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    Question FreeArc compress files @List.lst ?

    Hi guys, I use a compression method by FreeArc file "list1.lst, list2.lst etc" to split a large archive, the problem that compresses only files in all subfolders, and not the root directory with its subfolders and files.
    I give you the example, use this command : arc a -ma9 -ds -lc1024 -ld1024 -di -i2 -ep1 -ed -r -w.\ Data\data.arc -mmsc+delta+exe2+4x4:lzma:max @File1.lst
    inside the archive compressed "data.arc" I have only the files of all the directory and not the structure with subfolders with the files, as normally happens if I use the name of the directory "C:Test\*" in place of "Files1.lst".
    I can not understand how to do to include all folders in the root directory using the option "@Files1.lst"

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    try to simplify your question. overall, listfile contents is just substituted instead of @listfile parameter into cmdline

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    OK then there exists a solution ? the file "@File1.list" contains the complete directory in this way:

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    C:\Test\Folder1\File1,File2,File3
    C:\Test\Folder2\File4,File5,File6
    C:\Test\File7,File8,File9
    if I use this method : arc a -ma9 -ds -lc1024 -ld1024 -di -i2 -ep1 -ed -r -w.\ Data\data.arc -mmsc+delta+exe2+4x4:lzma:max "C:\Test\*"

    inside the archive compressed "data.arc" I get this exact list:

    Code:
    Folder1
    Folder2
    File7
    File8
    File9
    but if I use this with @listfile : arc a -ma9 -ds -lc1024 -ld1024 -di -i2 -ep1 -ed -r -w.\ Data\data.arc -mmsc+delta+exe2+4x4:lzma:max @File1.lst

    inside the archive I have only list of all files :

    Code:
    File1
    File2
    File3
    File4
    File5
    File6
    File7
    File8
    File9


    This is the problem, I hope there is a solution...... Thanks Bulat Ziganshin.

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    i don't understand how it works in both cases so try to simplify your commands and show us the real examples - what are the files on disk, what are the commands you execute and listiung of archives created

    well, mat be the problem is -ep1 switch? read its definition in rar/fa docs, try to omit it to see its effect. you may need to use -dpc:\test to setup base dir, then specify filenames as "Folder1\File1" and omit -ep1

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    Thanks Bulat it all works perfectly, eliminated "-ep1" subtract the membership directory (-dp"C:\Test") and the "@filelist" contains only subdirectories and files of the root directory to be compressed.

    ( arc a -ma9 -ds -lc1024 -ld1024 -di -i2 -ed -r -w.\ Data\data.bin -mmsc+delta+exe2+4x4:lzma:max -dp"C:\Test" "@File1.txt" ).....


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