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- Subject: Re: Lua that generates executables?
- From: Adrián Pérez <copylight@...>
- Date: Sat, 27 Nov 2004 22:40:25 +0100
El 17/11/2004, a las 0:10, David Given escribió:
Daniel Quintela wrote:
Remember that the zip file format supports multiple compression
method in a member by member basis.
You can compress some members with the "old" method and others with
[...] Also, bz2 compression in ZIP files is rather new and not
particularly well supported. Standard ZIP files haven't changed much
from good old PKZIP 2.04g (and it's scary the way that version number
rolls off the keyboard).
What about LZO compression? It has a good compression ratio, comparable
to gzip, and it has fast decompression times using quite small buffers.
There is miniLZO available, too: it's weights only 12 kB (compiled for
MacOS X) and has full decompression support plus minimal support for
compression (only one compression method supported, all decompression
The library is GPL.
Tiny Lua miniLZO module:
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