There are 4 essential utilities included with XSharper: display version info, zip files, unzip archive, and to download a file from URL. They are not replacements for real zip/unzip/wget utilities, but do provide sufficient functionality for many scenarios and batch scripts w/o the need to download and install additional tools.
These utilities are actually XSharper scripts embedded into xsharper.exe, and source code can be seen/modified by adding //save parameter to command lines (e.g. xsharper //zip //save zip.xsh) .
Display version info and Xsharper's environment variables.
Store C:\Hello directory into a .ZIP archive C:\hello.zip:
There are many additional parameters available, for recursive compression, password protection, to help with hidden files & directories etc. Run xsharper //zip /? for more details.
Extract C:\hello.zip to C:\Hello2 (created if does not exist):
Run xsharper //unzip /? for more details.
wget it is not. Simply download data from the specified URL and save it to a file. If filename is not specified, file is saved to the current directory.
C:\>xsharper //download http://www.xsharper.com/xsharper.exe Downloading http://www.xsharper.com/xsharper.exe => C:\xsharper.exe ... ... Completed. 343040 bytes downloaded.