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Re: [Pan-users] multi-part yenc

From: Rhialto
Subject: Re: [Pan-users] multi-part yenc
Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2012 22:51:50 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.21 (2010-09-15)

On Mon 10 Sep 2012 at 13:29:26 +0000, Duncan wrote:
> If the numeric file suffixes weren't 0-prefixed appropriately, it's a bit 
> more difficult, but still /reasonably simple.

Or, in one go

cat file.mpg.? file.mpg.?? file.mpg.??? > file.mpg

If you want to be more sure/selective/specific, use [0-9] rather than ?:

cat file.mpg.[0-9] file.mpg.[0-9][0-9] file.mpg.[0-9][0-9][0-9] > file.mpg

[about rar-ed files:]

> For these files you simply use unrar (gpg but unarchives only, rar itself 
> is proprietary) or some other (un)archiver that handles rar files, since 
> the split is a native part of the format and the unarchiving process thus 
> knows how to reassemble before unarchiving.  IIRC, this format can 
> normally be identified by the fact that in addition to the numbered 
> files, one file (IIRC the first part, but it's been years...) is simply 
> *.rar.

That is file.rar, file.r00, file.r01, etc.

That is the "old" .rar naming convention. The "new" one has
file.part01.rar, file.part02.rar, etc, with the necessary number of 0s.

You always use the "unrar" command on the first file, i.e. file.rar or

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