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GaMEr_2077 04-06-2021 07:45

Unsupported compression method [xzlib+srep+lzma2:ultra:64m:bt4:fb273:lc8:mc1000000]
 
I used this method to compress a game


Code:

xzlib+srep+lzma2:ultra:64m:bt4:fb273:lc8:mc1000000

but now the installer is unable to extract it
Can anyone help??

I mean what should arc.ini and cls.ini and tools to be included in the installer

:( Sad8669 04-06-2021 07:59

The name used for compressor during compression in arc.ini must be same for decompression end too, for example :

xzlib+srep+lzma2:ultra:64m:bt4:fb273:lc8:mc1000000

Code:

[External compressor:xzlib]
header    = 0
unpackcmd = xtool.exe decode -t100p - - <stdin> <stdout>

if method is xzlib+srep+lzma2:ultra:64m:bt4:fb273:lc8:mc1000000

and it is set like this :

Code:

[External compressor:xtool_zlib]
header    = 0
unpackcmd = xtool.exe decode -t100p - - <stdin> <stdout>

The installer won't detect it. Set the same for lzma2, it uses 7z and use CLS-SREP for srep.

GaMEr_2077 04-06-2021 19:19

should my arc.ini look like this??

Code:

[External compressor:lzma2]
header = 0
unpackcmd = 7z x -txz -an -y -si -so <stdin> <stdout>

[External compressor:srep]
header = 0
unpackcmd = srep -mem512b {options} -d -s - - <stdin> <stdout>

[External compressor:xzlib]
header    = 0
unpackcmd = xtool.exe decode -t100p - - <stdin> <stdout>


:( Sad8669 04-06-2021 22:05

Yes but make sure to use CLS-SREP for srep, just remove it from arc.ini.

Plus the commands may differ by version.

Use the same versions used during compression.

Side Notes : if it still doesn't work, explain more about your issue, such as which compressor was used etc and i will try to help.

Prince4 05-06-2021 01:22

Quote:

Originally Posted by :( Sad8669 (Post 492581)
..

Is LZMA2 any beneficial over LZMA?

:( Sad8669 05-06-2021 02:25

Prince4

Well yes, in some cases, for example on mp4 files.

Still it depends on cases.

Carldric Clement 05-06-2021 04:09

are you try to promotional or what?

Grumpy 05-06-2021 06:32

Quote:

Originally Posted by Carldric Clement (Post 492599)
are you try to promotional or what?

I banned him and deleted his post, I also edited your post since you quoted what he posted ;)

EDIT: For everyone else, Carldric is referring to someone who posted crap advertising, thats why his post looks like it is random and doesn't make sense. :)


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