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MakeCAB: Create CAB archives from lists of files

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makecab 1.0BSD License4.0Files and Folders, Compression
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This class can be used to create packed archives in the CAB (Microsoft Cabinet) format.

It can add a CAB archive files, directories or even files from remote Web servers.

The generated CAB archive is written to a given file.

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CAB (Cabinet) files are often used by Microsoft to distribute software that has many files split over multiple archives.

This class provides a pure PHP solution to create CAB archives from a given list of files.

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Accessible without login Plain text file MakeCAB.class Class Primary Class file
Plain text file example Example An example of MakeCab use

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very nice :)
5 years ago (Aleksandar Zivanovic)
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Great job - exactly what I was looking for! Thanks man!
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Works like a charm :-)
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