I am writing a program that will parse filenames from disc images in a multitude of different formats, and Iso7z works really well for me (and all the formats I need), but I am unable to get it to work in a sensible way from the command line (which I would need to include it in my program). The problem isn't being able to use the plugin but more how it exposes the contents of each container format as an iso file. I want to essentially "peek" inside this iso file without a full extraction and list the file names within it, the problem is the 7zip command line won't let me because the iso file itself is within an archive (listing contents of the container just gives me the iso file). In the GUI (7zFM) I can do this very easily, I can just open the file (double click or enter) in place and it shows me the contents without attempting to do a full extraction, but have not found a similar way of doing this from the command line (which I need for my application). Hopefully someone here can help me with a workaround for this issue. Thanks in Advance.