DGMurdockIII, on 21 June 2011 - 00:28, said:
i would love you to make the source code available for this
I am currently looking into the possibility of releasing the source code in case someone else would like to continue expanding upon the current feature set. I'll release more information as things progress.
Ninja Grinch, on 19 July 2011 - 01:34, said:
Any news on this?
Looked really promising but having heard anything new.
I haven't had much time as of late to continue development. At the moment as things are, it meets my needs and use it nearly every day without problems. Having said that, there are features that have been asked for, including those asked for by yourself, for which haven't been a pressing issue unfortunately. Things like dual pane browsing, favorites, etc... I have though been wanting to add in things like recently used archives and the like so those feature may still be added at a future date in time.
war, on 07 August 2011 - 20:58, said:
And you really should rename the installer to something better than just setup.
A portable version is not available due to the Ribbon controls used. I'm currently in the process of switching from a 3rd party Ribbon control to a native Windows Ribbon control so it may be possible in the future. As for your second question / comment, most installers are named setup.exe so I fail to see the reasoning behind changing the name.
ThaCrip, on 07 August 2011 - 21:08, said:
on the official site it does not show this so i bet it's not a official build.
Who said that this was officially endorsed by 7zip. It's not branded branded as such other than being called 7zip for Windows 7 in the thread name. The official name of the application is 7zip Scenic - scenic coming from the official name of the Ribbon UI used by Microsoft. This is a personal project written by myself using the 7zip wrapper created Markhor for the .net framework. In essence, this is a frontend for the 7zip engine. You'll have to excuse me but I fail to see where anyone would assume or be confused by whether or not this is endorsed by 7zip.