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1This directory contains examples of the use of zlib.
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3fitblk.c
4    compress just enough input to nearly fill a requested output size
5    - zlib isn't designed to do this, but fitblk does it anyway
6
7gun.c
8    uncompress a gzip file
9    - illustrates the use of inflateBack() for high speed file-to-file
10      decompression using call-back functions
11    - is approximately twice as fast as gzip -d
12    - also provides Unix uncompress functionality, again twice as fast
13
14gzappend.c
15    append to a gzip file
16    - illustrates the use of the Z_BLOCK flush parameter for inflate()
17    - illustrates the use of deflatePrime() to start at any bit
18
19gzjoin.c
20    join gzip files without recalculating the crc or recompressing
21    - illustrates the use of the Z_BLOCK flush parameter for inflate()
22    - illustrates the use of crc32_combine()
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24gzlog.c
25gzlog.h
26    efficiently maintain a message log file in gzip format
27    - illustrates use of raw deflate and Z_SYNC_FLUSH
28    - illustrates use of gzip header extra field
29
30zlib_how.html
31    painfully comprehensive description of zpipe.c (see below)
32    - describes in excruciating detail the use of deflate() and inflate()
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34zpipe.c
35    reads and writes zlib streams from stdin to stdout
36    - illustrates the proper use of deflate() and inflate()
37    - deeply commented in zlib_how.html (see above)
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39zran.c
40    index a zlib or gzip stream and randomly access it
41    - illustrates the use of Z_BLOCK, inflatePrime(), and
42      inflateSetDictionary() to provide random access
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