[MarkLogic Dev General] Combining XQSync Output Package zip files
michael.blakeley at marklogic.com
Tue Sep 7 19:09:22 PDT 2010
No. This is a workaround for java.util.zip limitations. From
> The original ZIP format had a 4GiB limit on various things (uncompressed
> size of a file, compressed size of a file and total size of the
> archive), as well as a limit of 65535 entries in a zip archive. In
> version 4.5 of the specification (which is not the same as v4.5 of any
> particular tool), PKWARE introduced the "ZIP64" format extensions to get
> around these limitations increasing the limitation to 16EiB (264 bytes).
> Zip64 support is emerging. For example, the File Explorer in Windows XP
> does not support ZIP64, but the Explorer in Windows Vista does.
> Likewise—some libraries, such as DotNetZip and IO::Compress::Zip in
> Perl, support ZIP64, while others, such as Java's built-in
> java.util.zip, still lack it.
On 2010-09-07 16:38, Curtis Wilde wrote:
> When XQSync pulls content from the server using only one thread it still creates two zip files. I've tried using 7-Zip to combine the files, but it can't detect the zips as split files. Is there a good way to combine these into a single archive?
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