Published by Chilkat Software, Inc. on 15 Apr 2010
"Chilkat Zip Compression .NET Class / Assembly"Affordable, advanced Zip .NET Component with many features:
Open a Zip on the
Open and read or unzip the contents of a Zip file from a URL.
is Supported. Create or open/decrypt password-protected Zips.
you to open a Zip that is stored in your program's memory.
This was created to allow
programs to access Zips loaded from sources such as a database
(an Oracle BLOB for
Includes a robust set of events that allow you to
closely monitor the
progress while zipping and unzipping.
Has the ability to abort
any zip or unzip
operation while in progress.
AES Encryption Encrypt your data
using up to 256-bit
AES encryption. Also supports Blowfish and Twofish encryption
ZIPs into EXEs Embed ZIP files directly into EXEs, and access
them from your program.
The ZIP is embedded as a named resource, and any number of
ZIPs can be embedded in
a single EXE.
Create Self-Extracting EXEs Works with the
Chilkat Zip 2 Secure EXE
utility to access ZIPs embedded in EXEs created by that
Unzip Newer Unzips
files based on last-modification time.
Exclude files matching wildcarded
filenames, such as "*.log".
Existing Zip Component
Create New ZIPs
Create new ZIPs from existing files, memory data, or
other existing ZIPs.
Files in ZIPs Remove specific files within a ZIP.
Entire Directories Recursively
descend directories to ZIP everything.
to ZIPs Adds files to existing
Merge ZIPs Merge any number of ZIPs into one
Unzip Unzip and auto-create
directories as needed.
Unzip Matching Unzip
only files matching a wildcarded pattern.
Access to Compressed Data Directly access
the data in its compressed format.
Compression/Decompression Use ZIP compression
without ever writing files.
Conversion and Back Allows direct access
to data within files in the ZIP.
What's new in this version: AES Encryption & Self-Extracting EXE
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