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I see a couple other solutions but here is mine. Used at work on a linux box to move .tif files but accepts filetype from cmd line argument, so that other types may also be zipped!
#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use Archive::Zip qw( :ERROR_CODES :CONSTANTS ); use Time::localtime; use Cwd; my $dir = cwd; system "cls"; die "\nUsage: <(c)ompress> <e(x)tract>\n" unless(@ARGV == 1 o +r @ARGV == 2); my $opt = shift @ARGV; if($opt =~ /c/i){ print "Running compress routine\n"; GlobFiles(); } if($opt =~/x/i){ GlobFiles2(); } sub GlobFiles{ @_ = glob ('*'); ZipFiles(@_); } sub GlobFiles2{ @_ = glob ('*'); UnZip(@_); } sub ZipFiles{ my $expr; if(@ARGV == 1){ $expr = shift @ARGV; }else{ $expr = "tif\n" } chomp $expr; my $Zip = Archive::Zip->new(); my ($wday, $month, $day, $t, $year)=split(/\s+/, ctime); my ($hour, $min, $sec)=split(/\:/, $t); my $new_t = "$hour-$min"; my $ZipName = "$year $month\-$day $new_t"; foreach(@_){ next unless($_ =~ m/($expr)$/); my $member = $Zip->addFile($_); $member->desiredCompressionLevel( 9 ); if($Zip->writeToFileNamed("$") == AZ_OK) { # Below is used to remove the files once the files are zip +ped AZ_OK #unlink($_); print "$_ written to $\n"; } else{ warn "Error writing $_ to $\nTrying to cont +inue\n"; } } if( -e "$"){ print "Done creating $\n"; }else{ print "No $expr files found in current directory\n"; } undef $Zip; } sub UnZip{ my $zip = Archive::Zip->new(); # Allows the use of +the zip module #my $FoldPath; foreach(@_){ # Searches through each file p +assed to the sub next unless($_ =~ m/(zip)$/); #skips all but zip fi +les print "Opening $_ for extraction\n\n"; #FoldNameCheck($Folder1); die "Error reading zip file" if $zip->read($_) != AZ_OK; # Errors if the zip file is not pr +operly read. ## !! Below is used for foldername. Does return name but does +not make folder and extract to peroperly #FoldNameCheck($_); #sub returnname{ # no warnings; # $FoldPath = shift @_; # } my @members = $zip->members(); # used to view each +item in the zip file no warnings; # needed to keep module errors + from popping up foreach (@members){ # Used to loop through each ite +m in the zip #print "$_->{fileName}\n"; #Used to test if the default + var would work. ## !! used for foldername !! # #my $newname = "$FoldPath/$_"; #$zip->extractMember($_, $FoldPath,$_); $zip->extractMember($_); # Actually extracting file + from zip print "Extracted $_->{fileName}\n"; # Display msg sayin +g completion for each file } print "Done extracting files\n\n"; # Completion mes +sage } } sub FoldNameCheck{ my $Folder = shift @_; $Folder =~ s/(\d+\s\w+\-\d+\s\d+\-\d+)(.+)/$1/; if(-e $Folder){ print "Extracting ...\n"; }else{ #mkdir "$Folder" or die "Error creating $Folder\n"; print "Making folder $Folder\n"; } return returnname($Folder); }
Let me know what you think. Enjoy!

In reply to Re: Zipping Files by mikeock
in thread Zipping Files by Anonymous Monk

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