Unique RAR File Library for Linux


License: Freeware
Downloads: 4
Op. System: Linux
Last updated: 2009-02-26
File size: 127 KB
Publisher: Christian Scheurer
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The UniquE RAR File Library is a platform-independent, small and fast Static library for decompressing RAR files (RAR archives are created with WinRAR). Full RAR v2.0 file format support of all compression methods, including Multimedia compression and encoding is available. Features -cross platform Win32, Linux, SunOS, WinCE, OS/2, and other platforms with an ANSI C compiler -free and open source choose between GPL and unrarlib license -full RAR 2.0 support any compression method, including multimedia compression and encryption is supported (compatible with RAR and WinRAR v2.9) -Easy to use simple samples (memory-to-memory, file-to-memory decompression and list all files in a RAR archive) one line of code is needed to Extract a file from a RAR archive -Powerful and stable tiny (adds only about 5..10kB of size to the executable) fast (assembly optimized kernel available, decodes 3.5MB/Sec (output was 11.5MB/Sec) on a K7 600MHz under Win2k) based on the Free Unrar source code by Eugene Roshal, the author of RAR and WinRAR -NO WARRANTY, you use this at your own risk! there is absolutely NO warranty - if you don't like it, don't use it!

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