Release Notes: A massive code rewrite was done. Compression windows should be limited by available RAM now on 64-bit systems. The compression advantages on large files on 64-bit machines with large RAM are massive. The limit on 32-bit is still 2GB. The file format is no longer compatible with earlier versions of lrzip. Support for decompressing older formats is present, but all new files will be generated in the new format. Minor speedups were done. Decompression should no longer stall at 4GB boundaries for extended periods, making decompression much faster for files larger than 4GB. Many documentation and benchmark updates were made.
Release Notes: This release adds various fixes for the lrztar wrapper.
Release Notes: Fixes -O not working on lrztar. Makes it less likely to run out of RAM when working with STDIO or using -U on huge files. Fixes corrupt archives being generated from incompressible data or very small files. Fixes endianness on various platforms for MD5 calculation to work. Fixes rare corruption when compressing with lzma from STDIN. Fixes all blank data being generated when compressing from STDIN on OS X. Performance micro-optimizations. Fixes corrupt archives being generated when all the same non-zero bytes exist on large files.
Release Notes: A fix for a broken lrztar in 0.613 was committed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug which made massive files show an incorrect md5 value on decompression, compression of ultra-small files to corrupt archives, compilation on various platforms, and a crash related to using -S.
Release Notes: This release has been updated to a new zpaq library backend which is faster and now supports three different compression levels. This significantly increases the maximum compression available by lrzip with -L 9. The include file Lrzip.h used by liblrzip is now properly installed into $prefix/include.