Pacifist opens up .pkg installer packages, .dmg disk images, .zip, .tar. tar.gz, .tar.bz2, .pax, and .xar archives and more, and lets you extract or install individual files out of them.
This is useful if you need to install just one file out of a package instead of the entire package (for example, if you deleted your Preview application and need to reinstall it, but not the whole operating system), or if you want to inspect a downloaded package to see what it will do before installing it. Pacifist can also load some archive types over HTTP, in case you want to extract just a single file from a large .zip archive without waiting for the entire archive to download. Finally, Pacifist can examine the kernel extensions installed in your system to let you see what installer installed them, and whether the installer was made by Apple or a third-party.
WHAT'S NEW Version 3.2.14:
Added experimental support for Mac OS X 10.10 (â€œYosemiteâ€) packages
Fixed a bug that caused errors on extracting from certain packages
Fixed a bug that could cause package scripts not to extract properly
Fixed a bug that could cause crashes during the â€œVerifying Filesâ€ stage for some packages
Fixed a bug that could cause false positives during the verification process
Fixed a bug that could cause errors on extracting files from archives with certain properties
Fixed a performance issue that could cause some packages to load slowly
Worked around an oddity in Appleâ€™s install packages that caused some .icns files not to extract properly
Fixed a cosmetic issue affecting the display of checksums
Intel, 64-bit processor
OS X 10.6.8 or later
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