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LibLZF is a very small data compression library. It consists of only two .c and two .h files and is very easy to incorporate into your own programs. The compression algorithm is very, very fast, yet still written in portable C.
- Simplified BSD License
The miniz project provides a lossless, high performance data compression library in a single source file that implements the zlib (RFC 1950) and Deflate (RFC 1951) compressed data format specification standards.
XZ Embedded is a relatively small decompressor for the .xz file format. It was developed with the Linux kernel in mind, but it is easily usable in other projects too.
- public domain