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Universal Extractor Latest Version - 1.6.1


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All details regarding usage and supporting formats can be found on the main website link above.

Latest Stable Version - 1.6.1
This released is focused on bug fixes, reliability improvements, and component updates. The few new features include:
  • Support for environmental variables (eg., specifying %temp% for the debug file localation)
  • Support for XZ, MSM, and NBH files
  • Improved MSI and MSP support
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Note: Please use the official links provided here instead of hotlinking directly to the files. The backend server will change soon and any direct links will fail.

Changes
Added support for environmental variables (eg., specify %temp% for debug dir)
  Added support for XZ compressed files and txz/tlz archives via 7-Zip
  Added support for Windows Installer merge modules (.msm) via MsiX
  Added support for NBH files via NBHextract
  Added translations for Armenian, Czeck, Persian (Farsi), Serbian, Swedish
  Changed 7-Zip unpacking behavior;
          now attempts brute force extraction only after External PEiD scan;
          change due to aggressive .exe resource extraction in new versions
  Changed Windows installer support (.msi, .msp) to use MsiX instead of msi2xml
  Changed LZMA support to use 7-Zip for extraction
  Changed FEAD support to use PEiD rather than TrID for detection
  Changed following formats to call 7z by name (also see 7-Zip debug comment):
          bz2, chm, gz, tar, Z
          this is mostly for code cleanup; functionality should be the same
  Fixed InstallShield 5.x regression in 1.6 preventing successful extraction
  Fixed bug in extraction of non-TAR LZW compressed files
  Fixed bug that prevented picking files after toggling history option
  Fixed bug in display of history combo boxes when no items listed
  Fixed cosmetic bug in Visual C++ SFX status dialog
  Fixed cosmetic bug in status dialogs due to extra padding by AutoIt
  Removed lzma helper binary
  Removed msi2xml helper binary and MSXML download link on MSI selection page
  Removed Windows NT 4.0 support from installer
  Removed debug output for 7-Zip, arj, hlp;
          buffers output, preventing proper user feedback and input prompts
  Updated success/fail detection to check output directory timestamp;
          can detect cases where files are overwritten, which old method missed;
          will still consider failed if user chooses not to overwrite files,
          or if all files are written to a subdirectory of the output directory
  Updated RPM and DEB support to extract interim CPIO and TAR files
  Updated FEAD support to workaround read-only permission issue
  Updated Zip support to log unzip output and permit minor reported unzip errors
  Updated PEiD detection of Microsoft SFX cab files for more reliable extraction
  Updated some UniExtract window sizes for better internationalization support
  Updated translations for Italian, Korean, Russian
  Updated 7-Zip to 9.13 beta
  Updated AutoIt to 3.3.6.1 and replaced deprecated _ArrayCreate UDF
  Updated InfoZip unzip to 6.0.0
  Updated Inno Setup to 5.3.9
  Updated innounp to 0.31 (supports Inno Setup 5.3.9)
  Updated InstallExplorer WCX to 0.9.2
  Updated MSI WCX to 1.2.1
  Updated PEiD to 0.95
  Updated UnRAR to 3.93

Latest Development Version - N/A

Edited by nitro322, 12 May 2010 - 01:54 AM.



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