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10-30-2012 08:01 AM
GZIP and ZIP are different in that the archive format is different. The code supplied only supports ZIP archives.
However there is GZIP support already built in - look for the associated GZIP... stream classes in the API. These work well (I use these in applications).
One caveat, I have not specifically tested this, but I don't think the supplied code supports a GZIP archive, which you create when you have multiple files compressed sequentially using GZIP and packaged as a single GZIP file. In this situation, I think the standard stream processing will only provide you access to the first of the files.
01-28-2014 06:22 AM
I would not install the JDE just to get this project. Create a new project in Eclipse, copy the source files in and you should be good to go.