Posted By: wraggster
News/release from Archaemic
Wait, what? I actually released it? Yes, that’s right, I actually released it. This release has some major changes. Allow me to break out the list:
[Feature] Added support for ZIP and RAR archives
[Feature] Output directory for out of place converting
[Feature] Full 64-bit support on Macs
[Bugfix] Filenames with $, \ and ” are now supported
[Bugfix] Fixed potential stack overflow in to_baseline function
Now you no longer have to extract all of your archives! Simply put them in the folder and launch nbm. Now here’s the bad news. Due to a major issue I discovered with No Bull Moose v0.1 on Macs and Linux, you can no long launch the executable by double-clicking it. You must launch it from the command line with an argument. Therefore, I’m recommending the use of the Open Command Window Here PowerToy for Windows (download here) for people who want to convert often. Simply enter “nbm .” into the command window (no quotes, of course) if you’re on Windows and hit enter. It should have the same effect as would be expected by double-clicking, except without the hazards. Note that there is another small issue in No Bull Moose v0.1 (although I don’t believe this issue affects the Windows version either…but it may; I haven’t tested it thoroughly and decided to patch it instead), and therefore I am recommending the immediate disuse of No Bull Moose v0.1. v0.2 is better, anyway. See the readme for further details on executing and command line options, etc.
Note that the output of RAR files is not now nor will ever be supported. All archives are output as ZIP.
[Download No Bull Moose v0.2