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> De: "Mike Melanson"
> À: [email protected]
> Envoyé: Mercredi 28 Mars 2012 09:01:24
> Objet: Re: [xz-devel] The right data for Embedded XZ?
> On 3/27/2012 11:47 PM, [email protected] wrote:
> > I have used xzminidec code unchanged and --check=crc32 has to be
> > used during compression with xz as this is the onlyt crc supported
> > by xzminidec.
> > Depending of data to be compressed size, setting dictionary size on
> > compression to the size of uncompressed data help to minimize
> > memory requirement on decompression.
> > To create a floppy image, Lasse advised me to use xz --check=crc32
> > --lzma2=dict=2MiB,nice=273,depth=512
> Thanks for the tips. I'm still having the same difficulty with these
> options, though (xz_dec_run() just returns XZ_DATA_ERROR).
> Is xzminidec the same as Embedded XZ that I'm trying to use?
> -Mike Melanson
cd userspace && make
should compile xzminidec for you.
I hacked the makefile a bit more to compile against klibc.