#!/usr/bin/perl -w
# Shows one way to write a self-extracting archive file.
# This is not intended for production use, and it always extracts to a
# subdirectory with a fixed name.
# Plus, it requires Perl and A::Z to be installed first.
# In general, you want to provide a stub that is platform-specific.
# You can use 'unzipsfx' that it provided with the Info-Zip unzip program.
# Get this from http://www.info-zip.org .
# $Revision: 1.6 $
use strict;

use Archive::Zip;
use IO::File;

# Make a self-extracting Zip file.

die "usage: $0 sfxname file [...]\n" unless @ARGV > 1;

my $outputName = shift();

my $zip = Archive::Zip->new();

foreach my $file (@ARGV) {

my $fh = IO::File->new($outputName, O_CREAT | O_WRONLY | O_TRUNC, 0777)
  or die "Can't open $outputName\: $!\n";

# add self-extracting Perl code

while (<DATA>) {



# below the __DATA__ line is the extraction stub:
# Self-extracting Zip file extraction stub
# Copyright (C) 2002 Ned Konz

use Archive::Zip qw(:ERROR_CODES);
use IO::File;
use File::Spec;

my $dir = $ARGV[0] || 'extracted';
my $zip = Archive::Zip->new();
my $fh = IO::File->new($0) or die "Can't open $0\: $!\n";
die "Zip read error\n" unless $zip->readFromFileHandle($fh) == AZ_OK;

(mkdir($dir, 0777) or die "Can't create directory $dir\: $!\n") unless -d $dir;

for my $member ( $zip->members )
	$member->extractToFileNamed( File::Spec->catfile($dir,$member->fileName) );