Oscar van Vlijmen wrote:
I tried lzip (32-bits) from ezwinports.
It does work from the Windows command line (cmd.exe).
Thanks for checking this.
I couldn't find anything in the lzip documentation to tackle a tar.
That's right. lzip is like gzip, and does only compression and decompression.
tar is a separate program for doing archiving. This is in accordance with the
software tools philosophy of having different programs for different tasks.
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