cabextract -F(broken in 1.8)
--with-external-libmspackwhich was broken in 1.8
configure --with-external-libmspackwill now use
pkg-config. To configure it manually, set environment variables
cabextract -fnow extracts even more badly damaged files than before
cabextractnow supports an
--encodingparameter, to specify the character encoding of CAB filenames if they are not ASCII or UTF8
cabextract -Lnow lowercases non-ASCII characters
cabextractnow prevents archive files giving themselves absolute path access using badly UTF-8 encoded slashes.
\as path separators, cabextract now removes both leading
\s and changes both
..\in CAB filenames to
xx. You can no longer have a CAB filename called e.g.
tin the directory
\). If you need this, create a CAB file where the filename is
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