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AFAIK pk3 files are zip files with another extension. Check the header, if the first two bytes are PK it''s a zip package.

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Hi ...

You can treat the .pk3 like a normal zip-archive ....
just open/unpack it with winzip or whatever tool you like.

Perhaps you have to rename it to .zip for winzip, but i'm not sure

Hope this helps ..

EDIT : Posting took too long ... only 3rd :-)

[edited by - RuntimeError on July 7, 2003 5:03:31 PM]

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