Re: ftp.jpr.com [Was: Re: ascii to pdf]
Jean-Pierre Radley wrote:[color=blue]
> Nico Kadel-Garcia typed (on Sat, Mar 15, 2008 at 07:10:29PM +0000):[color=green]
>> Any chance of putting up the latest HylaFAX from Sourceforge to go with it?
>> I've been dealing with a PCL->fax issue, and would happily integrate it[/color]
> At ftp.jpr.com, in the /pub directory, you can find:
> Note that I haven't totally convinced Lee Howard about proper typerules
> entries for PCL, but the typerules file that I use myself and have
> included in those archives will properly invoke pcl6 on a pcl file.[/color]
Cool. The PCL handling is quite new, and happened partly because *I* recently
wrote to the two different HylaFAX developer groups and asked for it. (I wrote
the SunOS port of HylaFAX, a long, long time ago!) There is also a commercial
ps2pdf program for both SCO OpenServer and Linux, if you are not happy with
pcl6. I'll look at my typerules and compare it with yours on Tuesday.
> I also just put up lzma4.32.5forOSR6.bz2 in my ftp collection. Lzma
> is "yasp", yet another squeezing program, which will (usually) wring
> more fat out of files than gzip or bzip2. (I'll try to get around to
> compiling it for OSR 5 soon...)
OK, *why* pursue yet another compression algorithm? Given the ubiquity and
flexibility of gzip, is yet another one necessary? What's the rough difference
in cmpression ratios?
lzma Was Re: ftp.jpr.com [Was: Re: ascii to pdf]
On Sun, 16 Mar 2008, Nico Kadel-Garcia wrote:[color=blue]
> OK, *why* pursue yet another compression algorithm? Given the ubiquity and
> flexibility of gzip, is yet another one necessary? What's the rough difference
> in cmpression ratios?
lzma -2 compresses 11% better than bzip -9, lzma -5 even 18%
And at a pretty impressive price:
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