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zip_set_file_compression — set compression method for file in zip
#include <zip.h> int zip_set_file_compression(zip_t *archive, zip_uint64_t index, zip_int32_t comp, zip_uint32_t comp_flags);
The zip_set_file_compression() function sets the compression method for the file at position index in the zip archive to comp with the compression method specific comp_flags. The comp is the same as returned by zip_stat(3). For the comp argument, currently only the following values are supported: ZIP_CM_DEFAULT default compression; currently the same as ZIP_CM_DEFLATE. ZIP_CM_STORE Store the file uncompressed. ZIP_CM_BZIP2 Compress the file using the bzip2(1) algorithm. ZIP_CM_DEFLATE Deflate the file with the zlib(3) algorithm and default options NOTE: Only the deflate and store methods can be assumed to be universally supported. The comp_flags argument defines the compression level, 1 being fastest compression and 9 highest. Allowed values are 0 (which uses the default compression for the algorithm) and 1-9, other values are undefined. Further compression method specific flags might be added over time. The current compression method for a file in a zip archive can be determined using zip_stat(3).
Upon successful completion 0 is returned. Otherwise, -1 is returned and the error information in archive is set to indicate the error.
zip_set_file_compression() fails if: [ZIP_ER_COMPNOTSUPP] Unsupported compression method requested. [ZIP_ER_INVAL] index is not a valid file index in archive, or the argument combination is invalid. [ZIP_ER_RDONLY] Read-only zip file, no changes allowed.
zip_set_file_compression() was added in libzip 0.11.
Dieter Baron <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Thomas Klausner <email@example.com>