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+ - Zopfli compresses 3-8% more than gzip at a heavy CPU cost->

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more (452266) writes "The Zopfli Compression Algorithm is a new open sourced general purpose data compression library that got its name from a Swiss bread recipe. The output generated by Zopfli is typically 3–8% smaller compared to zlib at maximum compression, and we believe that Zopfli represents the state of the art in Deflate-compatible compression. Zopfli is bit-stream compatible with compression used in gzip, Zip, PNG, HTTP requests, and others."
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Zopfli compresses 3-8% more than gzip at a heavy CPU cost

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