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Group :: System/Libraries
Source RPM: minizip-ng
Current version: 3.0.3-alt1
Built: 21 days ago
Size: 557 KB
Repocop status: skip
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License: Zlib
Summary: Fork of the popular zip manipulation library found in the zlib distribution

Fork of the popular zip manipulation library found in the zlib distribution.


* Creating and extracting zip archives.
* Adding and removing entries from zip archives.
* Read and write raw zip entry data.
* Reading and writing zip archives from memory.
* Zlib, BZIP2, and LZMA compression methods.
* Password protection through Traditional PKWARE and WinZIP AES encryption.
* Buffered streaming for improved I/O performance.
* NTFS timestamp support for UTC last modified, last accessed, and creation dates.
* Disk split support for splitting zip archives into multiple files.
* Preservation of file attributes across file systems.
* Follow and store symbolic links.
* Unicode filename support through UTF-8 encoding.
* Legacy character encoding support CP437, CP932, CP936, CP950.
* Turn off compilation of compression, decompression, or encryption.
* Windows (Win32 & WinRT), macOS and Linux platform support.
* Streaming interface for easy implementation of additional platforms.
* Support for Apple's compression library ZLIB implementation.
* Zero out local file header information.
* Zip/unzip of central directory to reduce size.
* Ability to generate and verify CMS signature for each entry.
* Recover the central directory if it is corrupt or missing.
* Example minizip command line tool.

List of contributors:

List of rpms provided by this srpm:
  • libminizip-ng-devel
  • libminizip3
  • libminizip3-debuginfo
Recent changes (last three changelog entries):

2021-09-07 Denis Nazarov 3.0.3-alt1

    - Version 3.0.3

2021-05-10 Denis Nazarov 3.0.2-alt1

    - Version 3.0.2

2021-03-05 Denis Nazarov 3.0.1-alt1

    - Version 3.0.1
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