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    zRecompress

    As I previously told in the FileOptimizer post, here is my GZ and SWF recompressor.

    It supports LZMA via latest LZMA SDK, and 7-Zip deflate, on the website there are more additional details.

    http://guti.is-great.org/static.php?page=zRecompress

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    thank you for this one.. I have tested against swf files and its fine..good for batch processing.
    can you add option to display the process as it go for a minute then there is an output.

    hope swf-LZMA compressing in 7-zip is supported as unpacking is working

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    Thank you very much for trying it maad. I will add this more verbose progress information in my todo list.
    As for LZMA compressed SWF, at least 7-Zip 9.28 alpha, is able to do it.

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    i have it but its does not compress but only unpack

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    Quote Originally Posted by maadjordan View Post
    i have it but its does not compress but only unpack
    You are right, I totally misunderstood you. It is able to unpack them, but not to pack them.
    That is one of the reasons I added this capability to zRecompress and FileOptimizer.

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    I have updated it to version 2.10:
    - Improved deflate compression ration by increasing passes to 255.
    - More detailed progress information (maadjordan).
    - Minor internal optimizations.

    Hope you liked.

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    zRecompress 2.11 has been released. It is essentially 2.10 compiled with the Windows XP compatibility provided in Visual C++ 2012 Update 1.
    Find it at http://nikkhokkho.sourceforge.net/st...ge=zRecompress

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikkho View Post
    zRecompress 2.11 has been released. It is essentially 2.10 compiled with the Windows XP compatibility provided in Visual C++ 2012 Update 1.
    Find it at http://nikkhokkho.sourceforge.net/st...ge=zRecompress
    Have you planned to port it to other platforms (Linux, Mac OS X...)?
    Could you add .lzma and .xz recompression?

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    Quote Originally Posted by caveman View Post
    Have you planned to port it to other platforms (Linux, Mac OS X...)?
    Not indeed, but the code should be portable enought to make it compile without so much changes.

    Quote Originally Posted by caveman View Post
    Could you add .lzma and .xz recompression?
    Yes, it is in my list, althought it will require some time to be implemented.

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    Good afternoon nikkho!
    I wanted to ask, you in zRecompress couldn't add a possibility to specify parameters of compression of LZMA and Deflate.
    For example: - tswf-deflate - pass15 - fb258 - mx9
    Last edited by lorents17; 24th January 2013 at 00:18.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lorents17 View Post
    I wanted to ask, you in zRecompress couldn't add a possibility to specify parameters of compression of LZMA and Deflate.
    For example: - tswf-deflate - pass15 - fb258 - mx9
    It is a good idea, and should not be hard to implement. Let me find some spare time.

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    nikkho good day!
    You could not make a program that convert archives ZIP file with SWF c Deflate compression method in SWF c compression method Deflate.

    How it is implemented in these projects
    http://kaioa.com/node/87
    https://github.com/duncanbeevers/swf_recompress
    Last edited by lorents17; 2nd March 2014 at 20:12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lorents17 View Post
    nikkho good day!
    You could not make a program that convert archives ZIP file with SWF c Deflate compression method in SWF c compression method Deflate.

    How it is implemented in these projects
    http://kaioa.com/node/87
    https://github.com/duncanbeevers/swf_recompress

    Very interesting lorents17, thanks for the point.
    Unfortunatelly it seems to be implemented on Java, which means that JRE/JDK will be an additional dependency for using it, and is what I want to avoid.

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    I fully agree, do not force the user to install the correct JRE / JDK
    there is no way to write a program with such functionality, but without java?

    How much I have not tested, kzip outputs the result is significantly higher than zopfli or 7-zip.

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    Tell me, what version of 7-zip is used in zRecompress?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lorents17 View Post
    Tell me, what version of 7-zip is used in zRecompress?
    For LZMA it is using LZMA 9.22.
    For deflate it uses a modified 7-Zip 3.x source that comes in AdvanceCOMP.

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