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unzip /d in directory with space in name

Discussion in 'Support' started by David Marcus, Mar 17, 2010.

  1. David Marcus

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    Using unzip /d in a directory with a space in its name produces an error message:

    C:\Junk\foo bar>dir

    Volume in drive C is OS Serial number is 1ce5:1203
    Directory of C:\Junk\foo bar\*

    3/17/2010 7:57p DIR .
    3/17/2010 7:57p DIR ..
    0 bytes in 0 files and 2 dirs
    193,966,182,400 bytes free

    C:\Junk\foo bar>unzip /d \Updates\PHP\php-5.3.2-Win32-VC6-x86.zip
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\dev\
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\dev\php5ts.lib
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_bz2.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_curl.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_exif.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_fileinfo.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_gd2.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_gettext.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_imap.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_intl.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_ldap.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_mbstring.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_mysql.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_mysqli.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_oci8.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_oci8_11g.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_openssl.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_pdo_mysql.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_pdo_oci.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_pdo_odbc.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_pdo_pgsql.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_pdo_sqlite.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_pgsql.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_shmop.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_soap.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_sockets.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_sqlite.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_sqlite3.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_sybase_ct.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_tidy.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_xmlrpc.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ext\php_xsl.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\extras\
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\extras\openssl\
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\extras\openssl\openssl.cnf
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\extras\openssl\openssl.exe
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\extras\openssl\README-SSL.txt
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\go-pear.bat
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\icudt36.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\icuin36.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\icuio36.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\icule36.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\iculx36.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\icutu36.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\icuuc36.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\install.txt
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\libeay32.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\libpq.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\license.txt
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\news.txt
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\PEAR\
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\PEAR\go-pear.phar
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\phar.phar.bat
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\pharcommand.phar
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\php-cgi.exe
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\php-win.exe
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\php.exe
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\php.gif
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\php.ini-development
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\php.ini-production
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\php5apache.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\php5apache2.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\php5apache2_2.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\php5apache2_2_filter.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\php5apache2_filter.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\php5apache_hooks.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\php5embed.lib
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\php5nsapi.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\php5ts.dll
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\pws-php5cgi.reg
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\pws-php5isapi.reg
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\readme-redist-bins.txt
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\snapshot.txt
    => C:\Junk\foo bar\ssleay32.dll
    Indexing C:\Junk\foo
    TCC: (Sys) The system cannot find the path specified.
    "C:\Junk\foo"
    Indexing bar
    TCC: (Sys) The system cannot find the path specified.
    "C:\Junk\foo bar\bar"

    C:\Junk\foo bar>ver /r

    TCC 11.00.44 Windows Vista [Version 6.0.6002]
    TCC Build 44 Windows Vista Build 6002 Service Pack 2
    Registered to davidmarcus - 1 System License

    C:\Junk\foo bar>
     
  2. rconn

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    The problem isn't the unzip, it's TCC trying to index the newly created
    directories. I've fixed it for build 45; in the meantime you can use the
    /Nt option to suppress the error.

    Rex Conn
    JP Software
     

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