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Issue 30: Expose compression routines
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Status:  Accepted
Owner:  magreenb...@gmail.com


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Project Member Reported by magreenb...@gmail.com, Jun 3, 2009
Chromium embeds the zlib and bzip2 projects.  It would be useful if
libcef.dll exposed the compression functions so that client applications
could use them without having to load/distribute zliband bzip2 separately.
Additionally, it would be nice if CEF provided a CEF-ish C++ API for
wrapping the C APIs.  And, finally, libcef should provide convenience
functions for in-memory compression/decompression of files and CefStreams.


Jun 3, 2009
Project Member #1 magreenb...@gmail.com
Another nice feature would be using CefStream to read files from compressed archives.
 For instance:

static CefRefPtr<CefStreamReader> CreateForArchiveFile(const std::wstring&
archiveFile, const std::wstring& internalFileName);

Or perhaps a CefArchive class that loads the archive file and provides iterators for
retrieving the archive contents.
Jun 7, 2009
#2 bamaboy1...@gmail.com
would be convient
Oct 24, 2010
Project Member #3 magreenb...@gmail.com
Added support for reading zip archives in revision 125.
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