./archivers/trrntzip, Create zip archives in a standard format

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.2, Package name: trrntzip-1.2, Maintainer: wiz

Torrentzip converts zip archives to a standard format with some
pre-defined values, sorting the files, and using particular
compression settings so that running it on zip archives created by
other tools will always result in the same output. This helps e.g.
with sharing zip archives using BitTorrent (which is where the name
comes from).


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   2024-02-22 13:46:06 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
trrntzip: update to 1.2.

# 1.2 [2024-02-22]

* fix a build error on windows
* improve log file handling
* add -e and -l options to set (or disable) error log file and logging directory
* revert zip64 format changes from last release
* update included source for minizip to version from zlib-1.3.1
* various fixes and code cleanup
   2024-01-16 22:47:10 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
trrntzip: update to 1.1.

    zip64 format: zip64 EOCD was missing in some cases
    add -q flag to reduce log output
    update included source for minizip to version from zlib-1.2.13
    fix -g description
    canonicalize sort order
    fix memory leak
    improve temporary file handling
    do not follow symlinks, only handle regular files
    various other fixes

Thanks to our new contributor: @miller-alex
   2023-01-23 19:32:30 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
trrntzip: convert to cmake/build.mk
   2022-06-18 01:05:04 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
archivers/trrntzip: import trrntzip-1.0

Torrentzip converts zip archives to a standard format with some
pre-defined values, sorting the files, and using particular
compression settings so that running it on zip archives created by
other tools will always result in the same output. This helps e.g.
with sharing zip archives using BitTorrent (which is where the name
comes from).