Try to open "http://sstek.vergite...6.4324_ppApp.7z" directly in a browser. You get a message about "Does not exist"
Well, with so much time between replies, did you really expect the file would not get moved or updated in the meantime -- and in this instance, both moved and updated?
I have a clue why re7zip has problems with this 7zip file.
I guess this file is valid test case (it is a 7zip file): http://sstek.vergite....22.0_ppApp.apz
re7zip relies for its extraction code on 7-Zip-JBinding library.
This library only supports 7-zip 4.xx. I guess your 7zip file is made with 7-zip 9.xx.
Now the good news, 9.xx support should be available soon:
Yes, you are exactly correct. All the .apz (and .pgz) files are compressed using 7-Zip v9.20. It never occurred to me to use a version of 7-Zip that was that old (10 years, I think?). I mean, even v9.20 is just over 3 years old.
Good job tracking this problem down. Unfortunately, I have long since moved on to my own solution to the project I had wanted re7zip for -- which was over a year ago.
But thanks anyway. It's nice to know that there's one less mystery; and that I wasn't going nuts ... about this.
Perhaps I would've gotten a faster response had I used as an example like 7-Zip_v9.20_ssApp.apz instead of the CCleaner one?
Edited by The Freezer, 23 January 2014 - 04:44 AM.