Package: file-roller Version: 3.6.3.2 Architecture: i386 Maintainer: Linux Mint Installed-Size: 5411 Depends: bzip2, nautilus-data (>= 1:3.0), unzip | p7zip-full, zip | p7zip-full, dconf-gsettings-backend | gsettings-backend, libarchive13, libc6 (>= 2.7), libcairo2 (>= 1.2.4), libgdk-pixbuf2.0-0 (>= 2.22.0), libglib2.0-0 (>= 2.37.3), libgtk-3-0 (>= 3.4.0), libjson-glib-1.0-0 (>= 0.12.0), libnautilus-extension1a (>= 1:2.91), libnotify4 (>= 0.7.0), libpango-1.0-0 (>= 1.14.0) Recommends: gnome-icon-theme (>= 2.18), gvfs, sessioninstaller | packagekit, yelp Suggests: arj, lha, lzip, lzma, lzop, ncompress, rpm2cpio, rzip, sharutils, unace, unalz, unar, unzip, xz-utils, zip, zoo Replaces: gnome-icon-theme (<< 2.14) Homepage: http://fileroller.sourceforge.net/ Priority: optional Section: gnome Filename: pool/upstream/f/file-roller/file-roller_3.6.3.2_i386.deb Size: 742262 SHA256: 2b1156f7208802d1f0b1654f1ef67831f69a8691a2729ab7fd87131101b8adc6 SHA1: 2b6338f6566e0a814cfd3285700e89076c436e71 MD5sum: 9d5c871f78f522df6b118010a4cd50ce Description: archive manager for GNOME File-roller is an archive manager for the GNOME environment. It allows you to: . * Create and modify archives. * View the content of an archive. * View a file contained in an archive. * Extract files from the archive. . File-roller supports the following formats: * Tar (.tar) archives, including those compressed with gzip (.tar.gz, .tgz), bzip (.tar.bz, .tbz), bzip2 (.tar.bz2, .tbz2), compress (.tar.Z, .taz), lzip (.tar.lz, .tlz), lzop (.tar.lzo, .tzo), lzma (.tar.lzma) and xz (.tar.xz) * Zip archives (.zip) * Jar archives (.jar, .ear, .war) * 7z archives (.7z) * iso9660 CD images (.iso) * Lha archives (.lzh) * Archiver archives (.ar) * Comic book archives (.cbz) * Single files compressed with gzip (.gz), bzip (.bz), bzip2 (.bz2), compress (.Z), lzip (.lz), lzop (.lzo), lzma (.lzma) and xz (.xz) . File-roller can extract following formats: * Cabinet archives (.cab) * Debian binary packages (.deb) * Xar archives (.xar) . File-roller doesn't perform archive operations by itself, but relies on standard tools for this.