Zip-compatible archive (in-memory)

How can I create a zip-compatible archive in-memory?

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  • : How can I create a zip-compatible archive in-memory?
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    In no way. In any case using HDD wont make the process much longer.
  • : : How can I create a zip-compatible archive in-memory?
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    : In no way. In any case using HDD wont make the process much longer.
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    In no way youre wrong, there is a component. Look at torry.net.
  • : : : How can I create a zip-compatible archive in-memory?
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    : : In no way. In any case using HDD wont make the process much longer.
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    : In no way youre wrong, there is a component. Look at torry.net.
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    2Walter
    Not much faster you say? Imagine theres background process harassing HD intensively. Ill knock it down and the archive will be building like a turtle. Then, do you know the fact that working with huge amount of small files causes troubles in audio playback and some other fields?
    So, the archive must be RAM-resident. I must be able, for example, to rename a file inside the archive not having to extract it.
    2McFly
    Ive searched. Nothing.

  • : : : : How can I create a zip-compatible archive in-memory?
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    : : : In no way. In any case using HDD wont make the process much longer.
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    : : In no way youre wrong, there is a component. Look at torry.net.
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    : 2Walter
    : Not much faster you say? Imagine theres background process harassing HD intensively. Ill knock it down and the archive will be building like a turtle. Then, do you know the fact that working with huge amount of small files causes troubles in audio playback and some other fields?
    : So, the archive must be RAM-resident. I must be able, for example, to rename a file inside the archive not having to extract it.
    : 2McFly
    : Ive searched. Nothing.
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    No need to search. The ultimate thing is ZipForge from componentace.com. It does everything you want; just download it and read the readme.
  • : : : : : How can I create a zip-compatible archive in-memory?
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    : : : : In no way. In any case using HDD wont make the process much longer.
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    : : : In no way youre wrong, there is a component. Look at torry.net.
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    : : 2Walter
    : : Not much faster you say? Imagine theres background process harassing HD intensively. Ill knock it down and the archive will be building like a turtle. Then, do you know the fact that working with huge amount of small files causes troubles in audio playback and some other fields?
    : : So, the archive must be RAM-resident. I must be able, for example, to rename a file inside the archive not having to extract it.
    : : 2McFly
    : : Ive searched. Nothing.
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    : :
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    : No need to search. The ultimate thing is ZipForge from componentace.com. It does everything you want; just download it and read the readme.
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    Thanks, Gandalf, thats hit!
  • : : : : : : How can I create a zip-compatible archive in-memory?
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    : : : : : In no way. In any case using HDD wont make the process much longer.
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    : : : : In no way youre wrong, there is a component. Look at torry.net.
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    : : : 2Walter
    : : : Not much faster you say? Imagine theres background process harassing HD intensively. Ill knock it down and the archive will be building like a turtle. Then, do you know the fact that working with huge amount of small files causes troubles in audio playback and some other fields?
    : : : So, the archive must be RAM-resident. I must be able, for example, to rename a file inside the archive not having to extract it.
    : : : 2McFly
    : : : Ive searched. Nothing.
    : : :
    : : :
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    : : No need to search. The ultimate thing is ZipForge from componentace.com. It does everything you want; just download it and read the readme.
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    : Thanks, Gandalf, thats hit!
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    Delphi has also a ZLib unit. With the classes in it you can compress all sorts of streams.


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