I added a very early beta version of my gzip decompressor to the web at http://www.cs.tut.fi/~albert/Dev/ -> gunzip.c64 You are welcome to try it. (A diskimage was decompressed in 8:15 with a 1581, makes it 0.345kB/sec. But this is just the first version.) Current operation reads a named gzipped file from a named drive and decompress the contents to another named drive (so you can use two drives). If a file contains many concatenated gzip-files, they are all decompressed. All three deflate modes are supported: stored, fixed huffman and dynamic huffman. What it lacks is 1) 'proper' load and save routines (even just changing from CHARIN/CHAROUT to serial bus routines would probably help) 2) 'spiffy' user interface 3) most error checking (how do I check for "file not found" and "file already exists" after OPEN? Do I absolutely need to open a command channel for that?) 4) direct write mode for D64.gz -> disk So, anyone interested in helping me in these? -Pasi -- "In the memory of the nine and the one." -- Sheridan waking up in Babylon 5:"Confessions and Lamentations" - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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