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Zipping a folder

Posted on 2003-12-08
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How can I zip a folder in Delphi? Can anybody help me as soon as possible? (I need this immediately)
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try downloading this component  http://www.torry.net/compresspacks.htm
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Which component? I see a lot of component in this link?
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by:aerokevs
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use a third party software named pkzip and run it using the shellexcute wiht
pkzip -rP option
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