try to use GUI http://klaimsoft.com/winuha/

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    Yeah Thats What I Currently Use But I Was Just Seeing If Anyone Could Tell Me How To Use The Command Line/Notepad Version (dll) ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OpNf ViRuS View Post
    Yeah Thats What I Currently Use But I Was Just Seeing If Anyone Could Tell Me How To Use The Command Line/Notepad Version (dll) ?
    To add all the files in the current directory to the archive my_archive.uha:

    Code:
    uharc a -mx my_archive.uha *.*
    "-mx" is for PPM mode which usually gives best compression, alternatives are "-m3" and "-mz" which are faster but give worse compression. You can also leave the ".uha" extension away, you can use (multiple) filenames instead of the filemask and you can exclude files by prepending "!" to the filename/filemask.

    To add all the files in the current directory and subdirectories, add "-pr -r+":

    Code:
    uharc a -mx -pr -r+ my_archive.uha *.*
    To extract the files from the archive, just do:

    Code:
    uharc x my_archive.uha
    Advanced settings:

    "-md32768" gives slightly better compression, "-b65536" gives more speed for large file collection, "-d2" adds nice verbosity:

    Code:
    uharc a -md32768 -b65536 -d2 -mx my_archive.uha *.*
    I use this for a batch file named "uha.bat" that contains this:

    Code:
    uharc a -md32768 -b65536 -d2 -mx %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9
    It makes things a bit easier:

    Code:
      uha my_archive *.*
      uha -pr -r+ my_subdir_archive *.*
      uharc x my_archive
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    Thanks schnaader

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    Would This Be A Good Command For Me To Use ?

    uharc a -aeH+S+ -ed+ -mx -md32768 -mm+ -op -y- -r+ "compressed.uha"

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    Quote Originally Posted by OpNf ViRuS View Post
    Would This Be A Good Command For Me To Use ?

    uharc a -aeH+S+ -ed+ -mx -md32768 -mm+ -op -y- -r+ "compressed.uha"
    "-aeH+S+" can be written as "-aeHS", too, the plus signs aren't needed. Note that this is an exclusion mask, so this compresses all files, but not the hidden and the system files. If you want to compress all files and all hidden/system files, don't use "-ae" at all.

    "-mm+" is a default setting, so you don't need to use it, the same for "-op" and "-y-".

    So I would propose this command line that should do exactly the same:

    uharc a -aeHS -ed+ -mx -md32768 -r+ "compressed.uha"
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    And Is Uharc v0.6b Or Any Version Compatible For Windows 7 ?

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