XZ for Java

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This aims to be a complete implementation of XZ data compression in pure Java. Single-threaded streamed compression and decompression and random access decompression have been fully implemented. Threading is planned but it is unknown when it will be implemented.

https://tukaani.org/xz/java.html
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