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CompRes 1.30

TCompress is a very useful general purpose compression program.


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File Compression
  • Last Updated: Oct 20, 2011
  • License: Shareware $7.77
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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CompRes is a System Utilities software developed by Qivx Inc. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for CompRes:

BS Editor: TCompress is a very useful general purpose compression program. You can use it in database applications to compress blobs, in general purpose software to store user data in compressed form or as we do here at Qivx, to archive information that must go with the application. The best way to store program data is attached to the executable as resource files. CompRes is a utility that makes it easy to create TCompress resource files.

If your application uses multiple Static text, data or RTF files, one of the most effective ways of keeping them all with your application is to compress them into a TCompress archive. The archive file can be distributed with the application, but what happens if it is deleted by the user? TCompress includes methods for loading compressed files from standard resource files, but the process of creating that resource file can be tedious. (It's a "Windows" thing.)
This utility automates the process of creating a TCompressed resource file which you can Link to your Delphi (or C++ Builder) executable. It can contain multiple data, text, RTF or any other resources which you can normally load from a stream. The files are compressed with the SPIS TCOMPRESS component and decompressed when requested by your application.
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