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  1. Okay, now I see what you're saying. I would...

    Okay, now I see what you're saying. I would rather not re-write the existing server protocol that other software than mine also uses if gzip provides a way to access the information from the gzip...
  2. Thanks. It's a reasonable point of view, and...

    Thanks. It's a reasonable point of view, and true, but if the zlib header already contains the information which I want, one would hope that the authors of zlib would create some function to access...
  3. The main thing wrong with it is that I have no...

    The main thing wrong with it is that I have no idea what you're taling about. For instance, your first sentence is "2 bytes compressed length in network byte order (=n)." What two bytes? Are you...
  4. Thanks. Are there any access functions for the...

    Thanks. Are there any access functions for the header components?
  5. Zlib / Gzip - Estimating Uncompressed Size in Advance

    I have a program which exchanges streams of data with a server across the Internet. It runs on Linux. Different users run it on a wide variety of flavors of Linux. The data streams are compressed....
  6. Thread: Zlib, GZip

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    I ultimately found an answer. It works if I use...

    I ultimately found an answer. It works if I use deflateInit2() instead of deflateInit() and add 16 to the parameter WindowBits. It's not real well documented. Going from buffer to buffer instead...
  7. Thread: Zlib, GZip

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    Thank you for your reply.

    Thank you for your reply.
  8. Thread: Zlib, GZip

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    Zlib, GZip

    I need to compress messages to a remote server and decompress messages which I receive from it. The remote server is running Windows and uses gzip from the class IO.Compression.GZipStream. The...
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