I know this is possible with a botched unTAR, although I can't recall the exact command.... but is it possible to "undo" a recent "unzip" command, in this case, using the mac terminal?
This is using
/usr/bin/unzip on 10.7, with UnZip 5.52.
Lets say I started with a folder structure like this....
admin$ pwd /usr/local/src admin$ ls pots pans scrubbers.zip admin$ unzip scrubbers.zip admin$ ls pots pans scrubbers.zip zebraturd.doc README.md morestuffididntmeantoputhere.py cleanme.junkmail surfraw.2.html scrubbers.explaination
how can i just "rezip" or parse the zip file in reverse?
there is a section in the zip file that sorta lists the files in the archive, although quite seriously mangled.. for example..
0L'†C 0L'†C !∏V≤B PK&Å‘:√@`¢îF3$ Lmacos/lib/libexiv220.127.116.11.dylib
without manually sifting through that list, is there a magic bullet for this?