Kevin Cousins wrote:
What is wrong with 'gzip -9'? Though I am not (yet) able to
it against bzip2, you could otherwise get all the "benefits" of bzip:
- rather long compression/decompression times, and
- rather small archives.
A file compressed with bzip2 can be as much as 20% smaller than the
same file compressed with `gzip -9', particularly for large files.
Glynn Clements <glynn(a)sensei.co.uk>