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CABARC

Packs file into cabinet archive (.CAB) or extracts them from it.

Syntax:

CABARC [options] command cabfile [@list] [files] [destination]

Command – tells CABARC what to do. There are three supported commands:

Options  ‑ additional options for packing, viewing and extracting files:

Cabfile – cabinet archive to be created, viewed or extracted, with the path to it.

@List – text file with the list of files to be added to the archive, one per line. May include wildcards (?, *). You can use any amount of list files.

Files ‑ list of files to be added to the archive. May include wildcards (?, *).

Destination – the destination folder for extracted files.

Usage:

All options must be typed before the command N, L or X.

If file name or path in the list of files contains spaces, it must be quoted.

You can add + sing to file name to tell CABARC to start a new folder from this file.

CABARC  does not check file list for duplicates.

Examples:

Archive some files:

Cabarc n mycab.cab file1.exe file2.bmp file3.txt @somelist.txt

Extract an archive:

Cabarc x mycab.cab c:\DestDir

 

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