> well i've been giving puzip.c64 a good run - having problems with > 128 setup :-< Yeah, a bug had crept in where C128 with non-burst capable devices only compressed the first file correctly, all others became one byte (or 255) in size. > anyway i've found out that it won't tackle seq files - is it > just on my 8250 ? The newest version tacks ",s" to the end of the filename for seq files (and ",u" for usr, ",r" for rel) to fix this. Currently no space is reserved for these extra chars so the filename size should be max 14 characters. This will be fixed for the next version. > looks as though lynx isn't dead for me just yet ! PuZip is still work on progress. Releasing a new version each day is definitely something I wouldn't like to do normally. But at least by using it you will find the things that need improvement. -Pasi -- "Is there something wrong?" "Something: no. Everything: yes. Conspiracies require more than one person. And there's no one here I trust. Come quickly, Vir, we have much to do." -- Vir and Londo in Babylon 5:"The Hour of the Wolf" - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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