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#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use Archive::Zip qw( :ERROR_CODES ); my $File = shift or die "Must supply a file name.\n"; Archive::Zip::setErrorHandler sub { die @_ }; # Make errors fatal my $zip = Archive::Zip->new(); $zip->read($File); my $flag; # Flag if there is more than one "root item", be it file or subdir my $first = ($zip->members())[0]->fileName() =~ m{^([^/]*)/} && $1; for ($zip->members()) { if( # Flag if it's not under a subdir... $_->fileName() !~ m{/} or $_->fileName() =~ m{^\./[^/]+$} or # ...or if it's under a different subdir ($_->fileName() =~ m{^([^/]*)/} and $1 ne $first) ) { $flag = 1; last; } } # Alternatively, you could just... # Flag if any files are not under a directory # (you could still have multiple subdirs extracted) #for ($zip->members()) { # if($_->fileName() !~ m{/} or $_->fileName() =~ m{^\./[^/]+$}) { # $flag = 1; # last; # } #} if($flag) { (my $folder = $File) =~ s/\.zip$//; # Relocate all members into a subdir who's name is based on the zip +file for my $member ($zip->members()) { $member->fileName($folder . '/' . $member->fileName()); } } # Now that we know it's safe, go ahead and unpack it # Normally, would just use $zip->extractTree() but there seems to # be a bug that adds a single . to the begining of all the top-level # files. This, of course, makes them hidden (by default) under *nix. $zip->extractMember($_) for $zip->members; # Or, of course, you could just $zip->overwrite() to save it back.

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