EzGz - An easy to use single header no dependency library for decompression of .gz archives written in modern C++ (probably faster than zlib)

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  • EzGz

    An easy to use single header library for fast decompression of Gz archives written in modern C++ (compression is not implemented yet)

    As promised: https://github.com/Dugy/EzGz/pull/1, I did however not address all the problems there.


    a compile-time, header-only, dimensional analysis and unit conversion library built on c++14 with no dependencies.

    You may be right about this. I'm actually mainly concerned about including as just including it can increase binary size substantially, see e.g. https://github.com/nholthaus/units/issues/32

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  • tinf

    Tiny inflate library (inflate, gzip, zlib)

    Right now I'm using a C library (https://github.com/jibsen/tinf) due to size constraints. Adding a few hundred kB is prohibitive in that space.

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