What is your point?
Why are you referencing another thread on this one? This one is 10 months old. ???
On the thread you mentioned, Moshe, when I looked at the zip file, it contained ASPNET output. There was something wrong with your logic. You said you were going to try something else and get back to me. That's the last I heard from you on that
if you have more questions I am happy to to try help you through them. "Seems problem continues" is not a question.
Here's the thing - there are lots of potential causes of problems in any software application. Running an ASPNET page that uses DotNetZip to produce a zip file... well there are lots of moving parts in that particular combination. Normally it
works just fine, but sometimes it doesn't. And when it doesn't work perfectly, there are many many things that could be the cause of the problem. I do my best to produce a library that is usable, and many people use it successfully. Nonethless,
sometimes it's the library that causes the problem. It's also possible the problem is in the code you have written. Or in the configuration of ASPNET. Or maybe it's a lack of disk space, an incorrectly named file, and so on.
I am happy to try to work through these things with people, but I cannot magically solve problems. I can only ask questions and provide suggestions and feedback.
if you're still having a problem producing a simple ZIP file for a Mac, I'm interested to hear what the problem is.