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+7-Zip Extra history
  2
+-------------------
  3
+
  4
+9.18                2010-11-02
  5
+------------------------------
  6
+  - New small SFX module for installers.
  7
+
  8
+
  9
+9.17                2010-10-04
  10
+------------------------------
  11
+  - New 7-Zip plugin for FAR Manager x64.
  12
+
  13
+
  14
+9.10                2009-12-30
  15
+------------------------------
  16
+  - 7-Zip for installers now supports LZMA2.
  17
+
  18
+
  19
+9.09                2009-12-12
  20
+------------------------------
  21
+  - LZMA2 compression method support.
  22
+  - Some bugs were fixed.
  23
+
  24
+
  25
+4.65                2009-02-03
  26
+------------------------------
  27
+  - Some bugs were fixed.
  28
+
  29
+
  30
+4.38 beta           2006-04-13
  31
+------------------------------
  32
+  - SFX for installers now supports new properties in config file:
  33
+    Progress, Directory, ExecuteFile, ExecuteParameters.
  34
+
  35
+
  36
+4.34 beta           2006-02-27
  37
+------------------------------
  38
+  - ISetProperties::SetProperties:
  39
+      it's possible to specify desirable number of CPU threads: 
  40
+           PROPVARIANT: name=L"mt", vt = VT_UI4, ulVal = NumberOfThreads
  41
+      If "mt" is not defined, 7za.dll will check number of processors in system to set 
  42
+      number of desirable threads. 
  43
+      Now 7za.dll can use:
  44
+        2 threads for LZMA compressing
  45
+        N threads for BZip2 compressing
  46
+        4 threads for BZip2 decompressing
  47
+      Other codecs use only one thread. 
  48
+      Note: 7za.dll can use additional "small" threads with low CPU load.
  49
+  - It's possible to call ISetProperties::SetProperties to specify "mt" property for decoder.
  50
+
  51
+
  52
+4.33 beta           2006-02-05
  53
+------------------------------
  54
+  - Compressing speed and Memory requirements were increased.
  55
+    Default dictionary size was increased: Fastest: 64 KB, Fast: 1 MB, 
  56
+    Normal: 4 MB, Max: 16 MB, Ultra: 64 MB.
  57
+  - 7z/LZMA now can use only these match finders: HC4, BT2, BT3, BT4
  58
+
  59
+
  60
+4.27                2005-09-21
  61
+------------------------------
  62
+ - Some GUIDs/interfaces were changed.
  63
+   IStream.h:
  64
+     ISequentialInStream::Read now works as old ReadPart
  65
+     ISequentialOutStream::Write now works as old WritePart
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  1
+HISTORY of the 7-Zip
  2
+--------------------
  3
+
  4
+9.22 beta      2011-04-18
  5
+-------------------------
  6
+
  7
+- 7-Zip now uses progress indicator displayed on a taskbar button under Windows 7.
  8
+- The BUG in 7-Zip 9.21 beta was fixed: 
  9
+    7-Zip could ignore some options when you created ZIP archives.
  10
+    For example, it could use ZipCrypto cipher instead of AES-256.
  11
+
  12
+
  13
+9.21 beta      2011-04-11
  14
+-------------------------
  15
+- 7-Zip now can unpack UEFI BIOS files.
  16
+- 64-bit version of 7-Zip now includes additional 32-bit shell extension DLL.
  17
+  So other 32-bit programs can call 64-bit 7-Zip via context menu.
  18
+- Now it's possible to associate 7-Zip with file types without Administrator rights.
  19
+- New -mf=FilterID switch to specify compression filter. Examples:
  20
+    7z a -mf=bcj2 a.7z a.tar 
  21
+    7z a -mf=delta:4 a.7z a.wav 
  22
+    7z a -mf=bcj a.tar.xz a.tar 
  23
+- 32-bit 7-Zip running under 64-bit Windows now can use up to 4 GB of RAM.
  24
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  25
+- New localizations: Corsican, Kyrgyz, Ligurian.
  26
+
  27
+
  28
+9.20           2010-11-18
  29
+-------------------------
  30
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  31
+
  32
+
  33
+9.19 beta      2010-11-11
  34
+-------------------------
  35
+- The console version now doesn't show entered password.
  36
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  37
+
  38
+
  39
+9.18 beta      2010-11-02
  40
+-------------------------
  41
+- 7-Zip now can unpack SquashFS and CramFS filesystem images.
  42
+- 7-Zip now can unpack some TAR and ISO archives with incorrect headers.
  43
+- New small SFX module for installers (in Extra package).
  44
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  45
+
  46
+
  47
+9.17 beta      2010-10-04
  48
+-------------------------
  49
+- Disk fragmentation problem for ZIP archives created by 7-Zip was fixed.
  50
+
  51
+
  52
+9.16 beta      2010-09-08
  53
+-------------------------
  54
+- 7-Zip now supports files that are larger than 8 GB in TAR archives.
  55
+- NSIS support was improved.
  56
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  57
+- New localizations: Hindi, Gujarati, Sanskrit.
  58
+
  59
+
  60
+9.15 beta      2010-06-20
  61
+-------------------------
  62
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  63
+- New localization: Tatar.
  64
+
  65
+
  66
+9.14 beta      2010-06-04
  67
+-------------------------
  68
+- WIM support was improved.
  69
+
  70
+
  71
+9.13 beta      2010-04-15
  72
+-------------------------
  73
+- 7-Zip now stores NTFS file timestamps to ZIP archives.
  74
+- New additional "Open archive >" item in context menu allows to select 
  75
+  archive type for some files.
  76
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  77
+- New localization: Uyghur.
  78
+
  79
+
  80
+9.12 beta      2010-03-24
  81
+-------------------------
  82
+- ZIP / PPMd compression ratio was improved in Maximum and Ultra modes.
  83
+- The BUG in 7-Zip 9.* beta was fixed: LZMA2 codec didn't work,
  84
+  if more than 10 threads were used (or more than 20 threads in some modes).
  85
+
  86
+
  87
+9.11 beta      2010-03-15
  88
+-------------------------
  89
+- 7-Zip now supports PPMd compression in ZIP archives.
  90
+- Speed optimizations in PPMd codec.
  91
+- The support for archives in installers was improved.
  92
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  93
+- New localization: Kazakh.
  94
+   
  95
+
  96
+9.10 beta      2009-12-22
  97
+-------------------------
  98
+- The BUG in 7-Zip 9.09 beta was fixed:
  99
+    7-Zip created incorrect ZIP archives, if ZipCrypto encryption was used.
  100
+    
  101
+
  102
+9.09 beta      2009-12-12
  103
+-------------------------
  104
+- 7-Zip now can unpack Apple Partition Map (APM) disk images.
  105
+- Speed optimizations in AES code for Intel's 32nm CPUs.
  106
+- Speed optimizations in CRC calculation code for Intel's Atom CPUs.
  107
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  108
+
  109
+
  110
+9.07 beta      2009-08-27
  111
+-------------------------
  112
+- It's possible to specify Diff program in options (7-Zip File Manager).
  113
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  114
+
  115
+
  116
+9.06 beta      2009-08-17
  117
+-------------------------
  118
+- 7-Zip now can unpack MSLZ archives.
  119
+- Partial parsing for EXE resources, SWF and FLV.
  120
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  121
+
  122
+
  123
+9.04 beta      2009-05-30
  124
+-------------------------
  125
+- 7-Zip now can update solid .7z archives.
  126
+- 7-Zip now supports LZMA2 compression method.
  127
+- 7-Zip now supports XZ archives.
  128
+- 7-Zip now can unpack NTFS, FAT, VHD and MBR archives.
  129
+- 7-Zip now can unpack GZip, BZip2, LZMA, XZ and TAR archives from stdin.
  130
+- 7-Zip now can open/copy/compress disk images (like \\.\c:) from \\.\ folder.
  131
+- 7-Zip File Manager now doesn't use temp files to open nested archives 
  132
+  stored without compression.
  133
+- New -scrc switch to calculate total CRC-32 during extracting / testing.
  134
+- New -scc{WIN|DOS|UTF-8} switch to specify charset for console input/output (default = DOS).
  135
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  136
+
  137
+
  138
+4.65           2009-02-03
  139
+-------------------------
  140
+- 7-Zip File Manager now can calculate SHA-256 checksum.
  141
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  142
+
  143
+
  144
+4.64           2009-01-03
  145
+-------------------------
  146
+- The bug in 7-Zip 4.63 was fixed: 7-Zip could not decrypt .ZIP archives 
  147
+  encrypted with WinZip-AES method.
  148
+
  149
+
  150
+4.63           2008-12-31
  151
+-------------------------
  152
+- 7-Zip now can unpack ZIP archives encrypted with PKWARE-AES.
  153
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  154
+
  155
+
  156
+4.62           2008-12-02
  157
+-------------------------
  158
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  159
+
  160
+
  161
+4.61 beta      2008-11-23
  162
+-------------------------
  163
+- 7-Zip now supports LZMA compression for .ZIP archives.
  164
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  165
+- New localization: Sinhala.
  166
+
  167
+
  168
+4.60 beta      2008-08-19
  169
+-------------------------
  170
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  171
+
  172
+
  173
+4.59 beta      2008-08-13
  174
+-------------------------
  175
+- 7-Zip now can unpack UDF, XAR and DMG/HFS archives.
  176
+- 7-Zip File Manager now keeps encryption when you edit encrypted file inside archive.
  177
+- 7-Zip File Manager now allows to change current folder from the address bar drop-down list.
  178
+- It's allowed to use -t switch for "list" and "extract" commands.
  179
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  180
+- New localizations: Icelandic, Kurdish Sorani.
  181
+
  182
+
  183
+4.58 beta      2008-05-05
  184
+-------------------------
  185
+- Some speed optimizations.
  186
+- 7-Zip now can unpack .lzma archives.
  187
+- Unicode (UTF-8) support for filenames in .ZIP archives. Now there are 3 modes:
  188
+    1) Default mode: 7-Zip uses UTF-8, if the local code page doesn't contain required symbols.
  189
+    2) -mcu switch:  7-Zip uses UTF-8, if there are non-ASCII symbols.
  190
+    3) -mcl switch:  7-Zip uses local code page.
  191
+- Now it's possible to store file creation time in 7z and ZIP archives (-mtc switch).
  192
+- 7-Zip now can unpack multivolume RAR archives created with 
  193
+  "old style volume names" scheme and names *.001, *.002, ...
  194
+- Now it's possible to use -mSW- and -mSW+ switches instead of -mSW=off and -mSW=on  
  195
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  196
+- New localizations: Punjabi (Indian), Pashto.
  197
+
  198
+
  199
+4.57           2007-12-06
  200
+-------------------------
  201
+- The BUG in command line version was fixed: -up3 switch 
  202
+  could work incorrectly.
  203
+
  204
+
  205
+4.56 beta      2007-10-24
  206
+-------------------------
  207
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  208
+
  209
+
  210
+4.55 beta      2007-09-05
  211
+-------------------------
  212
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  213
+
  214
+
  215
+4.54 beta      2007-09-04
  216
+-------------------------
  217
+- Decompression speed was increased.
  218
+
  219
+
  220
+4.53 beta      2007-08-27
  221
+-------------------------
  222
+- "Test" and "Info" buttons now work for open archives.
  223
+- The bug in 7-Zip 4.48 - 4.52 beta was fixed:
  224
+    7-Zip could create .ZIP archives with broken files.
  225
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  226
+
  227
+
  228
+4.52 beta      2007-08-03
  229
+-------------------------
  230
+- 7-Zip now can unpack Compound files (msi, doc, ...).
  231
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  232
+
  233
+
  234
+4.51 beta      2007-07-25
  235
+-------------------------
  236
+- Bug was fixed: 7-Zip 4.50 beta could not open some .7z archives.
  237
+
  238
+
  239
+4.50 beta      2007-07-24
  240
+-------------------------
  241
+- New switch for command line version:
  242
+    -ssc[-] enables/disables case-sensitive mode for file names.
  243
+- Speed optimizations for AES encryption.
  244
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  245
+
  246
+
  247
+4.49 beta      2007-07-11
  248
+-------------------------
  249
+- 7-Zip now can unpack WIM archives.
  250
+- 7-Zip now replaces incorrect characters in filenames during extracting.
  251
+
  252
+
  253
+4.48 beta      2007-06-26
  254
+-------------------------
  255
+- Encryption strength for .7z format was increased. 
  256
+  Now it uses random initialization vectors.
  257
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  258
+
  259
+
  260
+4.47 beta      2007-05-27
  261
+-------------------------
  262
+- Bugs of 7-Zip 4.46 beta were fixed: BZip2 could work incorrectly.
  263
+
  264
+
  265
+4.46 beta      2007-05-25
  266
+-------------------------
  267
+- New fast compression mode for Deflate method in Zip and GZip.
  268
+- New "Compress shared files" option in GUI and -ssw switch.
  269
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  270
+- New localization: Norwegian Nynorsk.
  271
+
  272
+
  273
+4.45 beta      2007-04-17
  274
+-------------------------
  275
+- Now it's possible to specify the size of solid block and the number 
  276
+  of CPU threads in "Add to archive" dialog box. 
  277
+- Default dictionary size was increased: Normal: 16 MB, Max: 32 MB.
  278
+- Speed optimizations.
  279
+- Benchmark was improved (new "b" command in command line version).
  280
+- The number of DLL files was reduced.
  281
+- Now it's possible to associate 7-zip with combined types like .tbz2
  282
+- switch -mhcf=off is not supported now.
  283
+- If -t{Type} switch is not specified, 7-Zip now uses extension of archive to 
  284
+  detect the type of archive.
  285
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  286
+- New localization: Welsh.
  287
+
  288
+
  289
+4.44 beta      2007-01-20
  290
+-------------------------
  291
+- Speed optimizations for LZMA, Deflate, BZip2 and unRAR.
  292
+- 7-Zip now supports file pathnames longer than 260 characters.
  293
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  294
+- New localizations: Bangla, Bashkir, Nepali.
  295
+
  296
+
  297
+4.43 beta      2006-09-15
  298
+-------------------------
  299
+- 7-Zip now can use multi-threading mode for compressing to .ZIP archives.
  300
+- ZIP format supporting was improved.
  301
+- 7-Zip now supports WinZip-compatible AES-256 encryption for .ZIP archives.
  302
+- New context menu items for .ZIP archives creating.
  303
+- 7-Zip now uses order list (list of extensions) for files sorting for compressing 
  304
+  to .7z archives. It can slightly increase compression ratio in some cases.
  305
+- 7-Zip now restores modification time of folders during .7z archives extracting.
  306
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  307
+- New localizations: Armenian, Marathi.
  308
+
  309
+
  310
+
  311
+4.42           2006-05-14
  312
+-------------------------
  313
+- Compressing speed and Memory requirements were increased.
  314
+  Default dictionary size was increased: Fastest: 64 KB, Fast: 1 MB, 
  315
+  Normal: 4 MB, Max: 16 MB, Ultra: 64 MB.
  316
+- BZip2 compressing / decompressing now can work in multi-threading mode
  317
+- Multi-threading mode now is default for multi-processor systems
  318
+- 64-bit version now supports 1 GB dictionary
  319
+- 7z/LZMA now can use only these match finders: HC4, BT2, BT3, BT4
  320
+- Compression ratio in Zip/GZip/Deflate in Ultra mode was increased
  321
+- 7-Zip now can unpack ISO archives and some installers created by NSIS
  322
+- Optional "Flat View" mode in 7-Zip File Manager
  323
+- 7-Zip File Manager now can calculate CRC checksums for files
  324
+- -x switch with relative paths now affects files specified with absolute paths
  325
+- New switch for 7za.exe (console version): -slt.
  326
+  "l" (list) command with -slt shows technical information for archive.
  327
+- New switch: -scs{WIN|DOS|UTF-8} specifies charset for list files.
  328
+  Default charset for list files is UTF-8 now.
  329
+- Some bugs were fixed
  330
+- New localizations: Albanian, Kurdish
  331
+
  332
+
  333
+4.32           2005-12-09
  334
+-------------------------
  335
+- Bug was fixed: 7-Zip 4.31 didn't work in Windows 95
  336
+
  337
+
  338
+4.31           2005-12-04
  339
+-------------------------
  340
+- Small changes
  341
+- New localization: Basque
  342
+
  343
+
  344
+4.30 beta      2005-11-18
  345
+-------------------------
  346
+- Files 7zFMn.exe, 7zGn.exe, 7-zipn, 7za.exe, 7zC.sfx were removed from 7-zip package
  347
+- 7-Zip now uses uncompressed SFX: 7z.sfx
  348
+- Sfx modules 7z.sfx and 7zCon.sfx now use msvcrt.dll
  349
+- Speed optimizations in LZMA maximum/ultra compressing.
  350
+- LZMA now supports word size up to 273
  351
+- 7-Zip now reduces dictionary size for LZMA, if you compress files 
  352
+  smaller than specified dictionary size.
  353
+- 7-Zip now can use large memory pages:
  354
+    GUI: 7-Zip File Manager / Options / Settings / Use large memory pages.
  355
+    Command line version: -slp switch.
  356
+  This feature allows to increase speed of compressing.
  357
+  But 7-Zip can make some pause at starting of compressing for allocating large pages.
  358
+  Also Task Manager doesn't show real memory usage of program, if 7-Zip uses large pages.
  359
+  This feature works only on Windows 2003 / XP x64 / Vista. 
  360
+  Also you must have administrator's rights for your system.
  361
+  Recommended size of RAM: 1 GB or more.
  362
+  To install this feature you must run 7-Zip File Manager at least once, 
  363
+  close it and reboot system.
  364
+- Some bugs were fixed
  365
+  
  366
+
  367
+4.29 beta      2005-09-28
  368
+-------------------------
  369
+- Bug was fixed: 7-Zip 4.28 beta worked incorrectly in Windows 95/98/Me
  370
+
  371
+
  372
+4.28 beta      2005-09-27
  373
+-------------------------
  374
+- Bug was fixed: 7-Zip 4.27 beta created incorrect multivolume archives.
  375
+- "Duplicate filename" collision problem between names with ligatures was fixed.
  376
+
  377
+
  378
+4.27 beta      2005-09-21
  379
+-------------------------
  380
+- 7-Zip can unpack CHM/HXS (MS HTML HELP) archives
  381
+- 7-Zip can unpack multivolume CAB archives
  382
+- Now 7-Zip deletes files to the Recycle Bin by default.
  383
+  Shift+Delete deletes files permanently.
  384
+- Some bugs were fixed
  385
+- New localization: Tatarish
  386
+
  387
+
  388
+4.26 beta      2005-08-05
  389
+-------------------------
  390
+- LZH format support (extracting only)
  391
+- Some bugs were fixed
  392
+- New localization: Ido
  393
+
  394
+
  395
+4.25 beta      2005-07-31
  396
+-------------------------
  397
+- 7-Zip now doesn't interrupt the compressing when it can not 
  398
+  find specified file as in version 4.24 beta. It just shows warning.
  399
+- 7-Zip now supports standard selection mode in the file list
  400
+- Some bugs were fixed
  401
+
  402
+
  403
+4.24 beta      2005-07-06
  404
+-------------------------
  405
+- 7-Zip now supports right-click Drag and Drop in Explorer
  406
+- Command line version now supports short file names (like FILENA~1.TXT)
  407
+- If there are no wildcard names and there is no -r switch in command line, 
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+  7-Zip now checks that specified files exist on disk before compressing.
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+- Some bugs were fixed
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+
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+
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+4.23           2005-06-29
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+-------------------------
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+- Drag and Drop support
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+- 7-Zip File Manager now can copy files from one archive to another
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+- Some bugs were fixed
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+- New localizations: Extremaduran, Malay
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+
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+
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+4.20           2005-05-30
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+-------------------------
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+- No changes 
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+
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+
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+4.19 beta      2005-05-21
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+-------------------------
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+- BZip2 code was rewritten. Now it supports 3 modes: Normal, Maximum and 
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+  Ultra. In Normal mode it compresses almost as original BZip2 compressor. 
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+  Compression ratio in Maximum and Ultra modes is 1-3% better for some files, 
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+  but Maximum Mode is about 3 times slower and Ultra Mode is about 8 times 
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+  slower than Normal mode.
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+- Console version now prints all messages to stdout by default,
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+  and if -so switch is specified, 7-Zip prints messages to stderr.
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+- Some bugs were fixed
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+- New localizations: Azeri, Georgian
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+
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+
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+4.18 beta      2005-04-19
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+-------------------------
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+- Bug in v4.17 beta was fixed: 7-Zip File Manager could crash 
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+  after some operations with archives
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+
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+  
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+4.17 beta      2005-04-18
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+-------------------------
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+- To increase protection from viruses, 7-Zip now does not open 
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+  files with more than 4 continuous spaces in the name. 
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+  And 7-Zip changes such long spaces in name to " ... " in the file list.
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+- Code size optimization
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+- Some files were moved from main package to extra package:
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+    - Plugin for FAR Manager
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+    - SFX modules for installers (7zS.sfx and 7zSD.sfx)
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+- New localizations: Asturian, Indonesian
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+
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+
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+4.16 beta      2005-03-29
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+-------------------------
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+- Speed optimization (5%) for 7z / LZMA 
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+- 7za.exe now supports .Z archives
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+- -r- switch in command line now is default for all commands 
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+- Some bugs were fixed
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+- New localization: Uzbek
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+
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+
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+4.15 beta      2005-01-25
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+-------------------------
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+- Z format supporting (extracting only)
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+- 7-Zip now can extract ZIP archives compressed with "Shrink" method
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+- 7-Zip now doesn't interrupt the compressing when it can not open file.
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+  7-Zip just skips that file and shows warning.
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+- Some bugs were fixed
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+- New localization: Frisian
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+
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+
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+4.14 beta      2005-01-11
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+-------------------------
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+- 7-Zip installer was created with NSIS.
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+  Now it installs 7-Zip for all users (under Windows 2000/XP).
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+- Now 7-Zip can create multivolume archives
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+  (switch -v for command line)
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+- Some bugs were fixed
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+- New localizations: Breton, Farsi
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+
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+
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+4.13 beta      2004-12-14
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+-------------------------
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+- Switch "--" stops switches parsing
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+- Some bugs were fixed
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+
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+
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+4.12 beta      2004-11-18
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+-------------------------
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+- Bug in v4.11 beta was fixed:
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+    7-Zip created incorrect ZIP archives if file size was 
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+    from 3.75 GB to 4 GB.
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+
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+
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+4.11 beta      2004-11-16
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+-------------------------
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+- 7-Zip now shows file names during compressing/decompressing
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+- 7-Zip now supports Zip64 extension of ZIP format. So now it's 
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+  possible to compress files bigger than 4 GB to ZIP archives.
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+- Some bugs were fixed
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+- New localization: Galician
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+
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+
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+4.10 beta      2004-10-21
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+-------------------------
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+- Bugs in v4.0* were fixed:
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+  - Some commands in command line with "-r" switch worked incorrectly,
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+    so 7-zip could skip some files during compressing
  512
+  - Some other bugs were fixed
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+- Small internal changes
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+
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+  
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+4.09 beta      2004-10-05
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+-------------------------
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+- Bugs in v4.0* were fixed:
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+  - Renaming inside archives didn't work or worked incorrectly
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+  - GUI SFX didn't show extracting dialog at start
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+- Small fixes in 7-Zip GUI (7zG.exe)
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+
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+
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+4.08 beta      2004-10-04
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+-------------------------
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+- Bug in installer for v4.07 was fixed: when rebooting 
  527
+  is required, it rebooted without asking user
  528
+- Small fixes in 7-Zip GUI (7zG.exe)
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+
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+
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+4.07 beta      2004-10-03
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+-------------------------
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+- Big amount of code was changed in this beta version.
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+  So don't use it for important data compressing. 
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+  And test archive after compressing.
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+
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+- Unified command line interface to GUI and console versions
  538
+- 7-Zip now can extract or test several archives in one command  
  539
+- 7-Zip now doesn't interrupt the compressing when file is locked by 
  540
+  other application. 7-Zip just skips that file and shows warning.
  541
+  Note: previous versions of 7-Zip had bug, so they can not unpack 
  542
+  non-solid and some solid 7z archives with such skipped files.
  543
+- Command line interface was changed:
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+    - now it's possible to use absolute pathnames
  545
+    - syntax simplification:
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+        was: 7z a a Folder1\* Folder2\* -r
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+        now: 7z a a Folder1 Folder2
  548
+    - now it's possible to use complex wildcard commands, like *\*111*\*
  549
+- More smart detection of archive type for files with unusual
  550
+  file name extensions
  551
+- Supporting for RAR archives with encrypted headers
  552
+- CPIO format supporting was improved
  553
+- For GZip and BZip2 formats you can:
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+    - Compress from stdin (-si switch)
  555
+    - Compress to stdout (-so switch)
  556
+    - Extract to stdout (-so switch)
  557
+- 7-Zip File Manager:
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+  - Split and Combine commands
  559
+  - new list view options: Full row select, Show grid lines
  560
+- Internal reconstruction
  561
+- Some bugs were fixed
  562
+- New localizations: Friulian, Macedonian, Mongolian, Tamil, Thai
  563
+
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+
  565
+3.13           2003-12-11
  566
+-------------------------
  567
+- Some small bugs were fixed
  568
+
  569
+
  570
+3.12           2003-12-10
  571
+-------------------------
  572
+- Now you can select compression method, dictionary size
  573
+  and word size in "Add to archive" dialog box. Also it 
  574
+  shows memory usage.
  575
+- 7-Zip File Manager now contains toolbars.
  576
+- New "Benchmark" command in 7-Zip File Manager.
  577
+  It measures compressing and decompressing speeds and 
  578
+  shows rating values.
  579
+- Some bugs were fixed.
  580
+
  581
+
  582
+3.11           2003-10-06
  583
+-------------------------
  584
+- 7-zip now use limitations for solid block size
  585
+  for increasing the speed of random file decompressing:
  586
+    - in Store mode:     0  B
  587
+    - in Fast mode:     16 MB
  588
+    - in Normal mode:  256 MB
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