Feature proposal: -list option 2008-11-27 17:07:04 Although WavPack is not an orthodox archiver of files, I have thought of using WavPack through a more generic file or archive manager as a frontend. A good example of this would be Total Commander and its MultiArc plugin. I have made some attempts to deploy WavPack using Total Commander (an example of this can be seen here).TC and MultiArc are quite comfy when it comes to opening or creating any kind of archives. At least MultiArc has been coded keeping in mind the usual archivers, which have at least the add, list and extract commands. It was already possible to use the "Add" command in MultiArc. But the system is designed so that it would be very cumbersome (if not practicable) to use two different exe files for packing and unpacking. Secondly, in order to properly (conventionally) unpack a wv in MultiArc, there should be a command for listing, even if the archive just contains one file.Therefore, I have two proposals for future (or feature requests):(1) Provide a one (joint) exe file combining both wavpack and wvunpack (just as an option besides the separate files).and/or(2) Implement a -list (or similar) option without actual unpacking, displaying to the console the original file name, the original file size, and the original file's date and time with clear markers for external archive managers to start and end processing (and with the output produced so that the field patterns like name start point would be definite for automatic recognition). An example would be something like this:C:\>wavpack -list wavpackedfile.wvwould produce e.g.: WAVPACK Hybrid Lossless Audio Compressor and Decompressor Win32 Version 5.00.0 Copyright © 1998 - 2008 Conifer Software. All Rights Reserved. ============================================= File name: wavfile.wav Original size: 99999999 bytes Original date: 2008-11-27 Original time: 20:20 =============================================This could actually be combined with the present -s and -ss options of wvunpack.In that way, the use of wavpack could be simplified even more, and wavpack could become more popular.