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flat assembler > MenuetOS > @RCHER - Deflate unpacker by Willow

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willow



Joined: 26 Jan 2005
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@RCHER - Deflate unpacker by Willow
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@RCHER is intended to view & unpack data compressed by Deflate method
(including both static and dynamic Huffman). This method (although it isn't the
best already) is used by such file formats as ZIP (modern versions: PKZIP for
MS-DOS can create archives using other, less effective compression methods,
which @RCHER doesn't support), GZIP, JAR, OpenOffice files, SFX ZIP executables
and some others. I couldn't prevent myself to include support of PNG images
(they use the similar compression) and TAR and TAR+GZIP archives.



Description: @RHER sources, manual & MeOS executable
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Post 19 Jul 2005, 07:27
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kidscracker



Joined: 29 Oct 2004
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Thanks!!! After long days of search and googling i think i've finally found the deflate implementation i needed in assembler. Throught the time machine after 9 years Wink
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