Not Sure Who's Bug This Is….



  • Hmmm…… Lzh archives made by P.A. register as corrupt in Winrar. Those made by IZarc and Bitzipper do not. However, I can still open the Lzh archive in any application and it seems to be fine. This may or may not be a PA problem. Just thought I’d let you know…


  • conexware

    We use the latest lha module from ziptv, while WinRar uses older one which has some issues (which were in 9.1 previously), I am not sure if it is associated with that, but it seems likely.

    We could check it out more for 9.2, but as long as it works…

    thanks,



  • If I create a .lzh archive in P.A. and convert it with P.A to .bh (my favorite, if you haven’t guessed by now) the .bh file is always corrupt. I have tried it with several different sets of files. 😕


  • conexware

    @Charles:

    If I create a .lzh archive in P.A. and convert it with P.A to .bh (my favorite, if you haven’t guessed by now) the .bh file is always corrupt. I have tried it with several different sets of files. 😕

    Hi,

    are you converting new file or already existing archive? Since if I simply create new lzh file and then convert it to bh, it works fine…



  • Spwolf: Try these two archives. The first one is an .lzh created by P.A. The second one is the .lzh converted to .bh by P.A. The original .lzh tests O.K. in P.A. but corrupt in Winrar.
    The .bh archive tests as corrupt according to P.A., even thought it was converted by P.A. from a .lzh that P.A. created and said was O.K. Am I making sense? :rolleyes:
    attachment_p_3070_0_test2.7z


  • conexware

    Got it. It has to be something with converter itself since if you simply extract that archive and compress it again, it creates correct bh file (which is what Converter is doing!).

    We will check it out.

    thanks,


 

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