compression/decompression. It was originally written by Gary Linscott
based on decompression code by Juan Mellado and the 7-Zip SDK.
C. Scott Ananian started by cleaning up the source code and packaging
volo, then moved on to more extensive refactoring
and validation against the upstream Java implementation, adding
test cases, etc.
How to install
npm install lzma-purejs
volo add cscott/lzma-purejs
npm install npm test
There is a binary available in bin:
$ bin/lzmajs --help $ echo "Test me" | bin/lzmajs -z > test.lzma $ bin/lzmajs -d test.lzma Test me
var lzmajs = require('lzma-purejs'); var data = new Buffer('Example data', 'utf8'); var compressed = lzma.compressFile(data); var uncompressed = lzma.uncompressFile(compressed); // convert from array back to string var data2 = new Buffer(uncompressed).toString('utf8'); console.log(data2);
There is a streaming interface as well.
See the tests in the
tests/ directory for further usage examples.
require('lzma-purejs') returns a
lzmajs object. It contains two main
methods. The first is a function accepting one, two, three or four
lzmajs.compressFile = function(input, [output], [Number compressionLevel] or [props], [progress])
input argument can be a "stream" object (which must implement the
readByte method), or a
Buffer, or array.
If you omit the second argument,
array containing the byte values of the compressed data. If you pass
a second argument, it must be a "stream" object (which must implement the
The third argument may be omitted, or a number between 1 and 9 indicating
a compression level (1 being largest/fastest compression and 9 being
smallest/slowest compression), or else an object with fields specifying
specific lzma encoder parameters; see
lib/Util.js for details.
The fourth argument, if present, is a callback which will be invoked
multiple times as
progress(inSize, outSize), where inSize is the number of
input stream bytes which have currently been processed, and outSize is the
corresponding number of output bytes which have been generated.
The second exported method is a function accepting one or two parameters:
lzmajs.decompressFile = function(input, [output])
input parameter is as above.
If you omit the second argument,
decompressFile will return a
data, depending on what your platform supports. For most modern
platforms (modern browsers, recent node.js releases) the returned
value will be a
If you provide the second argument, it must be a "stream", implementing
test/stream.js for sample code using the
to implement an asynchronous de/compression interface.
- http://code.google.com/p/js-lzma Decompression code by Juan Mellado
Copyright (c) 2011 Gary Linscott
Copyright (c) 2011-2012 Juan Mellado
Copyright (c) 2013 C. Scott Ananian
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