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    Zip files and folders

    Hey.

    I tried Directory Packer, Zip Object, Archive Object to zip stuff. And only the archive object would work with files (only ansi paths :/) and creating empty folders. I never figured out how to zip a whole folder with its files and subfolders. Archive Object does not support unicode paths at all, though it says it does..

    Does anyone have an idea or a working example on how to zip files and folders?

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    Well I did it recently by just looping through all the files in the folder I wanted to zip and just added the files instead one by one.

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    Also, don't forget to close your zip after adding (cannot remember which zip ext. required it) maybe both did... long time since I tried it.
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