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https://www.kaskus.co.id/thread/52e329df108b46b0538b468d/askmodifikasi-xpi
ask(modifikasi *.xpi)
Mohon bantuan teman2 disini, saya punya program *.xpi semacam bot (jadi plug in mozilla versi 3 kebawah) untuk game travian t.3.6 kebawah.
yang jadi masalah, bagaimana caranya program itu bisa bekerja di mozilla terbaru dan link nya ke website selain travian (karena saat ini travian pake versi t.4)

Bila ada yang bersedia membantu saya, hitung2 belajar lebih dalam atau sebagai tantangan (programer kan biasanya senang tantangan,hehe), dan saya juga bisa kasih imbalan sekedarnya.
terimakasih, kpd teman2 programer disini.
bukannya tinggal ganti aja ya konfigurasi browser supportnya di file xpinya. buat buka file xpinya bisa dibuka pake aplikasi 7zip dan sebagainya.
Quote:Original Posted By gaksama
bukannya tinggal ganti aja ya konfigurasi browser supportnya di file xpinya. buat buka file xpinya bisa dibuka pake aplikasi 7zip dan sebagainya.


ga bisa gan
cek header filenya gan.. buka pake notepad / notepad++ dari situ ane dapat
ask(modifikasi *.xpi)
jadi ane coba googling, bukanya pake PKWARE
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PKZIP continues to be the gold standard in data compression and file management, evolving as your needs have changed. PKZIP compresses and extracts files to greatly reduce required storage space and transmission times. And, by using the ZIP standard, the most widely used file standard in the world, you can easily exchange data across all major enterprise computing platforms more efficiently and effectively, including:

PKZIP for z/OS®
PKZIP for Linux on System z
PKZIP for i5/OS®
PKZIP Server
PKZIP for Windows Desktop
PKZIP for DOS®
With the launch of SecureZIP, PKWARE successfully entered the data security marketplace, combining reliable ZIP compression and strong encryption to deliver a data-centric security solution. Click here to learn more about SecureZIP.


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This format is designed for cross-platform data exchange and efficient data storage for a set of related files. ZIP_PK is a de facto industry standard, developed, maintained, and openly documented by PKWARE. The original version of the format was developed by Phil Katz (hence the "PK" in PKWARE). ZIP_PK combines data compression, file management, and data encryption within a portable archive format. A ZIP file is a package containing one or more files, usually compressed and sometimes encrypted. The basic structure consists of a sequence of chunks comprising a "local file header" followed by the file data (after compression and/or encryption) followed by a chunk known as the "central directory," which lists the files in the package along with key metadata to support their extraction, decryption, etc. Over the years the format has been extended by PKWARE to adapt to new expectations of users and to changing technology, for example, to allow improved methods for compression and encryption, to support larger file sizes, and to support UNICODE UTF-8 for filenames. See Notes below for more detail on chronological versions.

Over the years a few variants of the ZIP format have been introduced by other companies, variants that were not necessarily fully compatible with any particular ZIP_PK version, with the differences often being related to timing of introduction of new features, such as support for long file names or stronger encryption. For clarity, the compilers of this resource have chosen to use the name "ZIP_PK" for the format described in this document. See Notes below for a brief discussion of variants.

ZIP_PK has been adopted as the package or container for several digital formats that represent a single document or other logical unit but comprise multiple files. These include:

Office Open XML (OOXML, standardized as ECMA 376 and ISO/IEC 29500)
Office Document Format (ODF, version 1.0 from OASIS, later standardized as ISO/IEC 26300)
Java ARchive (JAR, used to distribute software applications or libraries in the Java programming language)
EPUB (for electronic publications, developed by the International Digital Publishing Forum). See EPUB_3.