Daniel O - 2008-02-14 16:30:22 - In reply to message 1 from Josué
I am having the same difficulty. When I download on Windows it works fine. Then I move the file to a mac and it gives me a decompression error.
However, if I use StuffIt, the file opens perfectly! I also tried downloading it directly from the site and I get the same errors. This has nothing to do with the PHP headers.
Is the ZIP file encrypted at all? Is there some HEX that needs to be changed. I tried analyzing the HEX from a Mac created file and the PHP created file and there are a lot of differences, but none of them seem to be significant. Any ideas? I need this to open in the default Archive Utility on a mac.
David Klanac - 2009-06-26 01:35:32 - In reply to message 8 from licinio
Yep. Windows and the shell 'unzip' binary in linux and mac osx is happy with the generated zip files. It's definitely a problem with the StuffIt Expander that is used by default on Leopard clients to extract zip files. Is there anything that can be done to fix this problem?
Here are my console messages in Leopard when trying to use the default extractor:
6/25/09 9:34:33 PM Archive Utility NSExceptionHandler has recorded the following exception:
NSFileHandleOperationException -- *** -[NSConcreteFileHandle writeData:]: Broken pipe
Stack trace: 0xa819a 0x91120e3b 0x906ffe8b 0x906ffeca 0x9543eed3 0x953c24db 0x1a242 0x14cd7 0x95329e0d 0x953299b4 0x90435155 0x90435012
6/25/09 9:34:33 PM Archive Utility failed to write to /usr/bin/ditto