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ViewLHA x86-aros

Description: Cli tool to show image(s) included in LHA archives
Download: viewlha.i386-aros.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 19kb
Version: 0.7
Date: 27 Mar 19
Author: Mats Peterson
Submitter: Paolo Besser
Category: utility/archive
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
FileID: 1816
Comments: 0
Snapshots: 0
Videos: 0
Downloads: 63  (Current version)
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ViewLHA is a simple tool that executes a command sequence file that
lets you view a graphics file that has been compressed with LhA.
The main reason for using an archive format like LHA, rather than a
packer such as PowerPacker, is to retain the original file's timestamp.
It might be a bit slower, but I can live with that personally.

AROS Version
See notes included in README file.

New in v0.7
    - Check for AmigaOS >= 2.04.
    - Most of the errors returned from function calls are now non-
      critical; the program will proceeed with the next file if any.
    - Added "failat 30" at appropriate locations in the command sequence

New in v0.6
    - Various minor changes.

New in v0.5
    - Now supports multiple files, and wildcards when run from the CLI.
    - The file name is displayed during two seconds before processing a
      file. Mainly useful with extended selections in Workbench and when
      using wildcards in the CLI.
    - Removed the ">NIL:" on the LhA and viewer command lines in the
      command sequence files in order to display the output of the
      programs for diagnostic purposes.
    - A sample project icon is now included.

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