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Create ZIP file by specifying just the folder path name

Posted on 2004-10-01
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Hello,

I would like to create a zip file from PHP just passing the folder path name.

Supose you have a folder called 'Main' and inside of it other subfolders and files.
From my PHP code i would just call something like:

zipFunction('Main');

Does someboby who can help me please?
Kind regards
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Question by:arturmmaia
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Armoghan's last link is the only one that shows how to create a zip file, I didn't look it over, but I assume it works. The other two links just give information on the ZZIPlib library which does NOT support zip creation.
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i agree... although there was no feedback of the author.
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