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Summary:Sample 3 doesn't zip subdirectories & fread warnings.
Author:Richard Martin
Date:2006-06-20 13:28:12
Update:2007-03-10 19:53:14

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Richard Martin - 2006-06-20 13:28:12
Downladed and tried sample 3 approach to zip a dir and it's subdirectories. Did the top level OK but not a glimmer of the sub directories.

Anyone any ideas?

Also got several:
Warning: fread(): Length parameter must be greater than 0. in /home2/....../ on line 39

Didn't crash it but bit of a nuisance - seems to apply to zero size files (surprisingly!).


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Bruce Richards - 2006-11-11 00:07:43 - In reply to message 1 from Richard Martin
Having the same problem without the errors. Root files of folder zipped but no subdirectories are zipped up. Anyone get this to work?

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George Clarke - 2007-03-10 19:53:14 - In reply to message 1 from Richard Martin
OK, here's an interesting one.

I am running on a Windows system with PHP5.2.1. Not only is it not zipping the subdirectories but if there is a subdirectory, the files that are zipped are the ones that come after the directory name alphabetically. In other words, if there is a sub named "aba" and files named aaa.php, aab.php, abb.php, and abc.php, then only the files abb.php and abc.php are zipped. If there is no subdirectory, then they all get zipped.

Anybody have a clue as to the cause of this one??? Would be really nice if this class worked properly.

George Clarke