I am looking for a software to handle archives on OS X. I know there are many of them quite easy to find, but none seems to have the most basic feature that most Windows archive applications have: browsing!
I mean, most OS X unarchivers, when they open an archive, they just unzip it... then ask you for target location in the best case.
What I want is something such as WinRAR or 7zip, which is basically an explorer (ie. Finder) that opens archives.
What I want is precisely this! I want to be able to browse any archive without extracting it, opening files directly from the archive and then be able to modify it so that the file is actually modified in the archive. I want to be able to drag'n'drop a file to and from an archive to extract/add it.
Those features are so useful when modifying directly JAR files contents, JAR files MANIFESTs, war webapps conf-files and so on...