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#1: zip and mac safari

Posted on 2010-10-08 03:30:01 by mreuter

Hi,

does anyone know how to use a php script to zip a folder (with a
subfolder) so that safari can open it and not decompresses forever?

Thanks, Martin


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#2: Re: zip and mac safari

Posted on 2010-10-08 17:09:39 by Nathan Rixham

M. Reuter wrote:
> Hi,
>
> does anyone know how to use a php script to zip a folder (with a
> subfolder) so that safari can open it and not decompresses forever?

if it works in other browsers, and not in safari, then it's either a big
in safari, in which case report it with an offending zip file - or it's
a big in PHP / your zipping process which is handled gracefully by other
browsers but not by safari, in which case report it too.

Best,

Nathan

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#3: Re: Re: zip and mac safari

Posted on 2010-10-08 23:18:37 by TR Shaw

I don't have any problem in this regard.

On Oct 8, 2010, at 11:09 AM, Nathan Rixham wrote:

> M. Reuter wrote:
>> Hi,
>> does anyone know how to use a php script to zip a folder (with a
>> subfolder) so that safari can open it and not decompresses forever?
>=20
> if it works in other browsers, and not in safari, then it's either a =
big in safari, in which case report it with an offending zip file - or =
it's a big in PHP / your zipping process which is handled gracefully by =
other browsers but not by safari, in which case report it too.
>=20
> Best,
>=20
> Nathan
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