Replacing files in a zip archive
gdamjan at gmail.com
Fri May 1 12:01:33 CEST 2009
> Which will produce the same output as the original, confounding
> your user. You could just write the new values out, since .read
> picks the last entry (as I believe it should). Alternatively, if
> you want to replace it "in place", you'll need a bit more smarts
> when there is more than one copy of a file in the archive (when
> z.namelist.count(filename) > 1).
I think I'll just hope that there will never be an ODF file like that,
and if there is, then it's not my problem :)
дамјан ( http://softver.org.mk/damjan/ )
Give me the knowledge to change the code I do not accept,
the wisdom not to accept the code I cannot change,
and the freedom to choose my preference.
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