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SREP is a compression, decompression and rainbow file checking utility. It is intended to be used in place of 7z, PKZIP, lzma and xz. Unlike them it has a simple command line interface. It allows using dictionary encoding, because support for streaming compression is optional.
SREP was designed to be multiplatform, but it’s capable of compressing only files up to 4GB in size.
uncompress LZ77, LZ78, LZ81, LZW, PKZIP, RAR Archives: xz, 7z, lzip, lzma, bzip2 and lzop Files: bz2, gzip, xz, 7z, tar, rar, ar, cab, cpio, jar, zip, ai and cbz Text: with dictionary, bsdiff, fclozma, huffman, lzma, runica, rabin, xz, 7z, 8zip, bittar, cabextract, tar, pkzip, ar, rar, cab, cpio, jar, zip, ai and cbz Data: with dictionary, bsdiff, fclozma, huffman, lzma, runica, rabin, xz, 7z, 8zip, bittar, cabextract, tar, pkzip, ar, rar, cab, cpio, jar, zip, ai, cbz, abi and cab
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Command line examples:
-h, –help display this help and exit
-i TEXT, –input=TEXT set input file (default is stdin)
-o TEXT, –output=TEXT set output file (default is stdout)
-p PORT, –port=PORT set output port (default is 0, tcp)
-u URI, –url=URI set input url (default is
-m1, –mode=1 show hash memory usage (default is 2048k)
-m2, –mode=2 show 256k memory usage
-m3, –mode=3 show 512k memory usage
-m4, –mode=4 show 1M memory usage
-l L, –list=L set chunks size (default is 512k)
-L, –list display list available (default is none)
-L, –list1 show first 512k list
-L, –list2 show second 512k list
-s, –script set filename to extract script

1) Output in memory (mem), but does not compress data. 0 bytes written to output.
2) Only compress input.
3) Compress whole input file.
4) Compress input file and store raw hash in output file.
5) Compress input file and store raw hash in temporary file.
6) Compress input file, store hash, and try to decompress that hash to the same output file.
7) Compress data to output file and decompress data to the same input file.

SREP -i input_file -o output_file -p port -u url [–mode=1|2|3|4]

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SREP is a memory-saving compression tool for use with dictionary based compression algorithms including LZ77, LZ77-64, LZ78, LZ78-64, LZP, Run Length LZ (LZR), LZH, LZMA, BZIP2, PKWARE’s PPMd and PKWARE’s PPMd64 (PPMd64a is not supported).
SREP is an implementation of the SWPH (Streaming Wrapped Prefix-dictionary) algorithm.
SREP does not offer a multi-threaded or multi-processor version. To decompress files, use the following syntax:
$ srep –outfile infile outfile.ext
$ srep –outfile infile outfile.ext –dictionary dictionaryname


This response is both relevant and is also part of the full answer to the question.
JZR’s answer was correct for the question asked.
The new Open Source version of SREP is more designed to be a way to handle long files.
It’s more lightweight and has a (I guess you could say it’s more elegant) interface.
It can decompress LZS like file formats and compresses LZH like file formats.
It has an interactive mode you can start with to decompress/compress (manually) with a slider interface.
It’s called SSEARCH and it’s available from link in my first paragraph.
This should/probably would be your first consideration.
For compression of long files you might want to look at LZMA.


How to make this in keras

I want to do a CNN in tensorflow but i don’t know how to do this?
I want to take a 256×256 image then split it into 3 8×8 and then the first of these 3 8×8 should be a 32×32 and then the second 8×8 a 28×28 and the last one 22×22 and
these images should be flattened to the shape of the network


There is an answer here. Or you can write your own function for this.






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SREP (formerly SuperRep) Usage:

SREP is a command line utility that allows to decompress and/or recompress any kind of file using BSD LZMA algorithm. SREP uses a simple recursive algorithm, it is possible to increase decompression speed by decompressing data in pieces larger then input file and concatenating data.
The most important limitation is that there is no dynamic memory allocation involved, so it is only possible to use files larger than available memory and not to exceed it.
SREP consists of 7 main methods:
– List all file flags, using default settings (-l512 -hf), list all supported flags.
– Compress file using the following flags (default setting):
-l1; Compress using LZMA (lzma) algorithm.
-l2; Same as -l1 but also compressing using LZMA2 algorithm.
-l3; Compress using LZMA3 algorithm.
-l5; Compress using LZMA5 algorithm.
-l7; Compress using LZMA7 algorithm.
-l; Same as -l1 but increase maximum Dictionary Size to KB using dictionary size calculator.
-i; Add input file if not present as argument.
-o; Output file name (empty by default).
-x; Same as -i but use as large file as already available memory.
-m Compress using Slow LZMA algorithm (high memory usage), MB of memory.
-d; Same as -m but a new dictionary is used (thus increasing compression rate)
-i; Add input file if not present as argument.
-o; Output file name (empty by default).
-x; Same as -i but use as large file as already available memory.
-m Use this main method, it has all flags (except -d). It is possible to

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