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    Document Press 6.01

    Can anyone please upload here the following version of this program? The website now says "404" and I couldn't find it in Google either I have managed to get the 1.11 version, but it doesn't support CHM.
    Thanks in advance

    This is a copypaste from the old forum:

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    Document Press Version 6.01 Copyright (c) 1999-2006 Igor Pavlov 2006-04-13

    Usage: docprc [<switches>...] [<file_names>...] [<@listfiles...>]

    <Switches>
    -a: Compress files in all non-removable drives recursively
    -b<path>: assign Base directory
    -i[r[-|0]]{@listfile|!wildcard}: Include filenames
    -r[-|0]: Recurse subdirectories
    -t: esTimate compression ratio
    -w[<path>]: assign Work directory. Empty path means a temporary directory
    -x[r[-|0]]]{@listfile|!wildcard}: eXclude filenames
    -opt: Optimize files locations

    Examples:
    docprc *.doc *.xls -r compresses all *.doc *.xls files
    from current directory recursively
    docprc -a compresses all documents in all drives
    docprc -bc: -t -r estimates compression ratio for all documents
    on disk c:

    it supports all compound files and can optimize for smaller size and the "-opt" is new to me but very good ... it can even optimize CHM files..

    the link
    http://www.7-zip.org/alpha/docprc.zip

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    Sorry, the file you requested is not available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nanoflooder View Post
    Can anyone please upload here the following version of this program? The website now says "404" and I couldn't find it in Google either I have managed to get the 1.11 version, but it doesn't support CHM.
    Thanks in advance
    This is a copypaste from the old forum:
    Here you go:
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    i've attached docprc4 (v2004) but its winupacked.. i still use this one as a test.. docprc envoke a system command to recompress the CHM it would in best improve compression from LZX15,16 to LZX-17 but i prefer using a freeware tool called "keytools" here http://www.keyworks.net/keytools.htm look for "recompress" it will increase dictionary size to LZX-18 .. still i could not find a way to reach LZX-21 .. i found a chm file compressed as such but compressing the same file in LZX-18 made it smaller..
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    Quote Originally Posted by maadjordan View Post
    i found a chm file compressed as such but compressing the same file in LZX-18 made it smaller..
    lol maybe there's no point in trying then?

    Quote Originally Posted by maadjordan View Post
    but i prefer using a freeware tool called "keytools" here http://www.keyworks.net/keytools.htm look for "recompress" it will increase dictionary size to LZX-18 ..
    Thanks for that, it was reeeally helpful.
    Last edited by nanoflooder; 18th April 2009 at 18:50.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maadjordan View Post
    i've attached docprc4 (v2004) but its winupacked.. i still use this one as a test.. docprc envoke a system command to recompress the CHM it would in best improve compression from LZX15,16 to LZX-17 but i prefer using a freeware tool called "keytools" here http://www.keyworks.net/keytools.htm look for "recompress" it will increase dictionary size to LZX-18 .. still i could not find a way to reach LZX-21 .. i found a chm file compressed as such but compressing the same file in LZX-18 made it smaller..
    Thanks for the file & your info.
    What is the reason you still use this older v4 ?

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    nothing .. i compred 2004 with 2006 and result was bit-by-bit same so i emailed igor and asked him to open-source the project "docprc" and he replied that he has lost the sources from HDD crash and he gave me the previous info. and i tested "keytools" and it improves size over 99% of my tested cases and larger dictionary works best on hundreds of html files.. i'm very happy with keytools and btw its made by the makers of chm format who worked with MS..

    refer to my old post
    http://encode.ru/forums/index.php?ac...um=1&topic=546
    Last edited by maadjordan; 18th April 2009 at 19:27.

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