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Old 14.08.2010, 04:52
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I changed where JDownloader should extract to, but it has not effect on the already added downloads. Is this a bug, or as microsoft would call it: a feature?

While we are at this subject - would be nice to be able to see the extraction path in the package properties (double-clicking on a package). You can see the "save to", but not where its gonna extract to - and even better if you could change it!

Could be an awesome feature if you could choose the extraction path when you add links/packages.

Besides that.. JDownloader is awesome!
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Old 14.08.2010, 16:00
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And a just added package, didnt extract to the customized path :/
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Old 17.08.2010, 11:53
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No one ?
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Old 17.08.2010, 12:20
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If you're talking about the extraction extension JD Unrar, then I can't help, because I don't use it.

I only know that if you change the default download directory then that applies only to newly added links.

On a more technical level, in object oriented languages (like java) everything is stored in objects and global variables. Refreshing these variables and objects is a typical problem for procedural/OO languages. It means more programming effort (and many more bugs), but performance might be better.
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Old 17.08.2010, 13:36
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If you're talking about the extraction extension JD Unrar, then I can't help, because I don't use it.

I only know that if you change the default download directory then that applies only to newly added links.

On a more technical level, in object oriented languages (like java) everything is stored in objects and global variables. Refreshing these variables and objects is a typical problem for procedural/OO languages. It means more programming effort (and many more bugs), but performance might be better.
Ive tried to change the settings, close jdownloader and open it again (several times) - no effect.

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Old 18.08.2010, 14:35
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extract to is saved on package creation. because you can customize it, using always the config settings would not make it possible to customize it.

rightclick on the package and set extract folder yourself, that should work
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Old 21.08.2010, 15:52
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Ive tried a bit different things, and it seems like packages with small files (up to around 1GB) gets extracted to the customized path just fine. But larger files 4GB+ doesnt.

Where do i manually set the extraction path on an already added package? (would be nice if i should do that with all packages)
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Old 22.08.2010, 10:33
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dont know exactly right now but
1.) rightclick on the startfile (part01, rar..) and extras-extract-set folder
2.) try to set default customized extract folder in addon settings of jdunrar and see if its used by fresh extracted packages (dont know for sure)
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Old 23.08.2010, 01:30
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dont know exactly right now but
1.) rightclick on the startfile (part01, rar..) and extras-extract-set folder
2.) try to set default customized extract folder in addon settings of jdunrar and see if its used by fresh extracted packages (dont know for sure)
I checked the already added packages - and the extract path is correct. But it doesnt not extract to that path!

New added packages shows the correct path aswell, but if its a large file - it wont unrar to that path. Its quite weird.
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Old 23.08.2010, 10:43
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Check your unrar settings. Make sure you have checked the appropriate options and entered values for Extract to. Try not using a subpath to see if that changes anything.

If you are setting a subpath, set it to either %ARCHIVENAME% or %PACKAGENAME% and set the "Only use subpath if archive ..." to 0.

See if "Deep Extraction" changes anything.

Another way to create a new package (which should have the default Extract path) is to right click on the package and the click on Merge to new package (or Move into new package).

Uploading a log may help us. Please try to include an archive that is not extracted correctly and one that is extracted correctly.

Remember, only RAR archives are extracted in this version, not Zips.
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Old 23.08.2010, 13:42
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Subpath = %PACKAGENAME%
"Only use subpath if archive ..." = 0

They were already set at that. During the night, a 13GB file was extracted, but not to the correct custom path. Also during the night, 10x 1GB files were extracted correctly to the custom path.

I'll see if i can make a good log for ya! (think i just killed JDL by opening a two weeks old log...)

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Old 23.08.2010, 19:11
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Log: http://jdownloader.org/pastebin/9954

The.X-Files.Fight.the.Future (1998) 1080p.BluRay.DTS.x264-CtrlHD
Downloaded to download path. Failed to extract to custom path.

gat109
Downloaded to download path. Failed to extract to custom path. (weird...!!)

n.506.720p
Downloaded to download path. Extracted to custom path!

n.507.720p
Downloaded to download path. Extracted to custom path!

n.508.720p
Downloaded to download path. Extracted to custom path!
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Old 24.08.2010, 03:56
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As I feared, the log contains a lot of information about the extraction, but not the extraction path.

Please post the links for gat109 and I will see if this problem has been fixed in the text version (NIGHTLY). If there is another package you think I should try, please include it.

Note: The move to the custom path only works if the only operation after download is the RAR extraction. If it is a Merge, followed by an extraction, it will not move the file (the unrar program itself does the move).

There is a Feature Request filed to make the custom path a consistent feature, regardless of whether this is an unrar, a merge, or just a single file download. That probably will not be in the next release.

My connection is too slow for me to download 20GB, it would take 5 days, 24 hours per day.
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Old 24.08.2010, 09:43
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i will check it when i have time, drbits can you please open a bugreport with infos from this thread?
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Old 24.08.2010, 11:11
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As I feared, the log contains a lot of information about the extraction, but not the extraction path.

Please post the links for gat109 and I will see if this problem has been fixed in the text version (NIGHTLY). If there is another package you think I should try, please include it.

Note: The move to the custom path only works if the only operation after download is the RAR extraction. If it is a Merge, followed by an extraction, it will not move the file (the unrar program itself does the move).

There is a Feature Request filed to make the custom path a consistent feature, regardless of whether this is an unrar, a merge, or just a single file download. That probably will not be in the next release.

My connection is too slow for me to download 20GB, it would take 5 days, 24 hours per day.
Links for gat109:
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

Due to that file size, it should extract correctly - but it didnt. I dont know why. Im gonna download it again, and see what happends.

EDIT: Nope, gat109 didnt extract to custom path. Other files in the list, with approx the same size, did.

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Old 24.08.2010, 23:28
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Bug Report 2295

I am downloading gat109 to test the Nightly test version. I had started to download dnl-fiwm10 from the old links.

Either my mind is gone or somebody removed the old test links. We now do not have links where extraction moved the files on your computer.

Please do not remove test links, even if they are being replaced.

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Note editing or changing a package may cause lack of extraction or possibly this problem.
If this is an int vs. long problem, it could be fixed in the updated unrar.exe.

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Old 25.08.2010, 03:08
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Bug Report 2295

I am downloading gat109 to test the Nightly test version. I had started to download dnl-fiwm10 from the old links.

Either my mind is gone or somebody removed the old test links. We now do not have links where extraction moved the files on your computer.

Please do not remove test links, even if they are being replaced.

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Note editing or changing a package may cause lack of extraction or possibly this problem.
If this is an int vs. long problem, it could be fixed in the updated unrar.exe.
What test links? Im not following 100% what you mean...

Glad to see the bug report is up!
As a note: All the packages ive tested with, have not been edited or changed in any way since i added. Some fails, some doesnt. One thing seems to be the same for all - large files does not get extracted to the custom path.

Int you say.. that could very well be the problem. Would make sense, since int would be equal to 4GB. However, it does not explain why some smaller files doesnt get moved either. But i'd say thats a good start..!
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Old 25.08.2010, 10:07
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it's not int-long we only count the number of files and not the sizes i doubt that your archive has so many files in it.
i will review this bug as soon as i can
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Old 25.08.2010, 12:59
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it's not int-long we only count the number of files and not the sizes i doubt that your archive has so many files in it.
i will review this bug as soon as i can
You dont think i have 4+ billion files in a package? Pfff

Let me know if you want me to test anything.

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Old 25.08.2010, 21:27
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mine too is not working
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