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NAME

       Ns_Gzip, Ns_SetGzipProc - GZIP compression support

SYNOPSIS

       #include "ns.h"

       int
       Ns_Gzip(buf, len, level, dsPtr)

       void
       Ns_SetGzipProc(proc)

ARGUMENTS

       Tcl_DString   dsPtr   (out)     Output buffer to placed compressed string.

       int           len     (in)      Length of string pointed to by buf.

       char          *buf    (in)      Pointer to string to compress.

       int           level   (in)      Requested GZIP compression level.

       Ns_GzipProc   proc    (in)      Procedure to GZIP content.
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DESCRIPTION

       These functions enable GZIP compress of text buffers.

       int Ns_Gzip(buf, len, level, dsPtr)
              This  function  compresses  a string pointed to by buf of length len, appending the
              output to the given dsPtr.  The output buffer must  already  be  initialized.   The
              level parameter specifies the compress level between 0 and 9; see the documentation
              in the zlib.h for details.

              The function will return NS_OK if compression was successful,  otherwise  NS_ERROR.
              A  call  to  Ns_SetGzipProc  to  install  a  compression function must have already
              occured.  The nszlib module will install a suitable function when loaded.

       void Ns_SetGzipProc(proc)
              This function is used to install a compression function for  Ns_Gzip.   A  call  to
              Ns_SetGzipProc  would  normally  be  in  the  module-load routine of a module which
              provides compression support, e.g., the nszlib module.  The function  should  match
              the type Ns_GzipProc:

              typedef int Ns_GzipProc(
                char *buf, int len, int level, Tcl_DString *dsPtr
              );

KEYWORDS

       compress, gzip