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Old 10-06-2016, 16:25
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Hi guys, you might have noticed I have been creating a lot of CLS plugins for Freearc, it seems like for any compressor that I have in mind, well I have been trying on nanozip the only problem is the overall result hasn't been that effective, either the final size is affected badly or progress via Inno Setup or CMD window takes long to reflect dude to the fact that nanozip gives back false data when I try to steal(take) data from it while it is processing then end up with CRC error.

I gave it one last chance today then Panker told me something tragic, the creator is no longer with us which is why it isn't getting further updates however we decided that we must not give up on trying to make cls even if it doesn't work the way it is supposed to. Which is why I came up with the idea to try and give the message through to the user about the progress of the installation/unpacking process. (Not really sad because of no more updates, which is what most repackers would be sad of)

What I did was since it takes long to make reflections of the progress of nanozip was to make a cls that displays a GUI that shows the progress because at least I was able to figure out its progress.

So far progress is: 90%, the 10% is because after Inno Setup has used the CLS it crashes but anyways, I uploaded a few screenshots to show you guys how it looks like.
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Old 10-06-2016, 22:14
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CLS-Nanozip What will it be ready?
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Old 10-06-2016, 23:31
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So what method it'll have when it is done,How effective it'll be than other zips?
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a very good idea, but I am concerned about the issue can somehow speed up the unpacking? currently unpacking without cls operates at a speed of 1-2 mb seconds
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Old 11-06-2016, 04:59
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Excelent idea! You are becoming the master of cls.
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CLS uploaded

It's just a test people, it fails sometimes at the end, have to research on how to make it stop showing that error at the end.

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So what method it'll have when it is done,How effective it'll be than other zips?
Check here
http://nanozip.net/

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a very good idea, but I am concerned about the issue can somehow speed up the unpacking? currently unpacking without cls operates at a speed of 1-2 mb seconds
Speed is the same, all I did is try to add GUI to show progress.
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Speed is the same, all I did is try to add GUI to show progress.
and how can it accelerate?
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What do you mean, how to accelerate it? What algorithm does Nanozip use?
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What do you mean, how to accelerate it? What algorithm does Nanozip use?
I used the example of masked data compressed. in this example, the decompression speed is about 1-2 MB sec when using 8 cores,which is very slow when using large data
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Yeah but still, what algorithm does nanozip use? How is that algorithm in terms speed?
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Yeah but still, what algorithm does nanozip use? How is that algorithm in terms speed?
packcmd = nz a -r -v -cc -m8g -br512m -bw512m -p4 -t0 -nm $$arcpackedfile$$.tmp.nz $$arcdatafile$$.tmp
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i'm using -cO it's more faster than -cc but a small bad ratio
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This is how it work's for compress:
Code:
[External compressor:nanozip]
header = 0
packcmd   = nanozip a -cO $$arcpackedfile$$.tmp.nz $$arcdatafile$$.tmp
packedfile = $$arcpackedfile$$.tmp.nz
For work's decompress:
Code:
[External compressor:nanozip]
header = 0
unpackcmd = nanozip x $$arcpackedfile$$.tmp
packedfile = $$arcpackedfile$$.tmp.nz
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Alpha version uploaded

Take note:
This may be buggy.
Plus if you want to change skin of this, you just gotta apply codejock styles.
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