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SuperREP (SREP)


SuperREP is the first LZ77 packer to use a dictionary larger than the size of RAM. The default settings (-l512) allow you to handle files that are 10 times the size of RAM. Memory requirements are proportional to 1/L, so by increasing the value of the -l option, you can process even larger files - for example, with -l64k, the RAM used will be about 1000 times smaller than the file size. Packing speed - 40-4000 mb/s (depends on the options -m -a -l), unpacking - 1500 mb/s on i7-2600.


 

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