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Gooeynix 1.1
Sep 23, 2004 12:25PM
Contributed by:
http://www.software.digitalwake.com
Download: 224Kb .tgz Archive

Gooeynix 1.1 is a graphical tool that will allow you to create and manage compressed files and archives, by using the power of Unix. You can create a single file of complex directories (compressed or un-compressed) making it portable across networks (emails, downloads, etc.) and disks (backups to secondary media). You can also compress or uncompress single files or the contents of whole directories. All the files you create are 100% compatible with Mac OS X, Unix, and Windows

New in This Version:

Bug Fixes
- Fixed an intermittent crash which occurred after prolonged use.
- Improved updating abilities within the "tar" command.

Improvements
- Archives are now created from their actual folders. Therefore, when an archive is extracted the original folders appear without parent directories. If the archive is extracted from within Gooeynix, these folders are automatically placed in a folder named after the archive as to avoid misplacing folders.
- Added the ability to re-open the Gooeynix window without re-launching the application, should it be closed on accident.


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