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Thread: PIM 1.0alpha2 is here!

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    What's new:
    + Fixed LZP buffer size, as a result higher compression. Archives created with this version in some cases incompatible with previous one.
    + Optimized program structure and code

    Link:
    Download PIM 1.0alpha2 (30 KB)


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    Thanks!

    Will test it very soon.

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    Timed on AMD Sempron 2400+

    File: ENWIK8 large text file.

    Decompressed: 95.3 MB (100,000,000 bytes)
    Compressed: 26.0 MB (27,293,412 bytes)

    Time:

    Kernel Time = 1.343 = 00:00:01.343 = 1%
    User Time = 109.718 = 00:01:49.718 = 93%
    Process Time = 111.062 = 00:01:51.062 = 94%
    Global Time = 116.953 = 00:01:56.953 = 100%

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    A vector for future improvements:
    + Add folders support. And it's mandatory. So you can add the entire folder, including subfolders and files to archive.
    + Add WAV-filter.
    + Try to implement LZP solid or some kind of solid mode.


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    + Add folders support. And it's mandatory. So you can add the entire folder, including subfolders and files to archive.

    Good to know about that!
    But when will PIM have a GUI like PIMPLE?

    Luis

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    A vector for future improvements:
    + Add folders support. And it's mandatory. So you can add the entire folder, including subfolders and files to archive.
    + Add WAV-filter.
    + Try to implement LZP solid or some kind of solid mode.


    I'm not interested in a GUI myself but the rest is good news.

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    But when will PIM have a GUI like PIMPLE?

    I'm not sure, but I think it will be eventually implemented. But currently I'm just developing a proper archive handling and trying to better adopt existing engine (TC compression) to solid mode.


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