ZIP's informative output

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#1
Are these as intended?

Code:
<= E:\Users\vefatica\Desktop\4Plugins\X64\4utils64.dll
<= E:\Users\vefatica\Desktop\4Plugins\4utils.txt
It would be more informative (and more consistent with other commands) if they were prefixed with the zipfile name.

Code:
4utils64.zip <= E:\Users\vefatica\Desktop\4Plugins\X64\4utils64.dll
4utils64.zip <= E:\Users\vefatica\Desktop\4Plugins\4utils.txt
 

rconn

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#2
> Are these as intended?
Yes.


> It would be more informative (and more consistent with other commands)
> if they were prefixed with the zipfile name.
The zip file name is already known (and displayed on the command line), so
IMO that isn't particularly useful. (It also takes up a lot of space, and
will cause the line to wrap on subdirectory zips.)

(In the case of the other commands, the target name changes. In ZIP, it
doesn't.)

Rex Conn
JP Software