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archiver - Easily create and extract

  •    Go

Package archiver makes it trivially easy to make and extract common archive formats such as .zip, and .tar.gz. Simply name the input and output file(s).Files are put into the root of the archive; directories are recursively added, preserving structure.

xz - Pure golang package for reading and writing xz-compressed files

  •    Go

This Go language package supports the reading and writing of xz compressed streams. It includes also a gxz command for compressing and decompressing data. The package is completely written in Go and doesn't have any dependency on any C code. The following example program shows how to use the API.

decompress-tarxz - tar.xz plugin for decompress

  •    Javascript

Returns both a Promise for a Buffer and a Duplex stream.Buffer or stream to decompress.




node-xz - node bindings for the xz (LZMA2) compression library, using streams

  •    C++

Xz is the node binding for the xz library, which implements (streaming) LZMA2 compression. The API consists of only two stream transform classes: Compressor and Decompressor.

zimmer - streaming parser for the ZIM aka OpenZIM file format http://www

  •    Javascript

streaming parser for the ZIM aka OpenZIM file format http://www.openzim.org/wiki/ZIM_file_format

lzma-native - Node

  •    C++

This package provides interfaces for compression and decompression of .xz (and legacy .lzma) files, both stream-based and string-based. Note: As of version 1.0.0, this module provides pre-built binaries for multiple Node.js versions and all major OS using node-pre-gyp, so for 99 % of users no compiler toolchain is necessary. Please create an issue here if you have any trouble installing this module.

unpackit - Go package to natively decompress and unarchive tar

  •    Go

Go package to natively decompress and unarchive tar.gz, tar.bzip2, tar.xz, zip and tar files.






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