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nielsvandenberge at hotmail dot com
6 years ago
This is the function I use to unzip a file.
It includes the following options:
* Unzip in any directory you like
* Unzip in the directory of the zip file
* Unzip in a directory with the zipfile's name in the directory of the zip file. (i.e.: C:\test.zip will be unzipped in  C:\test\)
* Overwrite existing files or not
* It creates non existing directories with the function Create_dirs($path)

You should use absolute paths with slashes (/) instead of backslashes (\).
I tested it with PHP 5.2.0 with php_zip.dll extension loaded

<?php
/**
 * Unzip the source_file in the destination dir
 *
 * @param   string      The path to the ZIP-file.
 * @param   string      The path where the zipfile should be unpacked, if false the directory of the zip-file is used
 * @param   boolean     Indicates if the files will be unpacked in a directory with the name of the zip-file (true) or not (false) (only if the destination directory is set to false!)
 * @param   boolean     Overwrite existing files (true) or not (false)
 * 
 * @return  boolean     Succesful or not
 */
function unzip($src_file, $dest_dir=false, $create_zip_name_dir=true, $overwrite=true)
{
  if (
$zip = zip_open($src_file))
  {
    if (
$zip)
    {
     
$splitter = ($create_zip_name_dir === true) ? "." : "/";
      if (
$dest_dir === false) $dest_dir = substr($src_file, 0, strrpos($src_file, $splitter))."/";
     
     
// Create the directories to the destination dir if they don't already exist
     
create_dirs($dest_dir);

     
// For every file in the zip-packet
     
while ($zip_entry = zip_read($zip))
      {
       
// Now we're going to create the directories in the destination directories
       
        // If the file is not in the root dir
       
$pos_last_slash = strrpos(zip_entry_name($zip_entry), "/");
        if (
$pos_last_slash !== false)
        {
         
// Create the directory where the zip-entry should be saved (with a "/" at the end)
         
create_dirs($dest_dir.substr(zip_entry_name($zip_entry), 0, $pos_last_slash+1));
        }

       
// Open the entry
       
if (zip_entry_open($zip,$zip_entry,"r"))
        {
         
         
// The name of the file to save on the disk
         
$file_name = $dest_dir.zip_entry_name($zip_entry);
         
         
// Check if the files should be overwritten or not
         
if ($overwrite === true || $overwrite === false && !is_file($file_name))
          {
           
// Get the content of the zip entry
           
$fstream = zip_entry_read($zip_entry, zip_entry_filesize($zip_entry));

           
file_put_contents($file_name, $fstream );
           
// Set the rights
           
chmod($file_name, 0777);
            echo
"save: ".$file_name."<br />";
          }
         
         
// Close the entry
         
zip_entry_close($zip_entry);
        }      
      }
     
// Close the zip-file
     
zip_close($zip);
    }
  }
  else
  {
    return
false;
  }
 
  return
true;
}

/**
 * This function creates recursive directories if it doesn't already exist
 *
 * @param String  The path that should be created
 * 
 * @return  void
 */
function create_dirs($path)
{
  if (!
is_dir($path))
  {
   
$directory_path = "";
   
$directories = explode("/",$path);
   
array_pop($directories);
   
    foreach(
$directories as $directory)
    {
     
$directory_path .= $directory."/";
      if (!
is_dir($directory_path))
      {
       
mkdir($directory_path);
       
chmod($directory_path, 0777);
      }
    }
  }
}

// Extract C:/zipfiletest/zip-file.zip to C:/zipfiletest/zip-file/ and overwrites existing files
unzip("C:/zipfiletest/zip-file.zip", false, true, true);

// Extract C:/zipfiletest/zip-file.zip to C:/another_map/zipfiletest/ and doesn't overwrite existing files. NOTE: It doesn't create a map with the zip-file-name!
unzip("C:/zipfiletest/zip-file.zip", "C:/another_map/zipfiletest/", true, false);

?>
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shadowbranch at gmail dot com
2 years ago
This is the simplest method to unzip a file. Pass the function your filename and it will unzip it to the current directory of the script with permissions done properly on unix type operating systems. Far simpler to understand and read.

<?php
function unzip($file){
   
$zip = zip_open($file);
    if(
is_resource($zip)){
       
$tree = "";
        while((
$zip_entry = zip_read($zip)) !== false){
            echo
"Unpacking ".zip_entry_name($zip_entry)."\n";
            if(
strpos(zip_entry_name($zip_entry), DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR) !== false){
               
$last = strrpos(zip_entry_name($zip_entry), DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR);
               
$dir = substr(zip_entry_name($zip_entry), 0, $last);
               
$file = substr(zip_entry_name($zip_entry), strrpos(zip_entry_name($zip_entry), DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR)+1);
                if(!
is_dir($dir)){
                    @
mkdir($dir, 0755, true) or die("Unable to create $dir\n");
                }
                if(
strlen(trim($file)) > 0){
                   
$return = @file_put_contents($dir."/".$file, zip_entry_read($zip_entry, zip_entry_filesize($zip_entry)));
                    if(
$return === false){
                        die(
"Unable to write file $dir/$file\n");
                    }
                }
            }else{
               
file_put_contents($file, zip_entry_read($zip_entry, zip_entry_filesize($zip_entry)));
            }
        }
    }else{
        echo
"Unable to open zip file\n";
    }
}
?>
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wdtemp at seznam dot cz
4 years ago
Hi,
if you have the RAW CONTENT OF THE ZIP FILE IN A STRING ONLY and you can't create files on your server (because of the SAFE MODE) to be able to create a file which you can then pass to zip_open(), you'll be having hard times getting the uncompressed content of your ZIP data.
This may help:
I've written simple ZIP decompression function for decompressing the first file from the archive stored in a string (no matter what file it is). It's just about parsing a local file header of the first file, getting raw compressed data of that file and decompression of that data (usually, data in ZIP files are compressed by 'DEFLATE' method, so we'll just decompress it by gzinflate() function then).

<?php
function decompress_first_file_from_zip($ZIPContentStr){
//Input: ZIP archive - content of entire ZIP archive as a string
//Output: decompressed content of the first file packed in the ZIP archive
    //let's parse the ZIP archive
    //(see 'http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ZIP_%28file_format%29' for details)
    //parse 'local file header' for the first file entry in the ZIP archive
   
if(strlen($ZIPContentStr)<102){
       
//any ZIP file smaller than 102 bytes is invalid
       
printf("error: input data too short<br />\n");
        return
'';
    }
   
$CompressedSize=binstrtonum(substr($ZIPContentStr,18,4));
   
$UncompressedSize=binstrtonum(substr($ZIPContentStr,22,4));
   
$FileNameLen=binstrtonum(substr($ZIPContentStr,26,2));
   
$ExtraFieldLen=binstrtonum(substr($ZIPContentStr,28,2));
   
$Offs=30+$FileNameLen+$ExtraFieldLen;
   
$ZIPData=substr($ZIPContentStr,$Offs,$CompressedSize);
   
$Data=gzinflate($ZIPData);
    if(
strlen($Data)!=$UncompressedSize){
       
printf("error: uncompressed data have wrong size<br />\n");
        return
'';
    }
    else return
$Data;
}

function
binstrtonum($Str){
//Returns a number represented in a raw binary data passed as string.
//This is useful for example when reading integers from a file,
// when we have the content of the file in a string only.
//Examples:
// chr(0xFF) will result as 255
// chr(0xFF).chr(0xFF).chr(0x00).chr(0x00) will result as 65535
// chr(0xFF).chr(0xFF).chr(0xFF).chr(0x00) will result as 16777215
   
$Num=0;
    for(
$TC1=strlen($Str)-1;$TC1>=0;$TC1--){ //go from most significant byte
       
$Num<<=8; //shift to left by one byte (8 bits)
       
$Num|=ord($Str[$TC1]); //add new byte
   
}
    return
$Num;
}
?>

ENJOY!!!
wdim
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yarms at mail dot ru
4 years ago
very short version of function for unzipping files with folders structure:
<?php

function unzip($file){

   
$zip=zip_open(realpath(".")."/".$file);
    if(!
$zip) {return("Unable to proccess file '{$file}'");}

   
$e='';

    while(
$zip_entry=zip_read($zip)) {
      
$zdir=dirname(zip_entry_name($zip_entry));
      
$zname=zip_entry_name($zip_entry);

       if(!
zip_entry_open($zip,$zip_entry,"r")) {$e.="Unable to proccess file '{$zname}'";continue;}
       if(!
is_dir($zdir)) mkdirr($zdir,0777);

      
#print "{$zdir} | {$zname} \n";

      
$zip_fs=zip_entry_filesize($zip_entry);
       if(empty(
$zip_fs)) continue;

      
$zz=zip_entry_read($zip_entry,$zip_fs);

      
$z=fopen($zname,"w");
      
fwrite($z,$zz);
      
fclose($z);
      
zip_entry_close($zip_entry);

    }
   
zip_close($zip);

    return(
$e);
}

function
mkdirr($pn,$mode=null) {

  if(
is_dir($pn)||empty($pn)) return true;
 
$pn=str_replace(array('/', ''),DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR,$pn);

  if(
is_file($pn)) {trigger_error('mkdirr() File exists', E_USER_WARNING);return false;}

 
$next_pathname=substr($pn,0,strrpos($pn,DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR));
  if(
mkdirr($next_pathname,$mode)) {if(!file_exists($pn)) {return mkdir($pn,$mode);} }
  return
false;
}

unzip("test.zip");

?>

have a nice day :)
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phillpafford+php at gmail dot com
5 years ago
You could just use the linux commands

<?php

// Get the date
$date = date("m-d-y");

// Make Zip name
$zipname = "archive/site-script-backup." . $date . ".zip";

// Make a zip file
$cmd = `zip -r $zipname *`;

?>
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rodrigo dot moraes at gmail dot com
6 years ago
Here's a more simple extended class to add a whole directory recursively, keeping the same structure. It uses SPL.

<?php
class MyZipArchive extends ZipArchive
{
   
/**
     *
     * Adds a directory recursively.
     *
     * @param string $filename The path to the file to add.
     *
     * @param string $localname Local name inside ZIP archive.
     *
     */
   
public function addDir($filename, $localname)
    {
       
$this->addEmptyDir($localname);
       
$iter = new RecursiveDirectoryIterator($filename, FilesystemIterator::SKIP_DOTS);

        foreach (
$iter as $fileinfo) {
            if (!
$fileinfo->isFile() && !$fileinfo->isDir()) {
                continue;
            }

           
$method = $fileinfo->isFile() ? 'addFile' : 'addDir';
           
$this->$method($fileinfo->getPathname(), $localname . '/' .
               
$fileinfo->getFilename());
        }
    }
}
?>

[EDIT BY danbrown AT php DOT net: Contains a bugfix suggested by (bart AT blueberry DOT nl) on 29-JUN-2011 with the following message. "Fix for the endless Iteratore add the flag FilesystemIterator::SKIP_DOTS"]
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mmj48 at gmail dot com
6 years ago
Heres a function I wrote that will extract a zip file with the same directory structure...

Enjoy:

<?php
function unzip($zipfile)
{
   
$zip = zip_open($zipfile);
    while (
$zip_entry = zip_read($zip))    {
       
zip_entry_open($zip, $zip_entry);
        if (
substr(zip_entry_name($zip_entry), -1) == '/') {
           
$zdir = substr(zip_entry_name($zip_entry), 0, -1);
            if (
file_exists($zdir)) {
               
trigger_error('Directory "<b>' . $zdir . '</b>" exists', E_USER_ERROR);
                return
false;
            }
           
mkdir($zdir);
        }
        else {
           
$name = zip_entry_name($zip_entry);
            if (
file_exists($name)) {
               
trigger_error('File "<b>' . $name . '</b>" exists', E_USER_ERROR);
                return
false;
            }
           
$fopen = fopen($name, "w");
           
fwrite($fopen, zip_entry_read($zip_entry, zip_entry_filesize($zip_entry)), zip_entry_filesize($zip_entry));
        }
       
zip_entry_close($zip_entry);
    }
   
zip_close($zip);
    return
true;
}
?>
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nheimann at gmx dot net
6 years ago
With this extension you can Add dirs with files with the ZipArchive Object

<?php
/**
 * FlxZipArchive, Extends ZipArchiv.
 * Add Dirs with Files and Subdirs.
 *
 * <code>
 *  $archive = new FlxZipArchive;
 *  // .....
 *  $archive->addDir( 'test/blub', 'blub' );
 * </code>
 */
class FlxZipArchive extends ZipArchive {
   
/**
     * Add a Dir with Files and Subdirs to the archive
     *
     * @param string $location Real Location
     * @param string $name Name in Archive
     * @author Nicolas Heimann
     * @access private
     **/

   
public function addDir($location, $name) {
       
$this->addEmptyDir($name);

       
$this->addDirDo($location, $name);
//     } // EO addDir;

    /**
     * Add Files & Dirs to archive.
     *
     * @param string $location Real Location
     * @param string $name Name in Archive
     * @author Nicolas Heimann
     * @access private
     **/

   
private function addDirDo($location, $name) {
       
$name .= '/';
       
$location .= '/';

       
// Read all Files in Dir
       
$dir = opendir ($location);
        while (
$file = readdir($dir))
        {
            if (
$file == '.' || $file == '..') continue;

           
// Rekursiv, If dir: FlxZipArchive::addDir(), else ::File();
           
$do = (filetype() == 'dir') ? 'addDir' : 'addFile';
           
$this->$do($location . $file, $name . $file);
        }
    }
// EO addDirDo();
}
?>
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bushj at rpi dot edu
6 years ago
I made a zip stream handler in case your distribution does not have the built in one using the new ZipArchive system. This one also features the ability to grab entries by index as well as by name. It is similar in capabilities to the builtin gzip/bzip2 compression stream handlers (http://us2.php.net/manual/en/wrappers.compression.php) except it does not support writing.

To use:
fopen('zip://absolute/path/to/file.zip?entryname', $mode) or
fopen('zip://absolute/path/to/file.zip#entryindex', $mode) or
fopen('zip://absolute/path/to/file.zip', $mode)

$mode can only be 'r' or 'rb'. In the last case the first entry in the zip file is used.

<?php
class ZipStream {
  public
$zip; //the zip file
 
public $entry; //the opened zip entry
 
public $length; //the uncompressed size of the zip entry
 
public $position; //the current position in the zip entry read
  //Opens the zip file then retrieves and opens the entry to stream
 
public function stream_open($path, $mode, $options, &$opened_path) {
    if (
$mode != 'r' && $mode != 'rb') //only accept r and rb modes, no writing!
     
return false;
   
$path = 'file:///'.substr($path, 6); //switch out file:/// for zip:// so we can use url_parse
   
$url = parse_url($path);
   
//open the zip file
   
$filename = $url['path'];
   
$this->zip = zip_open($filename);
    if (!
is_resource($this->zip))
      return
false;

   
//if entry name is given, find that entry   
   
if (array_key_exists('query', $url) && $url['query']) {
     
$path = $url['query'];
      do {
       
$this->entry = zip_read($this->zip);
        if (!
is_resource($this->entry))
          return
false;
      } while (
zip_entry_name($this->entry) != $path);    
    } else {
//otherwise get it by index (default to 0)
     
$id = 0;
      if (
array_key_exists('fragment', $url) && is_int($url['fragment']))
       
$id = $url['fragment']*1;
      for (
$i = 0; $i <= $id; $i++) {
       
$this->entry = zip_read($this->zip);
        if (!
is_resource($this->entry))
          return
false;
      }
    }
   
//setup length and open the entry for reading
   
$this->length = zip_entry_filesize($this->entry);
   
$this->position = 0;
   
zip_entry_open($this->zip, $this->entry, $mode);
    return
true;
  }
 
//Closes the zip entry and file
 
public function stream_close() { @zip_entry_close($this->entry); @zip_close($this->zip); }
 
//Returns how many bytes have been read from the zip entry
 
public function stream_tell() { return $this->position; }
 
//Returns true if the end of the zip entry has been reached
 
public function stream_eof() { return $this->position >= $this->length; }
 
//Returns the stat array, only 'size' is filled in with the uncompressed zip entry size
 
public function url_stat() { return array('dev'=>0, 'ino'=>0, 'mode'=>0, 'nlink'=>0, 'uid'=>0, 'gid'=>0, 'rdev'=>0, 'size'=>$this->length, 'atime'=>0, 'mtime'=>0, 'ctime'=>0, 'blksize'=>0, 'blocks'=>0); }
 
//Reads the next $count bytes or until the end of the zip entry. Returns the data or false if no data was read.
 
public function stream_read($count) {
   
$this->position += $count;
    if (
$this->position > $this->length)
     
$this->position = $this->length;
    return
zip_entry_read($this->entry, $count);
  }
}
//Register the zip stream handler
stream_wrapper_register('zip', 'ZipStream'); //if this fails there is already a zip stream handler and we will just use that one
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jeswanth@gmail
6 years ago
Hi, all

There are lot of functions given below which etracts files, but what they lack is setting file permissions. On some servers file permissions are very important and the script cease to work after creating first directory, So I have added chmod to the code. There is only one limitation to the code, files without file extension are neither treated as files or directories so they are not chmoded, anyway this does not affect the code. Hope this helps.

<?php
function unpackZip($dir,$file) {
   if (
$zip = zip_open($dir.$file.".zip")) {
     if (
$zip) {
      
mkdir($dir.$file);
    
chmod($dir.$file, 0777);
       while (
$zip_entry = zip_read($zip)) {
         if (
zip_entry_open($zip,$zip_entry,"r")) {
          
$buf = zip_entry_read($zip_entry, zip_entry_filesize($zip_entry));
          
$dir_name = dirname(zip_entry_name($zip_entry));
           if (
$dir_name != ".") {
            
$dir_op = $dir.$file."/";
               foreach (
explode("/",$dir_name) as $k) {
                
$dir_op = $dir_op . $k;
                 if (
is_file($dir_op)) unlink($dir_op);
                 if (!
is_dir($dir_op)) mkdir($dir_op);
           
chmod($dir_op, 0777);
                
$dir_op = $dir_op . "/" ;
                 }
               }
          
$fp=fopen($dir.$file."/".zip_entry_name($zip_entry),"w+");
       
chmod($dir.$file."/".zip_entry_name($zip_entry), 0777);
          
fwrite($fp,$buf);

          
fclose($fp);

          
zip_entry_close($zip_entry);
       } else
           return
false;
       }
      
zip_close($zip);
     }
  } else
     return
false;

  return
true;
}

$dir = $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT']."/"."destdirectory/";
$file = 'zipfilename_without_extension';
unpackZip($dir,$file);
$print = $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'];
?>
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bholub at chiefprojects dot com
7 years ago
This will simply unpack (including directories) $zip to $dir -- in this example the zip is being uploaded.
<?php
    $dir
= 'C:\\reports-temp\\';
   
$zip = zip_open($_FILES['report_zip']['tmp_name']);
    while(
$zip_entry = zip_read($zip)) {
       
$entry = zip_entry_open($zip,$zip_entry);
       
$filename = zip_entry_name($zip_entry);
       
$target_dir = $dir.substr($filename,0,strrpos($filename,'/'));
       
$filesize = zip_entry_filesize($zip_entry);
        if (
is_dir($target_dir) || mkdir($target_dir)) {
            if (
$filesize > 0) {
               
$contents = zip_entry_read($zip_entry, $filesize);
               
file_put_contents($dir.$filename,$contents);
            }
        }
    }
?>
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angelnsn1 at hotmail dot com
8 years ago
this function extract all files and subdirectories, you can choose verbose mode for get paths of files extracted. the function return a msg what indicate the error, if msg is OK, all is done.

---

code:

<?php
function unzip($dir, $file, $verbose = 0) {

  
$dir_path = "$dir$file";
  
$zip_path = "$dir$file.zip";
  
  
$ERROR_MSGS[0] = "OK";
  
$ERROR_MSGS[1] = "Zip path $zip_path doesn't exists.";
  
$ERROR_MSGS[2] = "Directory $dir_path for unzip the pack already exists, impossible continue.";
  
$ERROR_MSGS[3] = "Error while opening the $zip_path file.";
  
  
$ERROR = 0;
  
   if (
file_exists($zip_path)) {
  
         if (!
file_exists($dir_path)) {
            
           
mkdir($dir_path);   
        
         if ((
$link = zip_open($zip_path))) {
            
            while ((
$zip_entry = zip_read($link)) && (!$ERROR)) {
               
               if (
zip_entry_open($link, $zip_entry, "r")) {
          
                 
$data = zip_entry_read($zip_entry, zip_entry_filesize($zip_entry));
                 
$dir_name = dirname(zip_entry_name($zip_entry));
                 
$name = zip_entry_name($zip_entry);
                 
                  if (
$name[strlen($name)-1] == '/') {
                        
                       
$base = "$dir_path/";

                     foreach (
explode("/", $name) as $k) {
                        
                       
$base .= "$k/";
                           
                        if (!
file_exists($base))
                          
mkdir($base);
                           
                     }   
                       
                  }
                  else {
                 
                     
$name = "$dir_path/$name";
                     
                      if (
$verbose)
                       echo
"extracting: $name<br>";
                       
                   
$stream = fopen($name, "w");
                   
fwrite($stream, $data);
                   
                  } 
                
                 
zip_entry_close($zip_entry);
                
               }
               else
                 
$ERROR = 4;    
 
              }
             
             
zip_close($link); 
            
           }
           else
             
$ERROR = "3";
       }
       else
         
$ERROR = 2;
    }
    else
      
$ERROR = 1;
     
   return
$ERROR_MSGS[$ERROR];       
   
}   
?>

---

example:

<?php
$error
= unzip("d:/www/dir/", "zipname", 1);

echo
$error;
?>

---

i hope this help you,
good bye.
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ringu at mail dot ru
8 years ago
i try to find function that will show exists file in zip archive or not. of course i not found it. and so write mine:

first will just check archive for list of files, if not found all files function return FALSE:

<?php
function zipx_entries_exists()
{
   
$names=array();
   
$args=func_get_args();
   
$far_size=count($args);   
    if(
$args[0])
        {           
            for(;
$zip_entry=zip_read($args[0]); $names[]= zip_entry_name($zip_entry));                                   
            for(
$x=1; $x<=$far_size; $t+=in_array($args[$x], $names), $x++);           
            return
$t==--$far_size;           
        }else{
             return
'No zip file in descriptor!';
        }              
}

example:
$zip=zip_open('any_zip_file_zip');
var_dump(zip_entries_exists($zip, 'photo_1.jpg', 'photo_2.jpg'));

second function will try to find files in zip, if not found it return string with names of not found files with specified delimeter:

function
zipx_entries_nonexists_list()
{
   
$names=array();
   
$args=func_get_args();
   
$m=NULL;
   
$far_size=count($args);   
    if(
$args[0])
        {           
            for(;
$zip_entry=zip_read($args[0]); $names[]= zip_entry_name($zip_entry));                                   
            for(
$x=2; $x<=$far_size; $m.=(in_array($args[$x], $names) ? NULL : $args[$x].$args[1]), $x++);           
            return
trim($m, $args[1]);           
        }else{
             return
'No zip file in descriptor!';
        }              
}
?>

example:
<?php
$zip
=zip_open('any_zip_file_zip');
var_dump(zip_entries_nonexists_list($zip, '<br />', 'photo_1.jpg', 'photo_2.jpg'));
?>

it will return if not found files:
photo_1.jpg<br />photo_2.jpg
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tom
8 years ago
If you just want to unzip a zip folder an alternative to some of the lengthy functions below is:

<?php

function unzip($zip_file, $src_dir, $extract_dir)
{
 
copy($src_dir . "/" . $zip_file, $extract_dir . "/" . $zip_file);
 
chdir($extract_dir);
 
shell_exec("unzip $zip_file");
}

?>

You don't need the ZIP extension for this.
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candido1212 at yahoo dot com dot br
8 years ago
New Unzip function, recursive extract
Require mkdirr() (recursive create dir)

<?php
$file
= "2537c61ef7f47fc3ae919da08bcc1911.zip";
$dir = getcwd();
function
Unzip($dir, $file, $destiny="")
{
   
$dir .= DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR;
   
$path_file = $dir . $file;
   
$zip = zip_open($path_file);
   
$_tmp = array();
   
$count=0;
    if (
$zip)
    {
        while (
$zip_entry = zip_read($zip))
        {
           
$_tmp[$count]["filename"] = zip_entry_name($zip_entry);
           
$_tmp[$count]["stored_filename"] = zip_entry_name($zip_entry);
           
$_tmp[$count]["size"] = zip_entry_filesize($zip_entry);
           
$_tmp[$count]["compressed_size"] = zip_entry_compressedsize($zip_entry);
           
$_tmp[$count]["mtime"] = "";
           
$_tmp[$count]["comment"] = "";
           
$_tmp[$count]["folder"] = dirname(zip_entry_name($zip_entry));
           
$_tmp[$count]["index"] = $count;
           
$_tmp[$count]["status"] = "ok";
           
$_tmp[$count]["method"] = zip_entry_compressionmethod($zip_entry);
           
            if (
zip_entry_open($zip, $zip_entry, "r"))
            {
               
$buf = zip_entry_read($zip_entry, zip_entry_filesize($zip_entry));
                if(
$destiny)
                {
                   
$path_file = str_replace("/",DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR, $destiny . zip_entry_name($zip_entry));
                }
                else
                {
                   
$path_file = str_replace("/",DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR, $dir . zip_entry_name($zip_entry));
                }
               
$new_dir = dirname($path_file);
               
               
// Create Recursive Directory
               
mkdirr($new_dir);
               

               
$fp = fopen($dir . zip_entry_name($zip_entry), "w");
               
fwrite($fp, $buf);
               
fclose($fp);

               
zip_entry_close($zip_entry);
            }
            echo
"\n</pre>";
           
$count++;
        }

       
zip_close($zip);
    }
}
Unzip($dir,$file);
?>
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Anonymous
9 years ago
If (as me) all you wanted to do is store a big string (for example, a serialized array or the like) in a mysql BLOB field, remember that mysql has a COMPRESS() and UNCOMPRESS() pair of functions that do exactly that. Compression/decompression is therefore available also when accessing the DB from other languages like java, etc.
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krishnendu at spymac dot com
9 years ago
If you want to unzip an password protected file with php..try the following command....it works in Unix/Apache environment...I haven't tested in any other environment...

system("`which unzip` -P Password $zipfile -d $des",$ret_val)

Where $zipfile is the path to the .zip to be unzipped and $des is path to the destination directory.....here both absolute and relative path to the script (which contains this system command) will work...

if everything runs well...file should be unzipped at the $des directory..and you will get 0 value for $ret_val , which means success(info-zip.org)

Regards
Krishnendu
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travis
10 years ago
just a not of caution--using the dynamic zip class mentioned earlier seems to cause issues with high ascii characters (their values are not preserved correctly, and the file will not unzip)
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chris
11 years ago
Watch out with archives that contain subfolders if you're using the zip functions to extract archives to actual files.  Let's say you're trying to extract foldername/filename.txt from the archive.  You can't fopen a directory that doesn't exist, so you'll have to check for the existance of directory foldername and create it if it isn't found, then fopen foldername/filename.txt and begin writing to that.
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