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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 23602] - Zip task STILL creates zip files incompatible with Winzip
Date Fri, 10 Oct 2003 04:49:07 GMT
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Zip task STILL creates zip files incompatible with Winzip





------- Additional Comments From tsorgie@yahoo.com  2003-10-10 04:49 -------

I used the eclipse directory as an example of the problem on my machine, just 
because it happens to be a directory with a large number of files in it.  The 
source directory i am using has all their plugins in it, and amounts to about 
14,000+ individual files.  This number of files in the directory seems 
sufficient to create the problem.  

I have also recently tested creating a very large zip that contained only a 
few files.  That worked fine in Winzip which further confirms the connection 
between the number of files in the archive and this problem.

Winzip seems to be failing while trying to read some header value in the 
archive that i suppose the the Ant Unzip task is not checking.  

Perhaps there is a checksum, or total bytes value that is provided in the 
archive header which the Ant Zip task mis-writes.  

Perhaps you are using an int variable for a value which can exceed the max of 
an int?

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