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Sniper



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Ha-ha-ha! 7-zip compressed BETTER! Check one more time!
Post 18 Jun 2004, 06:31
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tom tobias



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Post 18 Jun 2004, 09:48
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mega-squall



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It all depends on the stuff.

Ratio beetwen 7z and rar is not constant when compressing different stuffs, like sounds, video, text, raw data, etc ...
Post 18 Jun 2004, 16:25
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bloglite



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Many comparison studies have been done against 7z.

We 've used it since '01 for all compression
Best all around and 7z created files will still unzip w/ other zip progs.
uncompresses a full list of archive types.

All Gridworks releases are 7zipped w/zip extension.

Link and Quote from Sourceforge is below.




http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/sevenzip/7z313.exe?download


7-Zip is a file archiver with the highest compression ratio. The program supports 7z, ZIP, CAB, RAR, ARJ, GZIP, BZIP2, TAR, CPIO, RPM and DEB formats. Compression ratio in the new 7z format is 30-50% better than ratio in ZIP format.

* Development Status: 5 - Production/Stable
* Environment: Console (Text Based), Win32 (MS Windows)
* Intended Audience: Developers, End Users/Desktop, System Administrators
* License: GNU Library or Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
* Natural Language: English
* Operating System: Windows 95/98/2000, Windows NT/2000
* Programming Language: C++
Post 18 Jun 2004, 16:50
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Sniper



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bloglite wrote:

* License: GNU Library or Lesser General Public License (LGPL)

This is *very* important thing isn't it? Wink
Post 18 Jun 2004, 21:04
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VitalOne



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On Text, RAW, BMP, & MenuetOS Files WinRAR Compresses single files better...but 7z Compresses the group of files better. So I guess 7z is better
Post 19 Jun 2004, 01:27
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bloglite



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Don't know what printer he's printing from but Meos prints!


Go see it at


http://meosfiles.narod.ru/demo00a.jpg
Post 06 Jul 2004, 00:49
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Trans



Joined: 24 Jan 2004
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Trans
Hi All!

I known what the printer make this page, because I shell try creating to printer driver for MeOS now. It's not a fake. It's realy printed from MeOS. At nearest time I begin engeneer sample's mass test for other printers compatibility. The support of LPT printers this PCL language (some laser printer) now. The support of ESC/P2 language in work now.

Trans.
Post 06 Jul 2004, 07:58
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Ville



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Ville
Menuet driver model is designed to work the following way.

1) Driver accesses the device from userspace.
2) Applications communicate with the driver via IPC.

To access the current Menuet IO layer with port protection, check out RTDATA.ASM. The file shows the basic access functions about how to communicate with devices ( printers, modems ) and interrupts from user space. Other programs can communicate with the driver with IPC. Menuet IPC is fast, megabytes per second.
Post 06 Jul 2004, 10:37
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Trans



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Trans
Thanks Ville. But I know it.

Trans.
Post 06 Jul 2004, 12:07
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bloglite



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Post 17 Aug 2004, 23:43
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bloglite



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Just updated download so you get both the iso and exe in one dl.

GridWorks Distro EZ0.78p3 DEMO w EZ FAT32 Setup and AutoServer
(recent upgraded progs too. TinyPad & Systree have new features)
bunches of apps to try (look around with systree to find them)

http://www.geocities.com/wemakeitbig

left the archived versions there also.

New big ISO with everything we can think of on it (Menuet related that is)
is almost ready.
Post 23 Sep 2004, 12:20
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Pavlushin Evgeni



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Pavlushin Evgeni
68 Version of XTREE Cool

Download from
www.deck4.narod.ru/XTREE.rar

look screenshoot
www.deck4.narod.ru/XTREE68.jpg

;60Ver Create monolith FileList procedure
;61Ver FileList coordinats set
;62Ver Panel in left of window
;63Ver New skin and add image scroll buttons
;64Ver Run file from HD bug deleted.
;65Ver The bad scroll realization
;66Ver The good scroll realization, url line anti-flick
;67Ver Url line monolith procedure
;68Ver Mini icon on left of file name
Post 24 Sep 2004, 11:26
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Mike Hibbett



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Mike Hibbett
Looks really nice Evgeni.

I couldn't tell from looking in the source files, are you releasing this under the GPL?

Mike
Post 24 Sep 2004, 11:55
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Madis731



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Madis731
Hi there,
we all understand that our native language is not always English so
we shuld help each other out!
I found a mistake: NOT Create by
BUT "Created by"

and one sidenote: gif-s, png-s are better when expressing non-photographic
images, so your demo is about your program, NOT the background. I think
that let that background be blurry and with few colours but you can show
that program more accurately and with less size because www.deck4.narod.ru
is extremely slow and I had to let my browser load JPG in the background Sad
while doing other thing for about a minute (which is not much but for nowdays
applications...too much)
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drh3xx



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drh3xx
What setup is that russian server? I only got a transfer rate of about 500Bps.
I think that's why the image took so long to display Smile
In my experience PNG's are usually larger than their JPEG counterparts.
Post 25 Sep 2004, 12:00
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Pavlushin Evgeni



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Pavlushin Evgeni
Mike im not releasing x-tree under the GPL? X-tree is free!

Add new x-tree to downloads and to distributive If you wont.
sourcefiles includet to archive SYSTRE68.ASM
Post 25 Sep 2004, 14:24
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Pavlushin Evgeni



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Pavlushin Evgeni
www.narod.ru is slow hosting but he is free! Sorry!
Post 25 Sep 2004, 14:27
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Madis731



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Madis731
Actually there are only rare cases where PNG, GIF are smaller than JPEG, JPG, J2K, ...
and this is one of them: Its non-photorealistic, it has concretized colors and I think bearly under 256 colours


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Post 25 Sep 2004, 16:45
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drh3xx



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drh3xx
Don't worry about it Pavlushin Evgeni.
I was just pointing out that transfer rate probably had more of an effect on time taken rather than image format Smile
Post 25 Sep 2004, 20:30
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