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Re: Torpark 184.108.40.206 Pre-release
UPX works well on some of the files, not so hot on others. the NSIS
generated files fail UPX, but this is possibly because of a CRC check.
However, there is great success in compressing firefox.exe from 7MB
down to 2.5MB, when the archive is decompressed. Unfortunately, this
deflated size adds up to an even larger compressed sfx archive, even
under LZMA Ultra. However... if you UPX the LZMA Ultra of the regular
size archive, you get a 100K reduction. Small, but significant over a
I haven't spoken much about it, but does anyone think a self-destruct
button on Torpark would be worthwhile? It would wipe the whole Torpark
application and directories, and kill the processes (and possibly
close the connections, if we get technical about it.)
Saturday, August 5, 2006, 8:23:01 AM, you wrote:
> Hi Arrakistor,
> Arrakistor <arrakistor@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: Will it incorporate as an sfx archive?
> UPX doesn't compress as an archive it only reduces the size of
> .exe's and .dll's. You could compress with UPX then 7zip into an
> SFX to _possibly_ get better compression ratios than either alone.
> It runs via. commnad line and can take wild cards but it doesn't
> do sub-folders so you have to specify all the folders with .exe's or
> .dll's you wish to compress...For example:
> @Echo off
> upx --best -qqq C:\Directory-A\*
> upx --best -qqq C:\DIrectory-A\1\*
> upx --best -qqq C:\Directory-A\1\2\*
> P.S. John Haller uses UPX for all his portable apps.
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