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Old   September 5, 2022, 05:45
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Does anybody know what is the exact format of binary parts when lzma compression is used for save data? I have notices that data are stored as blocks. The first three 64bit integers are referred to the number of blocks, the uncompressed size of the blocks and the last block uncompressed size, respectively. Next the compressed blocks follows.
How is their format? Do they follow the typical lzma format? With header (props:1 byte, dict size: 4 bytes and uncompressed size: 8 bytes)? Trying to uncompress them, I can locate the props? Does Paraview alter that typical format?

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