Download multiple files without zip?

I want to download several files from a Sharepoint folder to my hard drive. When I select several files to download, it compresses them automatically, but our IT department does not allow zip files, so nothing happens. The same happens if I choose to download a folder. I can download each file individually without problem.

How can I download many files at once without zip?

zip – Do you read gzip files in nimlang?

I've been trying to learn nimlang because it seems that it has a lot of potential to integrate with Python simply, but I'm a Windows guy. The script I am trying to compile is simple:

import zip/gzipfiles  # Import zip package

block:
  let vcf = newGzFileStream("test.txt.gz")  # Open gzip file
  var line: string  # Declare line variable

  # Loop over each line in the file
  while not vcf.atEnd():
    line = vcf.readLine()
    echo line

Using a test file that I compressed called & # 39; test.txt.gz & # 39 ;:

this
is
gzipped

It compiles correctly in the Windows Linux and regular Linux subsystem:

bub@bubs-surface-book-2:/mnt/c/Users/bubth/Development/nim$ nim c read_gzip.nim
Hint: used config file '/etc/nim.cfg' (Conf)
Hint: system (Processing)
Hint: read_gzip (Processing)
Hint: gzipfiles (Processing)
Hint: os (Processing)
Hint: strutils (Processing)
Hint: parseutils (Processing)
Hint: math (Processing)
Hint: algorithm (Processing)
Hint: times (Processing)
Hint: posix (Processing)
Hint: ospaths (Processing)
Hint: zlib (Processing)
Hint: streams (Processing)
CC: read_gzip
Hint:  (Link)
Hint: operation successful (22504 lines compiled; 0.634 sec total; 35.035MiB peakmem; Debug Build) (SuccessX)
bub@bubs-surface-book-2:/mnt/c/Users/bubth/Development/nim$ ./read_gzip
asdf
1234
test
this
works
bub@bubs-surface-book-2:/mnt/c/Users/bubth/Development/nim$

But on Windows, it is compiled but does not know how to use the zlib dll:

PS C:UsersbubthDevelopmentnim> nim c .read_gzip.nim
Hint: used config file 'C:Usersbubthscoopappsnimcurrentconfignim.cfg' (Conf)
Hint: system (Processing)
Hint: widestrs (Processing)
Hint: io (Processing)
Hint: read_gzip (Processing)
Hint: gzipfiles (Processing)
Hint: os (Processing)
Hint: strutils (Processing)
Hint: parseutils (Processing)
Hint: math (Processing)
Hint: bitops (Processing)
Hint: macros (Processing)
Hint: algorithm (Processing)
Hint: unicode (Processing)
Hint: pathnorm (Processing)
Hint: osseps (Processing)
Hint: winlean (Processing)
Hint: dynlib (Processing)
Hint: times (Processing)
Hint: options (Processing)
Hint: typetraits (Processing)
Hint: time_t (Processing)
Hint: zlib (Processing)
Hint: streams (Processing)
Hint:  (Link)
Hint: operation successful (37181 lines compiled; 0.921 sec total; 46.852MiB peakmem; Debug Build) (SuccessX)
PS C:UsersbubthDevelopmentnim> .read_gzip.exe
could not load: zlib1.dll
PS C:UsersbubthDevelopmentnim>

I tried to install zlib through https://github.com/microsoft/vcpkg but even after touring and "linking" things successfully, it doesn't find the libraries. I swear I'm not stupid, but what am I missing? Is there any special way to bring those packages to Windows in a way that you will quickly recognize?

Restrict shipping according to zip codes available in Magento 2

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Hi, I have a custom module, see the image above. I am trying not to show any shipping method to the customer when the available shipping is set to no but it does not work where the cod works well.
can i get some solution for this thanks

Haskell creating a greedy zip function

I am trying to implement a greedy zip method in Haskell where you do not release the elements, but will use some default value. I appreciate any comments to make it more compact.

zip' (-1) () r = r
zip' () (-1) r = r

zip' () b r  = zip' (-1) b r
zip' a () r  = zip' a (-1) r

zip' a b r  = (xa, xb) : (zip' xsa xsb r)
  where
    (xa: xsa) = a
    (xb: xsb) = b

main = do
  let l1 = (1, 2, 3)
  let l2 = (3, 4)
  print (zip' l1 l2 ())
  --  expected: ((1,3),(2,4),(3,-1))

you cannot extract the window compress the Zip file using the Drupal extraction function in druapl 8

When I use 7zip software to compress the folder, it works fine when I extract this through drupal code 8. But the same thing when I do it by compressed zip of window s / w does not work for me.

W / ziparchive Zip: X bites cannot be assigned at offset 0: there is no space left on the device while the factory image is displayed on the fisherman (Nexus 6P)

I was trying to make a factory flash image on the fisherman on my Nexus 6P. There are some No space left on device error:

./flash-all.sh # added set -x to script
+ fastboot flash bootloader bootloader-angler-angler-03.68.img
target reported max download size of 494927872 bytes
sending 'bootloader' (3544 KB)...
OKAY (  0.127s)
writing 'bootloader'...
OKAY (  0.208s)
finished. total time: 0.335s
+ fastboot reboot-bootloader
rebooting into bootloader...
OKAY (  0.022s)
finished. total time: 0.073s
+ sleep 5
+ fastboot flash radio radio-angler-angler-03.81.img
< waiting for any device >
target reported max download size of 494927872 bytes
sending 'radio' (48728 KB)...
OKAY (  1.283s)
writing 'radio'...
OKAY (  2.174s)
finished. total time: 3.457s
+ fastboot reboot-bootloader
rebooting into bootloader...
OKAY (  0.022s)
finished. total time: 0.072s
+ sleep 5
+ fastboot -w update image-angler-n2g48c.zip
extracting android-info.txt (0 MB)...
extracting boot.img (12 MB)...
target reported max download size of 494927872 bytes
archive does not contain 'boot.sig'
archive does not contain 'dtbo.img'
archive does not contain 'dt.img'
extracting recovery.img (17 MB)...
archive does not contain 'recovery.sig'
extracting system.img (2727 MB)...
W/ziparchive(66399): Zip: unable to allocate  2860210996 bytes at offset 0 : 
   No space left on device
failed to extract 'system.img': I/O error

(space inserted by myself for better readability)

I guess this lacks space on the phone.

shell@angler: $ df -h                                                  
Filesystem                Size      Used Available Use% Mounted on
tmpfs                     1.4G    484.0K      1.4G   0% /dev
tmpfs                     1.4G         0      1.4G   0% /mnt
/dev/block/dm-0           3.0G      1.8G      1.1G  62% /system
/dev/block/dm-1         196.6M    184.7M      8.0M  96% /vendor
/dev/block/platform/soc.0/f9824900.sdhci/by-name/cache
                         92.9M      1.8M     88.0M   2% /cache
/dev/block/platform/soc.0/f9824900.sdhci/by-name/persist
                          3.9M    740.0K      3.0M  20% /persist
/dev/block/platform/soc.0/f9824900.sdhci/by-name/modem
                         80.0M     47.5M     32.4M  59% /firmware
tmpfs                     1.4G         0      1.4G   0% /storage
/dev/block/dm-2          53.5G    132.9M     52.9G   0% /data
df: /mnt/runtime/default/emulated: Permission denied
/data/media              53.5G    132.9M     52.9G   0% /storage/emulated

Using fastboot version 1:8.1.0+r23-5 from Debian, Android is angler:8.1.0.

Any idea what the problem could be?

Searching the sources, it fails in static void* unzip_file(ZipArchiveHandle zip, const char* entry_name, int64_t* sz)

int error = ExtractToMemory(zip, &zip_entry, data, zip_entry.uncompressed_length);
if (error != 0) {
    fprintf(stderr, "failed to extract '%s': %sn", entry_name, ErrorCodeString(error));
    free(data);
    return 0;
}

https://android.googlesource.com/platform/system/core/+/android-8.1.0_r73/fastboot/fastboot.cpp#505

or in static int unzip_to_file(ZipArchiveHandle zip, const char* entry_name)

int error = ExtractEntryToFile(zip, &zip_entry, fd);
if (error != 0) {
    fprintf(stderr, "failed to extract '%s': %sn", entry_name, ErrorCodeString(error));
    return -1;
}

https://android.googlesource.com/platform/system/core/+/android-8.1.0_r73/fastboot/fastboot.cpp#628

TO UPDATE: It seems that it is really lack of space on the laptop. He previously had about 8 GB, which he considered sufficient. After having 17 GB and trying to update different images image-angler-nmf26f.zip, I received a different error (probably related /tmp being tmpfs):

strace -o strace.log fastboot -w update image-angler-nmf26f.zip
extracting android-info.txt (0 MB)...
extracting boot.img (12 MB)...
target reported max download size of 494927872 bytes
archive does not contain 'boot.sig'
archive does not contain 'dtbo.img'
archive does not contain 'dt.img'
extracting recovery.img (17 MB)...
archive does not contain 'recovery.sig'
extracting system.img (2691 MB)...
archive does not contain 'system.sig'
archive does not contain 'vbmeta.img'
extracting vendor.img (194 MB)...
W/ziparchive(109113): Zip: unable to allocate  204079852 bytes at offset 0 : No space left on device
failed to extract 'vendor.img': I/O error
wiping userdata...
Couldn't parse erase-block-size '0x'.
Couldn't parse logical-block-size '0x'.
mke2fs 1.45.5 (07-Jan-2020)
/tmp/TemporaryFile-xaoMGH: Unimplemented ext2 library function while setting up superblock
/usr/lib/android-sdk/platform-tools/mke2fs failed with status 1
mke2fs failed: 1
error: Cannot generate image for userdata

c # – I have a problem with the test the lambda function after loading the zip file

Hi, I'm trying to execute the lambda function after successfully compiling and loading the lambda zip.

It is giving me an error like:
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What I get is the following:
{
"errorType": "LambdaException",
"ErrorMessage": "Could not find the assembly of the specified controller with the filename & # 39; LambdaTest, Culture = neutral, PublicKeyToken = null & # 39 ;. The assembly must be located in the root of the .zip file loaded".
}

How to recover lost password from zip file?

I have a folder with very important files on my computer and I compressed it with a password for security reasons. Unfortunately, I cannot recover the password. Usually, I always use the same type of passwords, but I have made dozens of attempts and I don't remember what the password is.
I usually use passwords of 10 to 20 letters with possible capital letters and numbers, which means that it is basically impossible to decipher it by pure brute force. As I tried all the patterns I use regularly, I think I could have used a different password than usual, so it is not possible to crack it using brute force patterns.

Basically, I don't think there are AI techniques capable of recovering the password, since it can be very long and I have no information about it. So my question is: is there any way to recover my file password? Since I created it with my user session in Windows, maybe it is possible to deactivate the password for the same user? I'm not very good at computer science but I hope there is a way to recover it because the information in that file is really important.

woocommerce – How do I view zip code options during payment?

The zip code field was hidden for Nigeria in 3.5, you can see the reasoning here: https://github.com/woocommerce/woocommerce/issues/21055

While the Postal Service of Nigeria (http://nipost.gov.ng/) introduced
Postal codes a few years ago, almost nobody uses them.

Nobody knows your zip codes since the implementation is very
complicated and nothing was done to raise public awareness or encourage
its use. You will not find them in any direction and they are not
required to find a building / location or to deliver plots.

If this is incorrect, you must present a problem.

However, to change this behavior on a site, you can use filter woocommerce_get_country_locale, like:

add_filter(
    'woocommerce_get_country_locale',
    function( $locales ) {
        $locales('NG')('postcode')('hidden') = false;

        return $locales;
    }
);

I can't load the zip file

I'm new to the forum, first of all, hello everyone. I can't upload a zip file to the market. That I have to do ?

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