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Hello,

I'm using ckZip library to decompress a set of files.

Is there any way to check the decompression progress?

asked May 19 at 22:47

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Assuming this is C++? See https://www.chilkatsoft.com/refdoc/vcCkZipDoc.html#eventsOverview

In general, the online reference documentation includes information about event callbacks for those programming languages where it's possible. For a given class, such as https://www.chilkatsoft.com/refdoc/vcCkZipRef.html, in the left rail, scroll down to the bottom. You'll see the "Events" section.

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answered May 20 at 08:57

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Also... don't forget Google. Just Google "unzip progress ckzip"

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answered May 20 at 08:58

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Thanks for the quick reply!

The documentation is not very clear for me.

In this link: https://www.chilkatsoft.com/refdoc/vcCkZipDoc.html#eventsOverview

The class MyZipProgress is created without any body (*.cpp) for the methods. How can it be compiled?

Do you have an example of how it can be implemented?

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answered May 23 at 02:46

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