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    Hi,

    I have multipart Tar files.

    If a folder is in the part 2, there is a 0-length file in the part 1.

    Furthermore, there are many files in the root of the tar files, but these files are not in the root, but in another folder.

    Best regards,
    Michel.
    Last edited by mdes; 26-Jun-2018, 01:45 PM.
    Michel Dessaintes
    Modérateur du Forum Francophone & Traducteur Officiel de BC2/BC3/BC4 en Français

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    Hello,

    If you have example archives, please email them into support@scootersoftware.com along with a link back to this forum thread.

    I've tried creating multi-part .tar.002, but when I add this extension and expand in BC4, I'm seeing each individually unpack separate contents successfully.
    Aaron P Scooter Software

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    • #3
      Chatting with a developer, and this may be unsupported/unintended behavior. BC4 does not officially support multi-part tar files.
      Aaron P Scooter Software

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Aaron View Post
        Hello,

        If you have example archives, please email them into support@scootersoftware.com along with a link back to this forum thread
        Thanks for your quick answer, Aaron.
        My files are 6 GB big…

        Originally posted by Aaron View Post
        Chatting with a developer, and this may be unsupported/unintended behavior. BC4 does not officially support multi-part tar files.
        Ok. I took another solution: uncompressing, then using BC4
        Michel Dessaintes
        Modérateur du Forum Francophone & Traducteur Officiel de BC2/BC3/BC4 en Français

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