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DotNetZip command-line saveprogress

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I'm working with a small backup program that uses DotNetZip v1.9 to zip files together. I'm writing it in VB using a command-line program and i'm wondering if there is anyway to implement the SaveProgress status.

it's asking for a RaiseEvent statement for the zip.SaveProgress to work..but seeing as to how i'm only 3 months into my programmming -- i might need a bit of guidance
Feb 21 '13 #1
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The DotNetZip library has some good sample documentation at Just do a search for progress and you will find your answer.
Feb 23 '13 #2

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Thanks for the help Mikkeee, but I saw the usage examples for a progress bar in a Windows Form...however, i'm trying to get a percentage counter in a console program. I know it will be texted based but kinda clueless how to go about doing so
Feb 25 '13 #3

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