|Author||Romain Calascibetta <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Maintainer||Romain Calascibetta <email@example.com>|
|Available||ocaml-version >= "4.03.0"|
|Published||May 11, 2017|
|Statistics||Installed 7 times last month.|
Pure OCaml implementation of Zlib
Decompress is a pure implementation of
zlib. The goal is to create an
available package for Mirage OS for
zlib in OCaml (instead a C code).
We respect the interface of
zlib and all flush mode is available
The interface proposed is a non-blocking interface.
Decompress can be installed with
opam install decompress
Sample program are located in the
bin directory of the distribution. It can be
built with (dependancy with Unix module, the
cmdliner package and a C code):
ocamlbuild -use-ocamlfind bin/dpipe.native
Another good example is provided in
bin/easy.ml with the signature:
val compress : ?level:int -> string -> string val uncompress : string -> string
And you can compile this program with:
ocamlbuild -use-ocamlfind bin/easy.native
But keep in your mind, it's an easy example and it's not optimized for a productive environment - so, don't copy/paste and think.
The documentation is available online to understand how to use Decompress.
- OCaml >= 4.02.0
- Bigarray module (provided by the standard library of OCaml)
ocamlbuildto build the project
If you want to compile the test program, you need:
|No package is dependent|