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This is Rust wrapper for Cloudflare's SIMD-accelerated fork of zlib.
It requires x86-64 CPU with SSE 4.2 or ARM64 with NEON & CRC. It does not support 32-bit CPUs at all.
Note: you will have to ensure that the program using
cloudflare-zlib does not link with any other version of
libz. Otherwise the accelerated version may not be used, or the program could even crash. Because of a Cargo issue this crate doesn't prevent this problem.
arm-alwaysfeature is set (build with
--features=arm-always), ARM will be supported on Rust stable, but without a runtime check (i.e. it will crash if run on an unsupported ARM CPU).
arm-conditionalfeature is set, ARM will be supported, and will fail gracefully on an incompatible CPU. However, the check requires (as of Rust 1.32) a nightly version of Rust.
- Support for x86-64 works fully out of the box on Rust stable.
extern crate cloudflare_zlib; use cloudflare_zlib::*; let mut stream = Deflate::new(Z_BEST_COMPRESSION, Z_DEFAULT_STRATEGY, 15)?; stream.compress(b"lorem")?; stream.compress(b" ipsum")?; let compressed = stream.finish()?;
This repository uses git submodules, so when cloning make sure to add
git clone --recursive https://gitlab.com/kornelski/cloudflare-zlib-sys
If you cloned without
--recursive you can fix it with:
git submodule update --init
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