Thread overview
How add png image to zip file using std.zip?
Feb 21
Marcone
Feb 21
JN
Feb 22
Marcone
February 21
	ZipArchive zip = new ZipArchive();
	std.file.write("foo.zip", zip.build());

	ArchiveMember f = new ArchiveMember();
	f.name = "Wallpaper_001.png";
	
	zip.addMember(f);
	std.file.write("foo.zip", zip.build());

File is added with file size 0.
How can I use expandedData for add images files? Or what I use for it?
February 21
On Sunday, 21 February 2021 at 17:17:56 UTC, Marcone wrote:
> 	ZipArchive zip = new ZipArchive();
> 	std.file.write("foo.zip", zip.build());
>
> 	ArchiveMember f = new ArchiveMember();
> 	f.name = "Wallpaper_001.png";
> 	
> 	zip.addMember(f);
> 	std.file.write("foo.zip", zip.build());
>
> File is added with file size 0.
> How can I use expandedData for add images files? Or what I use for it?

expandedData should hold the contents of the uncompressed file, as byte array. So something like:

f.name = "Wallpaper_001.png";
f.expandedData = cast(ubyte[])std.file.read("Wallpaper_001.png");

should work. f.name = "Wallpaper_001.png" only says "create a file named Wallpaper_001.png inside the zip". It doesn't say "put the Wallpaper_001.png file into the zip".
February 22
On Sunday, 21 February 2021 at 18:10:43 UTC, JN wrote:
> On Sunday, 21 February 2021 at 17:17:56 UTC, Marcone wrote:
>> 	ZipArchive zip = new ZipArchive();
>> 	std.file.write("foo.zip", zip.build());
>>
>> 	ArchiveMember f = new ArchiveMember();
>> 	f.name = "Wallpaper_001.png";
>> 	
>> 	zip.addMember(f);
>> 	std.file.write("foo.zip", zip.build());
>>
>> File is added with file size 0.
>> How can I use expandedData for add images files? Or what I use for it?
>
> expandedData should hold the contents of the uncompressed file, as byte array. So something like:
>
> f.name = "Wallpaper_001.png";
> f.expandedData = cast(ubyte[])std.file.read("Wallpaper_001.png");
>
> should work. f.name = "Wallpaper_001.png" only says "create a file named Wallpaper_001.png inside the zip". It doesn't say "put the Wallpaper_001.png file into the zip".

Very good! Work very well. I was trying using rawRead. Now work fine.