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    it seems that it supports many archive format

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    Hello everyone,

    indeed, it does. But why do you mention that? *brainstorm*

    Best regards!

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    Hi, PeaZip supports various archive formats, here you can find a complete list: http://peazip.sourceforge.net/peazip-free-archiver .html

    PEA, which stands for Pack Encrypt Authenticate, is the native archive format, you can find the specs in this pdf: http://peazip.sourceforge.net/pea_help.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vacon
    Hello everyone,

    indeed, it does. But why do you mention that? *brainstorm*
    PEAZIP rocks!
    I like it because it manages all the formats of 7-ZIP, plus it decompress common formats (inclusding ACE), provide nice GUI for compressors and UPX, allow a fast and secure encryption (PEA) and support the best of the new interesting open source compressors (LPAQ, PAQ, QUAD) providing automatic tar creation when required.
    It can run as portable appliaction (standalone - no installation).
    It is open source (I prefer OpenSource, more than freeware) and it can only become more and more interesting for the future.

    There is no other opensource program with the same features.
    Thanks, GiorgioTani!

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    Hello everyone,

    Quote Originally Posted by Gish
    PEAZIP rocks!
    Yes Sir, it really does!
    But if one looks at former postings -> its no news. We already spoke about this marvellous project many times before.
    But good to hear that new members of this forum here appreciate it too!

    Best regards!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vacon
    Yes Sir, it really does!
    But if one looks at former postings -> its no news.
    But Ive just replied to your post asking for *brainstorm* ...

    However, there are NEWS:
    The next PeaZip release will support LPAQ5 and probably new features for encryption (PEA).
    Obviously, I guess there are further ideas and details but they are only known by the author.

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    Hello everyone,

    Quote Originally Posted by Gish
    But Ive just replied to your post asking for *brainstorm*
    which was intended for beeing answered by l1t (allthough not clearly stated by me), because Giorgio Tani is writing member of this forum here, so there was no urgent need for one to point us to PeaZip. So I asked for *special* reasons for mentioning it again.
    And -> I agreed with you! I didnt want to offend you!

    Best regards!

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