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Version 0.16rc1 of Lbzip2

Release Notes: Features like settable compression block size and working with file operands were implemented. lbzip2 can now be considered a multi-threaded, command-line compatible replacement for bzip2 in most situations. Lbzip2 never deletes or overwrites files, however. The workaround for an earlier GNU getconf bug was extended to EGLIBC in the large file support build script. The development status was degraded to beta.

Other releases

  •  26 Mar 2014 21:20

Release Notes: This version fixes two major bugs introduced in 2.4, which could have resulted in assertion failure or poor compression performance.

  •  16 Mar 2014 22:09

    Release Notes: This release introduces a sequential mode of operation which is not used by default, but can be activated with a commandline switch. This new mode usually improves the compression ratio and decreases CPU usage at the cost of degraded scalability. This release also fixes several minor bugs.

    Release Notes: This release adds a new feature: When decompressing with both --force and --stdout options given, lbzip2 will copy files which are not in bzip2 format, instead of reporting an invalid file format. This release also fixes several minor bugs.

    •  06 Aug 2012 20:46

    Release Notes: The decompressor was made more bzip2-compatible. All valid bzip2 files should now be properly decompressed by lbzip2. Memory allocation was reduced significantly. Compression performance was improved by the inclusion of new block-sorting code using the divsufsort algorithm. This version also fixes a few other minor bugs.

    •  23 Nov 2011 23:36

    Release Notes: This release fixes a use-after-free security vulnerability introduced in version 2.0. All users are recommended to update to version 2.1.

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