The Open Compression Toolkit for C++

Posted on November 11, 2004. Filed under: C/C++, Programming |

The Open Compression Toolkit is a set of modular C++ classes and utilities for implementing and testing compression algorithms.

  • Simple interface and skeleton code for creating new compression algorithms.
  • Complete testing framework for validating and comparing new algorithms.
  • Support for algorithms that use external dictionaries/headers.
  • Utility classes and sample code for bitio, frequency counting, etc.

http://octane.sourceforge.net/

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