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miniz.h
1 /* miniz.c 2.1.0 - public domain deflate/inflate, zlib-subset, ZIP reading/writing/appending, PNG writing
2  See "unlicense" statement at the end of this file.
3  Rich Geldreich <richgel99@gmail.com>, last updated Oct. 13, 2013
4  Implements RFC 1950: http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1950.txt and RFC 1951: http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1951.txt
5 
6  Most API's defined in miniz.c are optional. For example, to disable the archive related functions just define
7  MINIZ_NO_ARCHIVE_APIS, or to get rid of all stdio usage define MINIZ_NO_STDIO (see the list below for more macros).
8 
9  * Low-level Deflate/Inflate implementation notes:
10 
11  Compression: Use the "tdefl" API's. The compressor supports raw, static, and dynamic blocks, lazy or
12  greedy parsing, match length filtering, RLE-only, and Huffman-only streams. It performs and compresses
13  approximately as well as zlib.
14 
15  Decompression: Use the "tinfl" API's. The entire decompressor is implemented as a single function
16  coroutine: see tinfl_decompress(). It supports decompression into a 32KB (or larger power of 2) wrapping buffer, or into a memory
17  block large enough to hold the entire file.
18 
19  The low-level tdefl/tinfl API's do not make any use of dynamic memory allocation.
20 
21  * zlib-style API notes:
22 
23  miniz.c implements a fairly large subset of zlib. There's enough functionality present for it to be a drop-in
24  zlib replacement in many apps:
25  The z_stream struct, optional memory allocation callbacks
26  deflateInit/deflateInit2/deflate/deflateReset/deflateEnd/deflateBound
27  inflateInit/inflateInit2/inflate/inflateReset/inflateEnd
28  compress, compress2, compressBound, uncompress
29  CRC-32, Adler-32 - Using modern, minimal code size, CPU cache friendly routines.
30  Supports raw deflate streams or standard zlib streams with adler-32 checking.
31 
32  Limitations:
33  The callback API's are not implemented yet. No support for gzip headers or zlib static dictionaries.
34  I've tried to closely emulate zlib's various flavors of stream flushing and return status codes, but
35  there are no guarantees that miniz.c pulls this off perfectly.
36 
37  * PNG writing: See the tdefl_write_image_to_png_file_in_memory() function, originally written by
38  Alex Evans. Supports 1-4 bytes/pixel images.
39 
40  * ZIP archive API notes:
41 
42  The ZIP archive API's where designed with simplicity and efficiency in mind, with just enough abstraction to
43  get the job done with minimal fuss. There are simple API's to retrieve file information, read files from
44  existing archives, create new archives, append new files to existing archives, or clone archive data from
45  one archive to another. It supports archives located in memory or the heap, on disk (using stdio.h),
46  or you can specify custom file read/write callbacks.
47 
48  - Archive reading: Just call this function to read a single file from a disk archive:
49 
50  void *mz_zip_extract_archive_file_to_heap(const char *pZip_filename, const char *pArchive_name,
51  size_t *pSize, mz_uint zip_flags);
52 
53  For more complex cases, use the "mz_zip_reader" functions. Upon opening an archive, the entire central
54  directory is located and read as-is into memory, and subsequent file access only occurs when reading individual files.
55 
56  - Archives file scanning: The simple way is to use this function to scan a loaded archive for a specific file:
57 
58  int mz_zip_reader_locate_file(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pName, const char *pComment, mz_uint flags);
59 
60  The locate operation can optionally check file comments too, which (as one example) can be used to identify
61  multiple versions of the same file in an archive. This function uses a simple linear search through the central
62  directory, so it's not very fast.
63 
64  Alternately, you can iterate through all the files in an archive (using mz_zip_reader_get_num_files()) and
65  retrieve detailed info on each file by calling mz_zip_reader_file_stat().
66 
67  - Archive creation: Use the "mz_zip_writer" functions. The ZIP writer immediately writes compressed file data
68  to disk and builds an exact image of the central directory in memory. The central directory image is written
69  all at once at the end of the archive file when the archive is finalized.
70 
71  The archive writer can optionally align each file's local header and file data to any power of 2 alignment,
72  which can be useful when the archive will be read from optical media. Also, the writer supports placing
73  arbitrary data blobs at the very beginning of ZIP archives. Archives written using either feature are still
74  readable by any ZIP tool.
75 
76  - Archive appending: The simple way to add a single file to an archive is to call this function:
77 
78  mz_bool mz_zip_add_mem_to_archive_file_in_place(const char *pZip_filename, const char *pArchive_name,
79  const void *pBuf, size_t buf_size, const void *pComment, mz_uint16 comment_size, mz_uint level_and_flags);
80 
81  The archive will be created if it doesn't already exist, otherwise it'll be appended to.
82  Note the appending is done in-place and is not an atomic operation, so if something goes wrong
83  during the operation it's possible the archive could be left without a central directory (although the local
84  file headers and file data will be fine, so the archive will be recoverable).
85 
86  For more complex archive modification scenarios:
87  1. The safest way is to use a mz_zip_reader to read the existing archive, cloning only those bits you want to
88  preserve into a new archive using using the mz_zip_writer_add_from_zip_reader() function (which compiles the
89  compressed file data as-is). When you're done, delete the old archive and rename the newly written archive, and
90  you're done. This is safe but requires a bunch of temporary disk space or heap memory.
91 
92  2. Or, you can convert an mz_zip_reader in-place to an mz_zip_writer using mz_zip_writer_init_from_reader(),
93  append new files as needed, then finalize the archive which will write an updated central directory to the
94  original archive. (This is basically what mz_zip_add_mem_to_archive_file_in_place() does.) There's a
95  possibility that the archive's central directory could be lost with this method if anything goes wrong, though.
96 
97  - ZIP archive support limitations:
98  No zip64 or spanning support. Extraction functions can only handle unencrypted, stored or deflated files.
99  Requires streams capable of seeking.
100 
101  * This is a header file library, like stb_image.c. To get only a header file, either cut and paste the
102  below header, or create miniz.h, #define MINIZ_HEADER_FILE_ONLY, and then include miniz.c from it.
103 
104  * Important: For best perf. be sure to customize the below macros for your target platform:
105  #define MINIZ_USE_UNALIGNED_LOADS_AND_STORES 1
106  #define MINIZ_LITTLE_ENDIAN 1
107  #define MINIZ_HAS_64BIT_REGISTERS 1
108 
109  * On platforms using glibc, Be sure to "#define _LARGEFILE64_SOURCE 1" before including miniz.c to ensure miniz
110  uses the 64-bit variants: fopen64(), stat64(), etc. Otherwise you won't be able to process large files
111  (i.e. 32-bit stat() fails for me on files > 0x7FFFFFFF bytes).
112 */
113 #pragma once
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 /* Defines to completely disable specific portions of miniz.c:
120  If all macros here are defined the only functionality remaining will be CRC-32, adler-32, tinfl, and tdefl. */
121 
122 /* Define MINIZ_NO_STDIO to disable all usage and any functions which rely on stdio for file I/O. */
123 /*#define MINIZ_NO_STDIO */
124 
125 /* If MINIZ_NO_TIME is specified then the ZIP archive functions will not be able to get the current time, or */
126 /* get/set file times, and the C run-time funcs that get/set times won't be called. */
127 /* The current downside is the times written to your archives will be from 1979. */
128 #define MINIZ_NO_TIME
129 
130 /* Define MINIZ_NO_ARCHIVE_APIS to disable all ZIP archive API's. */
131 /*#define MINIZ_NO_ARCHIVE_APIS */
132 
133 /* Define MINIZ_NO_ARCHIVE_WRITING_APIS to disable all writing related ZIP archive API's. */
134 /*#define MINIZ_NO_ARCHIVE_WRITING_APIS */
135 
136 /* Define MINIZ_NO_ZLIB_APIS to remove all ZLIB-style compression/decompression API's. */
137 /*#define MINIZ_NO_ZLIB_APIS */
138 
139 /* Define MINIZ_NO_ZLIB_COMPATIBLE_NAME to disable zlib names, to prevent conflicts against stock zlib. */
140 /*#define MINIZ_NO_ZLIB_COMPATIBLE_NAMES */
141 
142 /* Define MINIZ_NO_MALLOC to disable all calls to malloc, free, and realloc.
143  Note if MINIZ_NO_MALLOC is defined then the user must always provide custom user alloc/free/realloc
144  callbacks to the zlib and archive API's, and a few stand-alone helper API's which don't provide custom user
145  functions (such as tdefl_compress_mem_to_heap() and tinfl_decompress_mem_to_heap()) won't work. */
146 /*#define MINIZ_NO_MALLOC */
147 
148 #if defined(__TINYC__) && (defined(__linux) || defined(__linux__))
149 /* TODO: Work around "error: include file 'sys\utime.h' when compiling with tcc on Linux */
150 #define MINIZ_NO_TIME
151 #endif
152 
153 #include <stddef.h>
154 
155 #if !defined(MINIZ_NO_TIME) && !defined(MINIZ_NO_ARCHIVE_APIS)
156 #include <time.h>
157 #endif
158 
159 #if defined(_M_IX86) || defined(_M_X64) || defined(__i386__) || defined(__i386) || defined(__i486__) || defined(__i486) || defined(i386) || defined(__ia64__) || defined(__x86_64__)
160 /* MINIZ_X86_OR_X64_CPU is only used to help set the below macros. */
161 #define MINIZ_X86_OR_X64_CPU 1
162 #else
163 #define MINIZ_X86_OR_X64_CPU 0
164 #endif
165 
166 #if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_LITTLE_ENDIAN__) || MINIZ_X86_OR_X64_CPU
167 /* Set MINIZ_LITTLE_ENDIAN to 1 if the processor is little endian. */
168 #define MINIZ_LITTLE_ENDIAN 1
169 #else
170 #define MINIZ_LITTLE_ENDIAN 0
171 #endif
172 
173 /* Set MINIZ_USE_UNALIGNED_LOADS_AND_STORES only if not set */
174 #if !defined(MINIZ_USE_UNALIGNED_LOADS_AND_STORES)
175 #if MINIZ_X86_OR_X64_CPU
176 /* Set MINIZ_USE_UNALIGNED_LOADS_AND_STORES to 1 on CPU's that permit efficient integer loads and stores from unaligned addresses. */
177 #define MINIZ_USE_UNALIGNED_LOADS_AND_STORES 1
178 #define MINIZ_UNALIGNED_USE_MEMCPY
179 #else
180 #define MINIZ_USE_UNALIGNED_LOADS_AND_STORES 0
181 #endif
182 #endif
183 
184 #if defined(_M_X64) || defined(_WIN64) || defined(__MINGW64__) || defined(_LP64) || defined(__LP64__) || defined(__ia64__) || defined(__x86_64__)
185 /* Set MINIZ_HAS_64BIT_REGISTERS to 1 if operations on 64-bit integers are reasonably fast (and don't involve compiler generated calls to helper functions). */
186 #define MINIZ_HAS_64BIT_REGISTERS 1
187 #else
188 #define MINIZ_HAS_64BIT_REGISTERS 0
189 #endif
190 
191 #ifdef __cplusplus
192 extern "C" {
193 #endif
194 
195 /* ------------------- zlib-style API Definitions. */
196 
197 /* For more compatibility with zlib, miniz.c uses unsigned long for some parameters/struct members. Beware: mz_ulong can be either 32 or 64-bits! */
198 typedef unsigned long mz_ulong;
199 
200 /* mz_free() internally uses the MZ_FREE() macro (which by default calls free() unless you've modified the MZ_MALLOC macro) to release a block allocated from the heap. */
201 void mz_free(void *p);
202 
203 #define MZ_ADLER32_INIT (1)
204 /* mz_adler32() returns the initial adler-32 value to use when called with ptr==NULL. */
205 mz_ulong mz_adler32(mz_ulong adler, const unsigned char *ptr, size_t buf_len);
206 
207 #define MZ_CRC32_INIT (0)
208 /* mz_crc32() returns the initial CRC-32 value to use when called with ptr==NULL. */
209 mz_ulong mz_crc32(mz_ulong crc, const unsigned char *ptr, size_t buf_len);
210 
211 /* Compression strategies. */
212 enum
213 {
214  MZ_DEFAULT_STRATEGY = 0,
215  MZ_FILTERED = 1,
216  MZ_HUFFMAN_ONLY = 2,
217  MZ_RLE = 3,
218  MZ_FIXED = 4
219 };
220 
221 /* Method */
222 #define MZ_DEFLATED 8
223 
224 /* Heap allocation callbacks.
225 Note that mz_alloc_func parameter types purpsosely differ from zlib's: items/size is size_t, not unsigned long. */
226 typedef void *(*mz_alloc_func)(void *opaque, size_t items, size_t size);
227 typedef void (*mz_free_func)(void *opaque, void *address);
228 typedef void *(*mz_realloc_func)(void *opaque, void *address, size_t items, size_t size);
229 
230 /* Compression levels: 0-9 are the standard zlib-style levels, 10 is best possible compression (not zlib compatible, and may be very slow), MZ_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION=MZ_DEFAULT_LEVEL. */
231 enum
232 {
233  MZ_NO_COMPRESSION = 0,
234  MZ_BEST_SPEED = 1,
235  MZ_BEST_COMPRESSION = 9,
236  MZ_UBER_COMPRESSION = 10,
237  MZ_DEFAULT_LEVEL = 6,
238  MZ_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION = -1
239 };
240 
241 #define MZ_VERSION "10.1.0"
242 #define MZ_VERNUM 0xA100
243 #define MZ_VER_MAJOR 10
244 #define MZ_VER_MINOR 1
245 #define MZ_VER_REVISION 0
246 #define MZ_VER_SUBREVISION 0
247 
248 #ifndef MINIZ_NO_ZLIB_APIS
249 
250 /* Flush values. For typical usage you only need MZ_NO_FLUSH and MZ_FINISH. The other values are for advanced use (refer to the zlib docs). */
251 enum
252 {
253  MZ_NO_FLUSH = 0,
254  MZ_PARTIAL_FLUSH = 1,
255  MZ_SYNC_FLUSH = 2,
256  MZ_FULL_FLUSH = 3,
257  MZ_FINISH = 4,
258  MZ_BLOCK = 5
259 };
260 
261 /* Return status codes. MZ_PARAM_ERROR is non-standard. */
262 enum
263 {
264  MZ_OK = 0,
265  MZ_STREAM_END = 1,
266  MZ_NEED_DICT = 2,
267  MZ_ERRNO = -1,
268  MZ_STREAM_ERROR = -2,
269  MZ_DATA_ERROR = -3,
270  MZ_MEM_ERROR = -4,
271  MZ_BUF_ERROR = -5,
272  MZ_VERSION_ERROR = -6,
273  MZ_PARAM_ERROR = -10000
274 };
275 
276 /* Window bits */
277 #define MZ_DEFAULT_WINDOW_BITS 15
278 
279 struct mz_internal_state;
280 
281 /* Compression/decompression stream struct. */
282 typedef struct mz_stream_s
283 {
284  const unsigned char *next_in; /* pointer to next byte to read */
285  unsigned int avail_in; /* number of bytes available at next_in */
286  mz_ulong total_in; /* total number of bytes consumed so far */
287 
288  unsigned char *next_out; /* pointer to next byte to write */
289  unsigned int avail_out; /* number of bytes that can be written to next_out */
290  mz_ulong total_out; /* total number of bytes produced so far */
291 
292  char *msg; /* error msg (unused) */
293  struct mz_internal_state *state; /* internal state, allocated by zalloc/zfree */
294 
295  mz_alloc_func zalloc; /* optional heap allocation function (defaults to malloc) */
296  mz_free_func zfree; /* optional heap free function (defaults to free) */
297  void *opaque; /* heap alloc function user pointer */
298 
299  int data_type; /* data_type (unused) */
300  mz_ulong adler; /* adler32 of the source or uncompressed data */
301  mz_ulong reserved; /* not used */
302 } mz_stream;
303 
304 typedef mz_stream *mz_streamp;
305 
306 /* Returns the version string of miniz.c. */
307 const char *mz_version(void);
308 
309 /* mz_deflateInit() initializes a compressor with default options: */
310 /* Parameters: */
311 /* pStream must point to an initialized mz_stream struct. */
312 /* level must be between [MZ_NO_COMPRESSION, MZ_BEST_COMPRESSION]. */
313 /* level 1 enables a specially optimized compression function that's been optimized purely for performance, not ratio. */
314 /* (This special func. is currently only enabled when MINIZ_USE_UNALIGNED_LOADS_AND_STORES and MINIZ_LITTLE_ENDIAN are defined.) */
315 /* Return values: */
316 /* MZ_OK on success. */
317 /* MZ_STREAM_ERROR if the stream is bogus. */
318 /* MZ_PARAM_ERROR if the input parameters are bogus. */
319 /* MZ_MEM_ERROR on out of memory. */
320 int mz_deflateInit(mz_streamp pStream, int level);
321 
322 /* mz_deflateInit2() is like mz_deflate(), except with more control: */
323 /* Additional parameters: */
324 /* method must be MZ_DEFLATED */
325 /* window_bits must be MZ_DEFAULT_WINDOW_BITS (to wrap the deflate stream with zlib header/adler-32 footer) or -MZ_DEFAULT_WINDOW_BITS (raw deflate/no header or footer) */
326 /* mem_level must be between [1, 9] (it's checked but ignored by miniz.c) */
327 int mz_deflateInit2(mz_streamp pStream, int level, int method, int window_bits, int mem_level, int strategy);
328 
329 /* Quickly resets a compressor without having to reallocate anything. Same as calling mz_deflateEnd() followed by mz_deflateInit()/mz_deflateInit2(). */
330 int mz_deflateReset(mz_streamp pStream);
331 
332 /* mz_deflate() compresses the input to output, consuming as much of the input and producing as much output as possible. */
333 /* Parameters: */
334 /* pStream is the stream to read from and write to. You must initialize/update the next_in, avail_in, next_out, and avail_out members. */
335 /* flush may be MZ_NO_FLUSH, MZ_PARTIAL_FLUSH/MZ_SYNC_FLUSH, MZ_FULL_FLUSH, or MZ_FINISH. */
336 /* Return values: */
337 /* MZ_OK on success (when flushing, or if more input is needed but not available, and/or there's more output to be written but the output buffer is full). */
338 /* MZ_STREAM_END if all input has been consumed and all output bytes have been written. Don't call mz_deflate() on the stream anymore. */
339 /* MZ_STREAM_ERROR if the stream is bogus. */
340 /* MZ_PARAM_ERROR if one of the parameters is invalid. */
341 /* MZ_BUF_ERROR if no forward progress is possible because the input and/or output buffers are empty. (Fill up the input buffer or free up some output space and try again.) */
342 int mz_deflate(mz_streamp pStream, int flush);
343 
344 /* mz_deflateEnd() deinitializes a compressor: */
345 /* Return values: */
346 /* MZ_OK on success. */
347 /* MZ_STREAM_ERROR if the stream is bogus. */
348 int mz_deflateEnd(mz_streamp pStream);
349 
350 /* mz_deflateBound() returns a (very) conservative upper bound on the amount of data that could be generated by deflate(), assuming flush is set to only MZ_NO_FLUSH or MZ_FINISH. */
351 mz_ulong mz_deflateBound(mz_streamp pStream, mz_ulong source_len);
352 
353 /* Single-call compression functions mz_compress() and mz_compress2(): */
354 /* Returns MZ_OK on success, or one of the error codes from mz_deflate() on failure. */
355 int mz_compress(unsigned char *pDest, mz_ulong *pDest_len, const unsigned char *pSource, mz_ulong source_len);
356 int mz_compress2(unsigned char *pDest, mz_ulong *pDest_len, const unsigned char *pSource, mz_ulong source_len, int level);
357 
358 /* mz_compressBound() returns a (very) conservative upper bound on the amount of data that could be generated by calling mz_compress(). */
359 mz_ulong mz_compressBound(mz_ulong source_len);
360 
361 /* Initializes a decompressor. */
362 int mz_inflateInit(mz_streamp pStream);
363 
364 /* mz_inflateInit2() is like mz_inflateInit() with an additional option that controls the window size and whether or not the stream has been wrapped with a zlib header/footer: */
365 /* window_bits must be MZ_DEFAULT_WINDOW_BITS (to parse zlib header/footer) or -MZ_DEFAULT_WINDOW_BITS (raw deflate). */
366 int mz_inflateInit2(mz_streamp pStream, int window_bits);
367 
368 /* Quickly resets a compressor without having to reallocate anything. Same as calling mz_inflateEnd() followed by mz_inflateInit()/mz_inflateInit2(). */
369 int mz_inflateReset(mz_streamp pStream);
370 
371 /* Decompresses the input stream to the output, consuming only as much of the input as needed, and writing as much to the output as possible. */
372 /* Parameters: */
373 /* pStream is the stream to read from and write to. You must initialize/update the next_in, avail_in, next_out, and avail_out members. */
374 /* flush may be MZ_NO_FLUSH, MZ_SYNC_FLUSH, or MZ_FINISH. */
375 /* On the first call, if flush is MZ_FINISH it's assumed the input and output buffers are both sized large enough to decompress the entire stream in a single call (this is slightly faster). */
376 /* MZ_FINISH implies that there are no more source bytes available beside what's already in the input buffer, and that the output buffer is large enough to hold the rest of the decompressed data. */
377 /* Return values: */
378 /* MZ_OK on success. Either more input is needed but not available, and/or there's more output to be written but the output buffer is full. */
379 /* MZ_STREAM_END if all needed input has been consumed and all output bytes have been written. For zlib streams, the adler-32 of the decompressed data has also been verified. */
380 /* MZ_STREAM_ERROR if the stream is bogus. */
381 /* MZ_DATA_ERROR if the deflate stream is invalid. */
382 /* MZ_PARAM_ERROR if one of the parameters is invalid. */
383 /* MZ_BUF_ERROR if no forward progress is possible because the input buffer is empty but the inflater needs more input to continue, or if the output buffer is not large enough. Call mz_inflate() again */
384 /* with more input data, or with more room in the output buffer (except when using single call decompression, described above). */
385 int mz_inflate(mz_streamp pStream, int flush);
386 
387 /* Deinitializes a decompressor. */
388 int mz_inflateEnd(mz_streamp pStream);
389 
390 /* Single-call decompression. */
391 /* Returns MZ_OK on success, or one of the error codes from mz_inflate() on failure. */
392 int mz_uncompress(unsigned char *pDest, mz_ulong *pDest_len, const unsigned char *pSource, mz_ulong source_len);
393 
394 /* Returns a string description of the specified error code, or NULL if the error code is invalid. */
395 const char *mz_error(int err);
396 
397 /* Redefine zlib-compatible names to miniz equivalents, so miniz.c can be used as a drop-in replacement for the subset of zlib that miniz.c supports. */
398 /* Define MINIZ_NO_ZLIB_COMPATIBLE_NAMES to disable zlib-compatibility if you use zlib in the same project. */
399 #ifndef MINIZ_NO_ZLIB_COMPATIBLE_NAMES
400 typedef unsigned char Byte;
401 typedef unsigned int uInt;
402 typedef mz_ulong uLong;
403 typedef Byte Bytef;
404 typedef uInt uIntf;
405 typedef char charf;
406 typedef int intf;
407 typedef void *voidpf;
408 typedef uLong uLongf;
409 typedef void *voidp;
410 typedef void *const voidpc;
411 #define Z_NULL 0
412 #define Z_NO_FLUSH MZ_NO_FLUSH
413 #define Z_PARTIAL_FLUSH MZ_PARTIAL_FLUSH
414 #define Z_SYNC_FLUSH MZ_SYNC_FLUSH
415 #define Z_FULL_FLUSH MZ_FULL_FLUSH
416 #define Z_FINISH MZ_FINISH
417 #define Z_BLOCK MZ_BLOCK
418 #define Z_OK MZ_OK
419 #define Z_STREAM_END MZ_STREAM_END
420 #define Z_NEED_DICT MZ_NEED_DICT
421 #define Z_ERRNO MZ_ERRNO
422 #define Z_STREAM_ERROR MZ_STREAM_ERROR
423 #define Z_DATA_ERROR MZ_DATA_ERROR
424 #define Z_MEM_ERROR MZ_MEM_ERROR
425 #define Z_BUF_ERROR MZ_BUF_ERROR
426 #define Z_VERSION_ERROR MZ_VERSION_ERROR
427 #define Z_PARAM_ERROR MZ_PARAM_ERROR
428 #define Z_NO_COMPRESSION MZ_NO_COMPRESSION
429 #define Z_BEST_SPEED MZ_BEST_SPEED
430 #define Z_BEST_COMPRESSION MZ_BEST_COMPRESSION
431 #define Z_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION MZ_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION
432 #define Z_DEFAULT_STRATEGY MZ_DEFAULT_STRATEGY
433 #define Z_FILTERED MZ_FILTERED
434 #define Z_HUFFMAN_ONLY MZ_HUFFMAN_ONLY
435 #define Z_RLE MZ_RLE
436 #define Z_FIXED MZ_FIXED
437 #define Z_DEFLATED MZ_DEFLATED
438 #define Z_DEFAULT_WINDOW_BITS MZ_DEFAULT_WINDOW_BITS
439 #define alloc_func mz_alloc_func
440 #define free_func mz_free_func
441 #define internal_state mz_internal_state
442 #define z_stream mz_stream
443 #define deflateInit mz_deflateInit
444 #define deflateInit2 mz_deflateInit2
445 #define deflateReset mz_deflateReset
446 #define deflate mz_deflate
447 #define deflateEnd mz_deflateEnd
448 #define deflateBound mz_deflateBound
449 #define compress mz_compress
450 #define compress2 mz_compress2
451 #define compressBound mz_compressBound
452 #define inflateInit mz_inflateInit
453 #define inflateInit2 mz_inflateInit2
454 #define inflateReset mz_inflateReset
455 #define inflate mz_inflate
456 #define inflateEnd mz_inflateEnd
457 #define uncompress mz_uncompress
458 #define crc32 mz_crc32
459 #define adler32 mz_adler32
460 #define MAX_WBITS 15
461 #define MAX_MEM_LEVEL 9
462 #define zError mz_error
463 #define ZLIB_VERSION MZ_VERSION
464 #define ZLIB_VERNUM MZ_VERNUM
465 #define ZLIB_VER_MAJOR MZ_VER_MAJOR
466 #define ZLIB_VER_MINOR MZ_VER_MINOR
467 #define ZLIB_VER_REVISION MZ_VER_REVISION
468 #define ZLIB_VER_SUBREVISION MZ_VER_SUBREVISION
469 #define zlibVersion mz_version
470 #define zlib_version mz_version()
471 #endif /* #ifndef MINIZ_NO_ZLIB_COMPATIBLE_NAMES */
472 
473 #endif /* MINIZ_NO_ZLIB_APIS */
474 
475 #ifdef __cplusplus
476 }
477 #endif
478 #pragma once
479 #include <assert.h>
480 #include <stdint.h>
481 #include <stdlib.h>
482 #include <string.h>
483 
484 /* ------------------- Types and macros */
485 typedef unsigned char mz_uint8;
486 typedef signed short mz_int16;
487 typedef unsigned short mz_uint16;
488 typedef unsigned int mz_uint32;
489 typedef unsigned int mz_uint;
490 typedef int64_t mz_int64;
491 typedef uint64_t mz_uint64;
492 typedef int mz_bool;
493 
494 #define MZ_FALSE (0)
495 #define MZ_TRUE (1)
496 
497 /* Works around MSVC's spammy "warning C4127: conditional expression is constant" message. */
498 #ifdef _MSC_VER
499 #define MZ_MACRO_END while (0, 0)
500 #else
501 #define MZ_MACRO_END while (0)
502 #endif
503 
504 #ifdef MINIZ_NO_STDIO
505 #define MZ_FILE void *
506 #else
507 #include <stdio.h>
508 #define MZ_FILE FILE
509 #endif /* #ifdef MINIZ_NO_STDIO */
510 
511 #ifdef MINIZ_NO_TIME
512 typedef struct mz_dummy_time_t_tag
513 {
514  int m_dummy;
516 #define MZ_TIME_T mz_dummy_time_t
517 #else
518 #define MZ_TIME_T time_t
519 #endif
520 
521 #define MZ_ASSERT(x) assert(x)
522 
523 #ifdef MINIZ_NO_MALLOC
524 #define MZ_MALLOC(x) NULL
525 #define MZ_FREE(x) (void)x, ((void)0)
526 #define MZ_REALLOC(p, x) NULL
527 #else
528 #define MZ_MALLOC(x) malloc(x)
529 #define MZ_FREE(x) free(x)
530 #define MZ_REALLOC(p, x) realloc(p, x)
531 #endif
532 
533 #define MZ_MAX(a, b) (((a) > (b)) ? (a) : (b))
534 #define MZ_MIN(a, b) (((a) < (b)) ? (a) : (b))
535 #define MZ_CLEAR_OBJ(obj) memset(&(obj), 0, sizeof(obj))
536 
537 #if MINIZ_USE_UNALIGNED_LOADS_AND_STORES && MINIZ_LITTLE_ENDIAN
538 #define MZ_READ_LE16(p) *((const mz_uint16 *)(p))
539 #define MZ_READ_LE32(p) *((const mz_uint32 *)(p))
540 #else
541 #define MZ_READ_LE16(p) ((mz_uint32)(((const mz_uint8 *)(p))[0]) | ((mz_uint32)(((const mz_uint8 *)(p))[1]) << 8U))
542 #define MZ_READ_LE32(p) ((mz_uint32)(((const mz_uint8 *)(p))[0]) | ((mz_uint32)(((const mz_uint8 *)(p))[1]) << 8U) | ((mz_uint32)(((const mz_uint8 *)(p))[2]) << 16U) | ((mz_uint32)(((const mz_uint8 *)(p))[3]) << 24U))
543 #endif
544 
545 #define MZ_READ_LE64(p) (((mz_uint64)MZ_READ_LE32(p)) | (((mz_uint64)MZ_READ_LE32((const mz_uint8 *)(p) + sizeof(mz_uint32))) << 32U))
546 
547 #ifdef _MSC_VER
548 #define MZ_FORCEINLINE __forceinline
549 #elif defined(__GNUC__)
550 #define MZ_FORCEINLINE __inline__ __attribute__((__always_inline__))
551 #else
552 #define MZ_FORCEINLINE inline
553 #endif
554 
555 #ifdef __cplusplus
556 extern "C" {
557 #endif
558 
559 extern void *miniz_def_alloc_func(void *opaque, size_t items, size_t size);
560 extern void miniz_def_free_func(void *opaque, void *address);
561 extern void *miniz_def_realloc_func(void *opaque, void *address, size_t items, size_t size);
562 
563 #define MZ_UINT16_MAX (0xFFFFU)
564 #define MZ_UINT32_MAX (0xFFFFFFFFU)
565 
566 #ifdef __cplusplus
567 }
568 #endif
569 #pragma once
570 
571 
572 #ifdef __cplusplus
573 extern "C" {
574 #endif
575 /* ------------------- Low-level Compression API Definitions */
576 
577 /* Set TDEFL_LESS_MEMORY to 1 to use less memory (compression will be slightly slower, and raw/dynamic blocks will be output more frequently). */
578 #define TDEFL_LESS_MEMORY 0
579 
580 /* tdefl_init() compression flags logically OR'd together (low 12 bits contain the max. number of probes per dictionary search): */
581 /* TDEFL_DEFAULT_MAX_PROBES: The compressor defaults to 128 dictionary probes per dictionary search. 0=Huffman only, 1=Huffman+LZ (fastest/crap compression), 4095=Huffman+LZ (slowest/best compression). */
582 enum
583 {
584  TDEFL_HUFFMAN_ONLY = 0,
585  TDEFL_DEFAULT_MAX_PROBES = 128,
586  TDEFL_MAX_PROBES_MASK = 0xFFF
587 };
588 
589 /* TDEFL_WRITE_ZLIB_HEADER: If set, the compressor outputs a zlib header before the deflate data, and the Adler-32 of the source data at the end. Otherwise, you'll get raw deflate data. */
590 /* TDEFL_COMPUTE_ADLER32: Always compute the adler-32 of the input data (even when not writing zlib headers). */
591 /* TDEFL_GREEDY_PARSING_FLAG: Set to use faster greedy parsing, instead of more efficient lazy parsing. */
592 /* TDEFL_NONDETERMINISTIC_PARSING_FLAG: Enable to decrease the compressor's initialization time to the minimum, but the output may vary from run to run given the same input (depending on the contents of memory). */
593 /* TDEFL_RLE_MATCHES: Only look for RLE matches (matches with a distance of 1) */
594 /* TDEFL_FILTER_MATCHES: Discards matches <= 5 chars if enabled. */
595 /* TDEFL_FORCE_ALL_STATIC_BLOCKS: Disable usage of optimized Huffman tables. */
596 /* TDEFL_FORCE_ALL_RAW_BLOCKS: Only use raw (uncompressed) deflate blocks. */
597 /* The low 12 bits are reserved to control the max # of hash probes per dictionary lookup (see TDEFL_MAX_PROBES_MASK). */
598 enum
599 {
600  TDEFL_WRITE_ZLIB_HEADER = 0x01000,
601  TDEFL_COMPUTE_ADLER32 = 0x02000,
602  TDEFL_GREEDY_PARSING_FLAG = 0x04000,
603  TDEFL_NONDETERMINISTIC_PARSING_FLAG = 0x08000,
604  TDEFL_RLE_MATCHES = 0x10000,
605  TDEFL_FILTER_MATCHES = 0x20000,
606  TDEFL_FORCE_ALL_STATIC_BLOCKS = 0x40000,
607  TDEFL_FORCE_ALL_RAW_BLOCKS = 0x80000
608 };
609 
610 /* High level compression functions: */
611 /* tdefl_compress_mem_to_heap() compresses a block in memory to a heap block allocated via malloc(). */
612 /* On entry: */
613 /* pSrc_buf, src_buf_len: Pointer and size of source block to compress. */
614 /* flags: The max match finder probes (default is 128) logically OR'd against the above flags. Higher probes are slower but improve compression. */
615 /* On return: */
616 /* Function returns a pointer to the compressed data, or NULL on failure. */
617 /* *pOut_len will be set to the compressed data's size, which could be larger than src_buf_len on uncompressible data. */
618 /* The caller must free() the returned block when it's no longer needed. */
619 void *tdefl_compress_mem_to_heap(const void *pSrc_buf, size_t src_buf_len, size_t *pOut_len, int flags);
620 
621 /* tdefl_compress_mem_to_mem() compresses a block in memory to another block in memory. */
622 /* Returns 0 on failure. */
623 size_t tdefl_compress_mem_to_mem(void *pOut_buf, size_t out_buf_len, const void *pSrc_buf, size_t src_buf_len, int flags);
624 
625 /* Compresses an image to a compressed PNG file in memory. */
626 /* On entry: */
627 /* pImage, w, h, and num_chans describe the image to compress. num_chans may be 1, 2, 3, or 4. */
628 /* The image pitch in bytes per scanline will be w*num_chans. The leftmost pixel on the top scanline is stored first in memory. */
629 /* level may range from [0,10], use MZ_NO_COMPRESSION, MZ_BEST_SPEED, MZ_BEST_COMPRESSION, etc. or a decent default is MZ_DEFAULT_LEVEL */
630 /* If flip is true, the image will be flipped on the Y axis (useful for OpenGL apps). */
631 /* On return: */
632 /* Function returns a pointer to the compressed data, or NULL on failure. */
633 /* *pLen_out will be set to the size of the PNG image file. */
634 /* The caller must mz_free() the returned heap block (which will typically be larger than *pLen_out) when it's no longer needed. */
635 void *tdefl_write_image_to_png_file_in_memory_ex(const void *pImage, int w, int h, int num_chans, size_t *pLen_out, mz_uint level, mz_bool flip);
636 void *tdefl_write_image_to_png_file_in_memory(const void *pImage, int w, int h, int num_chans, size_t *pLen_out);
637 
638 /* Output stream interface. The compressor uses this interface to write compressed data. It'll typically be called TDEFL_OUT_BUF_SIZE at a time. */
639 typedef mz_bool (*tdefl_put_buf_func_ptr)(const void *pBuf, int len, void *pUser);
640 
641 /* tdefl_compress_mem_to_output() compresses a block to an output stream. The above helpers use this function internally. */
642 mz_bool tdefl_compress_mem_to_output(const void *pBuf, size_t buf_len, tdefl_put_buf_func_ptr pPut_buf_func, void *pPut_buf_user, int flags);
643 
644 enum
645 {
646  TDEFL_MAX_HUFF_TABLES = 3,
647  TDEFL_MAX_HUFF_SYMBOLS_0 = 288,
648  TDEFL_MAX_HUFF_SYMBOLS_1 = 32,
649  TDEFL_MAX_HUFF_SYMBOLS_2 = 19,
650  TDEFL_LZ_DICT_SIZE = 32768,
651  TDEFL_LZ_DICT_SIZE_MASK = TDEFL_LZ_DICT_SIZE - 1,
652  TDEFL_MIN_MATCH_LEN = 3,
653  TDEFL_MAX_MATCH_LEN = 258
654 };
655 
656 /* TDEFL_OUT_BUF_SIZE MUST be large enough to hold a single entire compressed output block (using static/fixed Huffman codes). */
657 #if TDEFL_LESS_MEMORY
658 enum
659 {
660  TDEFL_LZ_CODE_BUF_SIZE = 24 * 1024,
661  TDEFL_OUT_BUF_SIZE = (TDEFL_LZ_CODE_BUF_SIZE * 13) / 10,
662  TDEFL_MAX_HUFF_SYMBOLS = 288,
663  TDEFL_LZ_HASH_BITS = 12,
664  TDEFL_LEVEL1_HASH_SIZE_MASK = 4095,
665  TDEFL_LZ_HASH_SHIFT = (TDEFL_LZ_HASH_BITS + 2) / 3,
666  TDEFL_LZ_HASH_SIZE = 1 << TDEFL_LZ_HASH_BITS
667 };
668 #else
669 enum
670 {
671  TDEFL_LZ_CODE_BUF_SIZE = 64 * 1024,
672  TDEFL_OUT_BUF_SIZE = (TDEFL_LZ_CODE_BUF_SIZE * 13) / 10,
673  TDEFL_MAX_HUFF_SYMBOLS = 288,
674  TDEFL_LZ_HASH_BITS = 15,
675  TDEFL_LEVEL1_HASH_SIZE_MASK = 4095,
676  TDEFL_LZ_HASH_SHIFT = (TDEFL_LZ_HASH_BITS + 2) / 3,
677  TDEFL_LZ_HASH_SIZE = 1 << TDEFL_LZ_HASH_BITS
678 };
679 #endif
680 
681 /* The low-level tdefl functions below may be used directly if the above helper functions aren't flexible enough. The low-level functions don't make any heap allocations, unlike the above helper functions. */
682 typedef enum {
683  TDEFL_STATUS_BAD_PARAM = -2,
684  TDEFL_STATUS_PUT_BUF_FAILED = -1,
685  TDEFL_STATUS_OKAY = 0,
686  TDEFL_STATUS_DONE = 1
687 } tdefl_status;
688 
689 /* Must map to MZ_NO_FLUSH, MZ_SYNC_FLUSH, etc. enums */
690 typedef enum {
691  TDEFL_NO_FLUSH = 0,
692  TDEFL_SYNC_FLUSH = 2,
693  TDEFL_FULL_FLUSH = 3,
694  TDEFL_FINISH = 4
695 } tdefl_flush;
696 
697 /* tdefl's compression state structure. */
698 typedef struct
699 {
700  tdefl_put_buf_func_ptr m_pPut_buf_func;
701  void *m_pPut_buf_user;
702  mz_uint m_flags, m_max_probes[2];
703  int m_greedy_parsing;
704  mz_uint m_adler32, m_lookahead_pos, m_lookahead_size, m_dict_size;
705  mz_uint8 *m_pLZ_code_buf, *m_pLZ_flags, *m_pOutput_buf, *m_pOutput_buf_end;
706  mz_uint m_num_flags_left, m_total_lz_bytes, m_lz_code_buf_dict_pos, m_bits_in, m_bit_buffer;
707  mz_uint m_saved_match_dist, m_saved_match_len, m_saved_lit, m_output_flush_ofs, m_output_flush_remaining, m_finished, m_block_index, m_wants_to_finish;
708  tdefl_status m_prev_return_status;
709  const void *m_pIn_buf;
710  void *m_pOut_buf;
711  size_t *m_pIn_buf_size, *m_pOut_buf_size;
712  tdefl_flush m_flush;
713  const mz_uint8 *m_pSrc;
714  size_t m_src_buf_left, m_out_buf_ofs;
715  mz_uint8 m_dict[TDEFL_LZ_DICT_SIZE + TDEFL_MAX_MATCH_LEN - 1];
716  mz_uint16 m_huff_count[TDEFL_MAX_HUFF_TABLES][TDEFL_MAX_HUFF_SYMBOLS];
717  mz_uint16 m_huff_codes[TDEFL_MAX_HUFF_TABLES][TDEFL_MAX_HUFF_SYMBOLS];
718  mz_uint8 m_huff_code_sizes[TDEFL_MAX_HUFF_TABLES][TDEFL_MAX_HUFF_SYMBOLS];
719  mz_uint8 m_lz_code_buf[TDEFL_LZ_CODE_BUF_SIZE];
720  mz_uint16 m_next[TDEFL_LZ_DICT_SIZE];
721  mz_uint16 m_hash[TDEFL_LZ_HASH_SIZE];
722  mz_uint8 m_output_buf[TDEFL_OUT_BUF_SIZE];
724 
725 /* Initializes the compressor. */
726 /* There is no corresponding deinit() function because the tdefl API's do not dynamically allocate memory. */
727 /* pBut_buf_func: If NULL, output data will be supplied to the specified callback. In this case, the user should call the tdefl_compress_buffer() API for compression. */
728 /* If pBut_buf_func is NULL the user should always call the tdefl_compress() API. */
729 /* flags: See the above enums (TDEFL_HUFFMAN_ONLY, TDEFL_WRITE_ZLIB_HEADER, etc.) */
730 tdefl_status tdefl_init(tdefl_compressor *d, tdefl_put_buf_func_ptr pPut_buf_func, void *pPut_buf_user, int flags);
731 
732 /* Compresses a block of data, consuming as much of the specified input buffer as possible, and writing as much compressed data to the specified output buffer as possible. */
733 tdefl_status tdefl_compress(tdefl_compressor *d, const void *pIn_buf, size_t *pIn_buf_size, void *pOut_buf, size_t *pOut_buf_size, tdefl_flush flush);
734 
735 /* tdefl_compress_buffer() is only usable when the tdefl_init() is called with a non-NULL tdefl_put_buf_func_ptr. */
736 /* tdefl_compress_buffer() always consumes the entire input buffer. */
737 tdefl_status tdefl_compress_buffer(tdefl_compressor *d, const void *pIn_buf, size_t in_buf_size, tdefl_flush flush);
738 
739 tdefl_status tdefl_get_prev_return_status(tdefl_compressor *d);
740 mz_uint32 tdefl_get_adler32(tdefl_compressor *d);
741 
742 /* Create tdefl_compress() flags given zlib-style compression parameters. */
743 /* level may range from [0,10] (where 10 is absolute max compression, but may be much slower on some files) */
744 /* window_bits may be -15 (raw deflate) or 15 (zlib) */
745 /* strategy may be either MZ_DEFAULT_STRATEGY, MZ_FILTERED, MZ_HUFFMAN_ONLY, MZ_RLE, or MZ_FIXED */
746 mz_uint tdefl_create_comp_flags_from_zip_params(int level, int window_bits, int strategy);
747 
748 #ifndef MINIZ_NO_MALLOC
749 /* Allocate the tdefl_compressor structure in C so that */
750 /* non-C language bindings to tdefl_ API don't need to worry about */
751 /* structure size and allocation mechanism. */
752 tdefl_compressor *tdefl_compressor_alloc(void);
753 void tdefl_compressor_free(tdefl_compressor *pComp);
754 #endif
755 
756 #ifdef __cplusplus
757 }
758 #endif
759 #pragma once
760 
761 /* ------------------- Low-level Decompression API Definitions */
762 
763 #ifdef __cplusplus
764 extern "C" {
765 #endif
766 /* Decompression flags used by tinfl_decompress(). */
767 /* TINFL_FLAG_PARSE_ZLIB_HEADER: If set, the input has a valid zlib header and ends with an adler32 checksum (it's a valid zlib stream). Otherwise, the input is a raw deflate stream. */
768 /* TINFL_FLAG_HAS_MORE_INPUT: If set, there are more input bytes available beyond the end of the supplied input buffer. If clear, the input buffer contains all remaining input. */
769 /* TINFL_FLAG_USING_NON_WRAPPING_OUTPUT_BUF: If set, the output buffer is large enough to hold the entire decompressed stream. If clear, the output buffer is at least the size of the dictionary (typically 32KB). */
770 /* TINFL_FLAG_COMPUTE_ADLER32: Force adler-32 checksum computation of the decompressed bytes. */
771 enum
772 {
773  TINFL_FLAG_PARSE_ZLIB_HEADER = 1,
774  TINFL_FLAG_HAS_MORE_INPUT = 2,
775  TINFL_FLAG_USING_NON_WRAPPING_OUTPUT_BUF = 4,
776  TINFL_FLAG_COMPUTE_ADLER32 = 8
777 };
778 
779 /* High level decompression functions: */
780 /* tinfl_decompress_mem_to_heap() decompresses a block in memory to a heap block allocated via malloc(). */
781 /* On entry: */
782 /* pSrc_buf, src_buf_len: Pointer and size of the Deflate or zlib source data to decompress. */
783 /* On return: */
784 /* Function returns a pointer to the decompressed data, or NULL on failure. */
785 /* *pOut_len will be set to the decompressed data's size, which could be larger than src_buf_len on uncompressible data. */
786 /* The caller must call mz_free() on the returned block when it's no longer needed. */
787 void *tinfl_decompress_mem_to_heap(const void *pSrc_buf, size_t src_buf_len, size_t *pOut_len, int flags);
788 
789 /* tinfl_decompress_mem_to_mem() decompresses a block in memory to another block in memory. */
790 /* Returns TINFL_DECOMPRESS_MEM_TO_MEM_FAILED on failure, or the number of bytes written on success. */
791 #define TINFL_DECOMPRESS_MEM_TO_MEM_FAILED ((size_t)(-1))
792 size_t tinfl_decompress_mem_to_mem(void *pOut_buf, size_t out_buf_len, const void *pSrc_buf, size_t src_buf_len, int flags);
793 
794 /* tinfl_decompress_mem_to_callback() decompresses a block in memory to an internal 32KB buffer, and a user provided callback function will be called to flush the buffer. */
795 /* Returns 1 on success or 0 on failure. */
796 typedef int (*tinfl_put_buf_func_ptr)(const void *pBuf, int len, void *pUser);
797 int tinfl_decompress_mem_to_callback(const void *pIn_buf, size_t *pIn_buf_size, tinfl_put_buf_func_ptr pPut_buf_func, void *pPut_buf_user, int flags);
798 
801 
802 #ifndef MINIZ_NO_MALLOC
803 /* Allocate the tinfl_decompressor structure in C so that */
804 /* non-C language bindings to tinfl_ API don't need to worry about */
805 /* structure size and allocation mechanism. */
806 tinfl_decompressor *tinfl_decompressor_alloc(void);
807 void tinfl_decompressor_free(tinfl_decompressor *pDecomp);
808 #endif
809 
810 /* Max size of LZ dictionary. */
811 #define TINFL_LZ_DICT_SIZE 32768
812 
813 /* Return status. */
814 typedef enum {
815  /* This flags indicates the inflator needs 1 or more input bytes to make forward progress, but the caller is indicating that no more are available. The compressed data */
816  /* is probably corrupted. If you call the inflator again with more bytes it'll try to continue processing the input but this is a BAD sign (either the data is corrupted or you called it incorrectly). */
817  /* If you call it again with no input you'll just get TINFL_STATUS_FAILED_CANNOT_MAKE_PROGRESS again. */
818  TINFL_STATUS_FAILED_CANNOT_MAKE_PROGRESS = -4,
819 
820  /* This flag indicates that one or more of the input parameters was obviously bogus. (You can try calling it again, but if you get this error the calling code is wrong.) */
821  TINFL_STATUS_BAD_PARAM = -3,
822 
823  /* This flags indicate the inflator is finished but the adler32 check of the uncompressed data didn't match. If you call it again it'll return TINFL_STATUS_DONE. */
824  TINFL_STATUS_ADLER32_MISMATCH = -2,
825 
826  /* This flags indicate the inflator has somehow failed (bad code, corrupted input, etc.). If you call it again without resetting via tinfl_init() it it'll just keep on returning the same status failure code. */
827  TINFL_STATUS_FAILED = -1,
828 
829  /* Any status code less than TINFL_STATUS_DONE must indicate a failure. */
830 
831  /* This flag indicates the inflator has returned every byte of uncompressed data that it can, has consumed every byte that it needed, has successfully reached the end of the deflate stream, and */
832  /* if zlib headers and adler32 checking enabled that it has successfully checked the uncompressed data's adler32. If you call it again you'll just get TINFL_STATUS_DONE over and over again. */
833  TINFL_STATUS_DONE = 0,
834 
835  /* This flag indicates the inflator MUST have more input data (even 1 byte) before it can make any more forward progress, or you need to clear the TINFL_FLAG_HAS_MORE_INPUT */
836  /* flag on the next call if you don't have any more source data. If the source data was somehow corrupted it's also possible (but unlikely) for the inflator to keep on demanding input to */
837  /* proceed, so be sure to properly set the TINFL_FLAG_HAS_MORE_INPUT flag. */
838  TINFL_STATUS_NEEDS_MORE_INPUT = 1,
839 
840  /* This flag indicates the inflator definitely has 1 or more bytes of uncompressed data available, but it cannot write this data into the output buffer. */
841  /* Note if the source compressed data was corrupted it's possible for the inflator to return a lot of uncompressed data to the caller. I've been assuming you know how much uncompressed data to expect */
842  /* (either exact or worst case) and will stop calling the inflator and fail after receiving too much. In pure streaming scenarios where you have no idea how many bytes to expect this may not be possible */
843  /* so I may need to add some code to address this. */
844  TINFL_STATUS_HAS_MORE_OUTPUT = 2
845 } tinfl_status;
846 
847 /* Initializes the decompressor to its initial state. */
848 #define tinfl_init(r) \
849  do \
850  { \
851  (r)->m_state = 0; \
852  } \
853  MZ_MACRO_END
854 #define tinfl_get_adler32(r) (r)->m_check_adler32
855 
856 /* Main low-level decompressor coroutine function. This is the only function actually needed for decompression. All the other functions are just high-level helpers for improved usability. */
857 /* This is a universal API, i.e. it can be used as a building block to build any desired higher level decompression API. In the limit case, it can be called once per every byte input or output. */
858 tinfl_status tinfl_decompress(tinfl_decompressor *r, const mz_uint8 *pIn_buf_next, size_t *pIn_buf_size, mz_uint8 *pOut_buf_start, mz_uint8 *pOut_buf_next, size_t *pOut_buf_size, const mz_uint32 decomp_flags);
859 
860 /* Internal/private bits follow. */
861 enum
862 {
863  TINFL_MAX_HUFF_TABLES = 3,
864  TINFL_MAX_HUFF_SYMBOLS_0 = 288,
865  TINFL_MAX_HUFF_SYMBOLS_1 = 32,
866  TINFL_MAX_HUFF_SYMBOLS_2 = 19,
867  TINFL_FAST_LOOKUP_BITS = 10,
868  TINFL_FAST_LOOKUP_SIZE = 1 << TINFL_FAST_LOOKUP_BITS
869 };
870 
871 typedef struct
872 {
873  mz_uint8 m_code_size[TINFL_MAX_HUFF_SYMBOLS_0];
874  mz_int16 m_look_up[TINFL_FAST_LOOKUP_SIZE], m_tree[TINFL_MAX_HUFF_SYMBOLS_0 * 2];
876 
877 #if MINIZ_HAS_64BIT_REGISTERS
878 #define TINFL_USE_64BIT_BITBUF 1
879 #else
880 #define TINFL_USE_64BIT_BITBUF 0
881 #endif
882 
883 #if TINFL_USE_64BIT_BITBUF
884 typedef mz_uint64 tinfl_bit_buf_t;
885 #define TINFL_BITBUF_SIZE (64)
886 #else
887 typedef mz_uint32 tinfl_bit_buf_t;
888 #define TINFL_BITBUF_SIZE (32)
889 #endif
890 
892 {
893  mz_uint32 m_state, m_num_bits, m_zhdr0, m_zhdr1, m_z_adler32, m_final, m_type, m_check_adler32, m_dist, m_counter, m_num_extra, m_table_sizes[TINFL_MAX_HUFF_TABLES];
894  tinfl_bit_buf_t m_bit_buf;
895  size_t m_dist_from_out_buf_start;
896  tinfl_huff_table m_tables[TINFL_MAX_HUFF_TABLES];
897  mz_uint8 m_raw_header[4], m_len_codes[TINFL_MAX_HUFF_SYMBOLS_0 + TINFL_MAX_HUFF_SYMBOLS_1 + 137];
898 };
899 
900 #ifdef __cplusplus
901 }
902 #endif
903 
904 #pragma once
905 
906 
907 /* ------------------- ZIP archive reading/writing */
908 
909 #ifndef MINIZ_NO_ARCHIVE_APIS
910 
911 #ifdef __cplusplus
912 extern "C" {
913 #endif
914 
915 enum
916 {
917  /* Note: These enums can be reduced as needed to save memory or stack space - they are pretty conservative. */
918  MZ_ZIP_MAX_IO_BUF_SIZE = 64 * 1024,
919  MZ_ZIP_MAX_ARCHIVE_FILENAME_SIZE = 512,
920  MZ_ZIP_MAX_ARCHIVE_FILE_COMMENT_SIZE = 512
921 };
922 
923 typedef struct
924 {
925  /* Central directory file index. */
926  mz_uint32 m_file_index;
927 
928  /* Byte offset of this entry in the archive's central directory. Note we currently only support up to UINT_MAX or less bytes in the central dir. */
929  mz_uint64 m_central_dir_ofs;
930 
931  /* These fields are copied directly from the zip's central dir. */
932  mz_uint16 m_version_made_by;
933  mz_uint16 m_version_needed;
934  mz_uint16 m_bit_flag;
935  mz_uint16 m_method;
936 
937 #ifndef MINIZ_NO_TIME
938  MZ_TIME_T m_time;
939 #endif
940 
941  /* CRC-32 of uncompressed data. */
942  mz_uint32 m_crc32;
943 
944  /* File's compressed size. */
945  mz_uint64 m_comp_size;
946 
947  /* File's uncompressed size. Note, I've seen some old archives where directory entries had 512 bytes for their uncompressed sizes, but when you try to unpack them you actually get 0 bytes. */
948  mz_uint64 m_uncomp_size;
949 
950  /* Zip internal and external file attributes. */
951  mz_uint16 m_internal_attr;
952  mz_uint32 m_external_attr;
953 
954  /* Entry's local header file offset in bytes. */
955  mz_uint64 m_local_header_ofs;
956 
957  /* Size of comment in bytes. */
958  mz_uint32 m_comment_size;
959 
960  /* MZ_TRUE if the entry appears to be a directory. */
961  mz_bool m_is_directory;
962 
963  /* MZ_TRUE if the entry uses encryption/strong encryption (which miniz_zip doesn't support) */
964  mz_bool m_is_encrypted;
965 
966  /* MZ_TRUE if the file is not encrypted, a patch file, and if it uses a compression method we support. */
967  mz_bool m_is_supported;
968 
969  /* Filename. If string ends in '/' it's a subdirectory entry. */
970  /* Guaranteed to be zero terminated, may be truncated to fit. */
971  char m_filename[MZ_ZIP_MAX_ARCHIVE_FILENAME_SIZE];
972 
973  /* Comment field. */
974  /* Guaranteed to be zero terminated, may be truncated to fit. */
975  char m_comment[MZ_ZIP_MAX_ARCHIVE_FILE_COMMENT_SIZE];
976 
978 
979 typedef size_t (*mz_file_read_func)(void *pOpaque, mz_uint64 file_ofs, void *pBuf, size_t n);
980 typedef size_t (*mz_file_write_func)(void *pOpaque, mz_uint64 file_ofs, const void *pBuf, size_t n);
981 typedef mz_bool (*mz_file_needs_keepalive)(void *pOpaque);
982 
985 
986 typedef enum {
987  MZ_ZIP_MODE_INVALID = 0,
988  MZ_ZIP_MODE_READING = 1,
989  MZ_ZIP_MODE_WRITING = 2,
990  MZ_ZIP_MODE_WRITING_HAS_BEEN_FINALIZED = 3
991 } mz_zip_mode;
992 
993 typedef enum {
994  MZ_ZIP_FLAG_CASE_SENSITIVE = 0x0100,
995  MZ_ZIP_FLAG_IGNORE_PATH = 0x0200,
996  MZ_ZIP_FLAG_COMPRESSED_DATA = 0x0400,
997  MZ_ZIP_FLAG_DO_NOT_SORT_CENTRAL_DIRECTORY = 0x0800,
998  MZ_ZIP_FLAG_VALIDATE_LOCATE_FILE_FLAG = 0x1000, /* if enabled, mz_zip_reader_locate_file() will be called on each file as its validated to ensure the func finds the file in the central dir (intended for testing) */
999  MZ_ZIP_FLAG_VALIDATE_HEADERS_ONLY = 0x2000, /* validate the local headers, but don't decompress the entire file and check the crc32 */
1000  MZ_ZIP_FLAG_WRITE_ZIP64 = 0x4000, /* always use the zip64 file format, instead of the original zip file format with automatic switch to zip64. Use as flags parameter with mz_zip_writer_init*_v2 */
1001  MZ_ZIP_FLAG_WRITE_ALLOW_READING = 0x8000,
1002  MZ_ZIP_FLAG_ASCII_FILENAME = 0x10000
1003 } mz_zip_flags;
1004 
1005 typedef enum {
1006  MZ_ZIP_TYPE_INVALID = 0,
1007  MZ_ZIP_TYPE_USER,
1008  MZ_ZIP_TYPE_MEMORY,
1009  MZ_ZIP_TYPE_HEAP,
1010  MZ_ZIP_TYPE_FILE,
1011  MZ_ZIP_TYPE_CFILE,
1012  MZ_ZIP_TOTAL_TYPES
1013 } mz_zip_type;
1014 
1015 /* miniz error codes. Be sure to update mz_zip_get_error_string() if you add or modify this enum. */
1016 typedef enum {
1017  MZ_ZIP_NO_ERROR = 0,
1018  MZ_ZIP_UNDEFINED_ERROR,
1019  MZ_ZIP_TOO_MANY_FILES,
1020  MZ_ZIP_FILE_TOO_LARGE,
1021  MZ_ZIP_UNSUPPORTED_METHOD,
1022  MZ_ZIP_UNSUPPORTED_ENCRYPTION,
1023  MZ_ZIP_UNSUPPORTED_FEATURE,
1024  MZ_ZIP_FAILED_FINDING_CENTRAL_DIR,
1025  MZ_ZIP_NOT_AN_ARCHIVE,
1026  MZ_ZIP_INVALID_HEADER_OR_CORRUPTED,
1027  MZ_ZIP_UNSUPPORTED_MULTIDISK,
1028  MZ_ZIP_DECOMPRESSION_FAILED,
1029  MZ_ZIP_COMPRESSION_FAILED,
1030  MZ_ZIP_UNEXPECTED_DECOMPRESSED_SIZE,
1031  MZ_ZIP_CRC_CHECK_FAILED,
1032  MZ_ZIP_UNSUPPORTED_CDIR_SIZE,
1033  MZ_ZIP_ALLOC_FAILED,
1034  MZ_ZIP_FILE_OPEN_FAILED,
1035  MZ_ZIP_FILE_CREATE_FAILED,
1036  MZ_ZIP_FILE_WRITE_FAILED,
1037  MZ_ZIP_FILE_READ_FAILED,
1038  MZ_ZIP_FILE_CLOSE_FAILED,
1039  MZ_ZIP_FILE_SEEK_FAILED,
1040  MZ_ZIP_FILE_STAT_FAILED,
1041  MZ_ZIP_INVALID_PARAMETER,
1042  MZ_ZIP_INVALID_FILENAME,
1043  MZ_ZIP_BUF_TOO_SMALL,
1044  MZ_ZIP_INTERNAL_ERROR,
1045  MZ_ZIP_FILE_NOT_FOUND,
1046  MZ_ZIP_ARCHIVE_TOO_LARGE,
1047  MZ_ZIP_VALIDATION_FAILED,
1048  MZ_ZIP_WRITE_CALLBACK_FAILED,
1049  MZ_ZIP_TOTAL_ERRORS
1050 } mz_zip_error;
1051 
1052 typedef struct
1053 {
1054  mz_uint64 m_archive_size;
1055  mz_uint64 m_central_directory_file_ofs;
1056 
1057  /* We only support up to UINT32_MAX files in zip64 mode. */
1058  mz_uint32 m_total_files;
1059  mz_zip_mode m_zip_mode;
1060  mz_zip_type m_zip_type;
1061  mz_zip_error m_last_error;
1062 
1063  mz_uint64 m_file_offset_alignment;
1064 
1065  mz_alloc_func m_pAlloc;
1066  mz_free_func m_pFree;
1067  mz_realloc_func m_pRealloc;
1068  void *m_pAlloc_opaque;
1069 
1070  mz_file_read_func m_pRead;
1071  mz_file_write_func m_pWrite;
1072  mz_file_needs_keepalive m_pNeeds_keepalive;
1073  void *m_pIO_opaque;
1074 
1075  mz_zip_internal_state *m_pState;
1076 
1077 } mz_zip_archive;
1078 
1079 typedef struct
1080 {
1081  mz_zip_archive *pZip;
1082  mz_uint flags;
1083 
1084  int status;
1085 #ifndef MINIZ_DISABLE_ZIP_READER_CRC32_CHECKS
1086  mz_uint file_crc32;
1087 #endif
1088  mz_uint64 read_buf_size, read_buf_ofs, read_buf_avail, comp_remaining, out_buf_ofs, cur_file_ofs;
1089  mz_zip_archive_file_stat file_stat;
1090  void *pRead_buf;
1091  void *pWrite_buf;
1092 
1093  size_t out_blk_remain;
1094 
1095  tinfl_decompressor inflator;
1096 
1098 
1099 /* -------- ZIP reading */
1100 
1101 /* Inits a ZIP archive reader. */
1102 /* These functions read and validate the archive's central directory. */
1103 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_init(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint64 size, mz_uint flags);
1104 
1105 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_init_mem(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const void *pMem, size_t size, mz_uint flags);
1106 
1107 #ifndef MINIZ_NO_STDIO
1108 /* Read a archive from a disk file. */
1109 /* file_start_ofs is the file offset where the archive actually begins, or 0. */
1110 /* actual_archive_size is the true total size of the archive, which may be smaller than the file's actual size on disk. If zero the entire file is treated as the archive. */
1111 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_init_file(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pFilename, mz_uint32 flags);
1112 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_init_file_v2(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pFilename, mz_uint flags, mz_uint64 file_start_ofs, mz_uint64 archive_size);
1113 
1114 /* Read an archive from an already opened FILE, beginning at the current file position. */
1115 /* The archive is assumed to be archive_size bytes long. If archive_size is < 0, then the entire rest of the file is assumed to contain the archive. */
1116 /* The FILE will NOT be closed when mz_zip_reader_end() is called. */
1117 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_init_cfile(mz_zip_archive *pZip, MZ_FILE *pFile, mz_uint64 archive_size, mz_uint flags);
1118 #endif
1119 
1120 /* Ends archive reading, freeing all allocations, and closing the input archive file if mz_zip_reader_init_file() was used. */
1121 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_end(mz_zip_archive *pZip);
1122 
1123 /* -------- ZIP reading or writing */
1124 
1125 /* Clears a mz_zip_archive struct to all zeros. */
1126 /* Important: This must be done before passing the struct to any mz_zip functions. */
1127 void mz_zip_zero_struct(mz_zip_archive *pZip);
1128 
1129 mz_zip_mode mz_zip_get_mode(mz_zip_archive *pZip);
1130 mz_zip_type mz_zip_get_type(mz_zip_archive *pZip);
1131 
1132 /* Returns the total number of files in the archive. */
1133 mz_uint mz_zip_reader_get_num_files(mz_zip_archive *pZip);
1134 
1135 mz_uint64 mz_zip_get_archive_size(mz_zip_archive *pZip);
1136 mz_uint64 mz_zip_get_archive_file_start_offset(mz_zip_archive *pZip);
1137 MZ_FILE *mz_zip_get_cfile(mz_zip_archive *pZip);
1138 
1139 /* Reads n bytes of raw archive data, starting at file offset file_ofs, to pBuf. */
1140 size_t mz_zip_read_archive_data(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint64 file_ofs, void *pBuf, size_t n);
1141 
1142 /* All mz_zip funcs set the m_last_error field in the mz_zip_archive struct. These functions retrieve/manipulate this field. */
1143 /* Note that the m_last_error functionality is not thread safe. */
1144 mz_zip_error mz_zip_set_last_error(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_zip_error err_num);
1145 mz_zip_error mz_zip_peek_last_error(mz_zip_archive *pZip);
1146 mz_zip_error mz_zip_clear_last_error(mz_zip_archive *pZip);
1147 mz_zip_error mz_zip_get_last_error(mz_zip_archive *pZip);
1148 const char *mz_zip_get_error_string(mz_zip_error mz_err);
1149 
1150 /* MZ_TRUE if the archive file entry is a directory entry. */
1151 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_is_file_a_directory(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint file_index);
1152 
1153 /* MZ_TRUE if the file is encrypted/strong encrypted. */
1154 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_is_file_encrypted(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint file_index);
1155 
1156 /* MZ_TRUE if the compression method is supported, and the file is not encrypted, and the file is not a compressed patch file. */
1157 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_is_file_supported(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint file_index);
1158 
1159 /* Retrieves the filename of an archive file entry. */
1160 /* Returns the number of bytes written to pFilename, or if filename_buf_size is 0 this function returns the number of bytes needed to fully store the filename. */
1161 mz_uint mz_zip_reader_get_filename(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint file_index, char *pFilename, mz_uint filename_buf_size);
1162 
1163 /* Attempts to locates a file in the archive's central directory. */
1164 /* Valid flags: MZ_ZIP_FLAG_CASE_SENSITIVE, MZ_ZIP_FLAG_IGNORE_PATH */
1165 /* Returns -1 if the file cannot be found. */
1166 int mz_zip_reader_locate_file(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pName, const char *pComment, mz_uint flags);
1167 int mz_zip_reader_locate_file_v2(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pName, const char *pComment, mz_uint flags, mz_uint32 *file_index);
1168 
1169 /* Returns detailed information about an archive file entry. */
1170 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_file_stat(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint file_index, mz_zip_archive_file_stat *pStat);
1171 
1172 /* MZ_TRUE if the file is in zip64 format. */
1173 /* A file is considered zip64 if it contained a zip64 end of central directory marker, or if it contained any zip64 extended file information fields in the central directory. */
1174 mz_bool mz_zip_is_zip64(mz_zip_archive *pZip);
1175 
1176 /* Returns the total central directory size in bytes. */
1177 /* The current max supported size is <= MZ_UINT32_MAX. */
1178 size_t mz_zip_get_central_dir_size(mz_zip_archive *pZip);
1179 
1180 /* Extracts a archive file to a memory buffer using no memory allocation. */
1181 /* There must be at least enough room on the stack to store the inflator's state (~34KB or so). */
1182 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_extract_to_mem_no_alloc(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint file_index, void *pBuf, size_t buf_size, mz_uint flags, void *pUser_read_buf, size_t user_read_buf_size);
1183 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_extract_file_to_mem_no_alloc(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pFilename, void *pBuf, size_t buf_size, mz_uint flags, void *pUser_read_buf, size_t user_read_buf_size);
1184 
1185 /* Extracts a archive file to a memory buffer. */
1186 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_extract_to_mem(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint file_index, void *pBuf, size_t buf_size, mz_uint flags);
1187 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_extract_file_to_mem(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pFilename, void *pBuf, size_t buf_size, mz_uint flags);
1188 
1189 /* Extracts a archive file to a dynamically allocated heap buffer. */
1190 /* The memory will be allocated via the mz_zip_archive's alloc/realloc functions. */
1191 /* Returns NULL and sets the last error on failure. */
1192 void *mz_zip_reader_extract_to_heap(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint file_index, size_t *pSize, mz_uint flags);
1193 void *mz_zip_reader_extract_file_to_heap(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pFilename, size_t *pSize, mz_uint flags);
1194 
1195 /* Extracts a archive file using a callback function to output the file's data. */
1196 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_extract_to_callback(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint file_index, mz_file_write_func pCallback, void *pOpaque, mz_uint flags);
1197 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_extract_file_to_callback(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pFilename, mz_file_write_func pCallback, void *pOpaque, mz_uint flags);
1198 
1199 /* Extract a file iteratively */
1200 mz_zip_reader_extract_iter_state* mz_zip_reader_extract_iter_new(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint file_index, mz_uint flags);
1201 mz_zip_reader_extract_iter_state* mz_zip_reader_extract_file_iter_new(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pFilename, mz_uint flags);
1202 size_t mz_zip_reader_extract_iter_read(mz_zip_reader_extract_iter_state* pState, void* pvBuf, size_t buf_size);
1203 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_extract_iter_free(mz_zip_reader_extract_iter_state* pState);
1204 
1205 #ifndef MINIZ_NO_STDIO
1206 /* Extracts a archive file to a disk file and sets its last accessed and modified times. */
1207 /* This function only extracts files, not archive directory records. */
1208 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_extract_to_file(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint file_index, const char *pDst_filename, mz_uint flags);
1209 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_extract_file_to_file(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pArchive_filename, const char *pDst_filename, mz_uint flags);
1210 
1211 /* Extracts a archive file starting at the current position in the destination FILE stream. */
1212 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_extract_to_cfile(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint file_index, MZ_FILE *File, mz_uint flags);
1213 mz_bool mz_zip_reader_extract_file_to_cfile(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pArchive_filename, MZ_FILE *pFile, mz_uint flags);
1214 #endif
1215 
1216 #if 0
1217 /* TODO */
1218  typedef void *mz_zip_streaming_extract_state_ptr;
1219  mz_zip_streaming_extract_state_ptr mz_zip_streaming_extract_begin(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint file_index, mz_uint flags);
1220  uint64_t mz_zip_streaming_extract_get_size(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_zip_streaming_extract_state_ptr pState);
1221  uint64_t mz_zip_streaming_extract_get_cur_ofs(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_zip_streaming_extract_state_ptr pState);
1222  mz_bool mz_zip_streaming_extract_seek(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_zip_streaming_extract_state_ptr pState, uint64_t new_ofs);
1223  size_t mz_zip_streaming_extract_read(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_zip_streaming_extract_state_ptr pState, void *pBuf, size_t buf_size);
1224  mz_bool mz_zip_streaming_extract_end(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_zip_streaming_extract_state_ptr pState);
1225 #endif
1226 
1227 /* This function compares the archive's local headers, the optional local zip64 extended information block, and the optional descriptor following the compressed data vs. the data in the central directory. */
1228 /* It also validates that each file can be successfully uncompressed unless the MZ_ZIP_FLAG_VALIDATE_HEADERS_ONLY is specified. */
1229 mz_bool mz_zip_validate_file(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint file_index, mz_uint flags);
1230 
1231 /* Validates an entire archive by calling mz_zip_validate_file() on each file. */
1232 mz_bool mz_zip_validate_archive(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint flags);
1233 
1234 /* Misc utils/helpers, valid for ZIP reading or writing */
1235 mz_bool mz_zip_validate_mem_archive(const void *pMem, size_t size, mz_uint flags, mz_zip_error *pErr);
1236 mz_bool mz_zip_validate_file_archive(const char *pFilename, mz_uint flags, mz_zip_error *pErr);
1237 
1238 /* Universal end function - calls either mz_zip_reader_end() or mz_zip_writer_end(). */
1239 mz_bool mz_zip_end(mz_zip_archive *pZip);
1240 
1241 /* -------- ZIP writing */
1242 
1243 #ifndef MINIZ_NO_ARCHIVE_WRITING_APIS
1244 
1245 /* Inits a ZIP archive writer. */
1246 /*Set pZip->m_pWrite (and pZip->m_pIO_opaque) before calling mz_zip_writer_init or mz_zip_writer_init_v2*/
1247 /*The output is streamable, i.e. file_ofs in mz_file_write_func always increases only by n*/
1248 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_init(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint64 existing_size);
1249 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_init_v2(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_uint64 existing_size, mz_uint flags);
1250 
1251 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_init_heap(mz_zip_archive *pZip, size_t size_to_reserve_at_beginning, size_t initial_allocation_size);
1252 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_init_heap_v2(mz_zip_archive *pZip, size_t size_to_reserve_at_beginning, size_t initial_allocation_size, mz_uint flags);
1253 
1254 #ifndef MINIZ_NO_STDIO
1255 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_init_file(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pFilename, mz_uint64 size_to_reserve_at_beginning);
1256 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_init_file_v2(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pFilename, mz_uint64 size_to_reserve_at_beginning, mz_uint flags);
1257 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_init_cfile(mz_zip_archive *pZip, MZ_FILE *pFile, mz_uint flags);
1258 #endif
1259 
1260 /* Converts a ZIP archive reader object into a writer object, to allow efficient in-place file appends to occur on an existing archive. */
1261 /* For archives opened using mz_zip_reader_init_file, pFilename must be the archive's filename so it can be reopened for writing. If the file can't be reopened, mz_zip_reader_end() will be called. */
1262 /* For archives opened using mz_zip_reader_init_mem, the memory block must be growable using the realloc callback (which defaults to realloc unless you've overridden it). */
1263 /* Finally, for archives opened using mz_zip_reader_init, the mz_zip_archive's user provided m_pWrite function cannot be NULL. */
1264 /* Note: In-place archive modification is not recommended unless you know what you're doing, because if execution stops or something goes wrong before */
1265 /* the archive is finalized the file's central directory will be hosed. */
1266 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_init_from_reader(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pFilename);
1267 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_init_from_reader_v2(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pFilename, mz_uint flags);
1268 
1269 /* Adds the contents of a memory buffer to an archive. These functions record the current local time into the archive. */
1270 /* To add a directory entry, call this method with an archive name ending in a forwardslash with an empty buffer. */
1271 /* level_and_flags - compression level (0-10, see MZ_BEST_SPEED, MZ_BEST_COMPRESSION, etc.) logically OR'd with zero or more mz_zip_flags, or just set to MZ_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION. */
1272 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_add_mem(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pArchive_name, const void *pBuf, size_t buf_size, mz_uint level_and_flags);
1273 
1274 /* Like mz_zip_writer_add_mem(), except you can specify a file comment field, and optionally supply the function with already compressed data. */
1275 /* uncomp_size/uncomp_crc32 are only used if the MZ_ZIP_FLAG_COMPRESSED_DATA flag is specified. */
1276 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_add_mem_ex(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pArchive_name, const void *pBuf, size_t buf_size, const void *pComment, mz_uint16 comment_size, mz_uint level_and_flags,
1277  mz_uint64 uncomp_size, mz_uint32 uncomp_crc32);
1278 
1279 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_add_mem_ex_v2(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pArchive_name, const void *pBuf, size_t buf_size, const void *pComment, mz_uint16 comment_size, mz_uint level_and_flags,
1280  mz_uint64 uncomp_size, mz_uint32 uncomp_crc32, MZ_TIME_T *last_modified, const char *user_extra_data_local, mz_uint user_extra_data_local_len,
1281  const char *user_extra_data_central, mz_uint user_extra_data_central_len);
1282 
1283 /* Adds the contents of a file to an archive. This function also records the disk file's modified time into the archive. */
1284 /* File data is supplied via a read callback function. User mz_zip_writer_add_(c)file to add a file directly.*/
1285 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_add_read_buf_callback(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pArchive_name, mz_file_read_func read_callback, void* callback_opaque, mz_uint64 size_to_add,
1286  const MZ_TIME_T *pFile_time, const void *pComment, mz_uint16 comment_size, mz_uint level_and_flags, const char *user_extra_data_local, mz_uint user_extra_data_local_len,
1287  const char *user_extra_data_central, mz_uint user_extra_data_central_len);
1288 
1289 #ifndef MINIZ_NO_STDIO
1290 /* Adds the contents of a disk file to an archive. This function also records the disk file's modified time into the archive. */
1291 /* level_and_flags - compression level (0-10, see MZ_BEST_SPEED, MZ_BEST_COMPRESSION, etc.) logically OR'd with zero or more mz_zip_flags, or just set to MZ_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION. */
1292 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_add_file(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pArchive_name, const char *pSrc_filename, const void *pComment, mz_uint16 comment_size, mz_uint level_and_flags);
1293 
1294 /* Like mz_zip_writer_add_file(), except the file data is read from the specified FILE stream. */
1295 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_add_cfile(mz_zip_archive *pZip, const char *pArchive_name, MZ_FILE *pSrc_file, mz_uint64 size_to_add,
1296  const MZ_TIME_T *pFile_time, const void *pComment, mz_uint16 comment_size, mz_uint level_and_flags, const char *user_extra_data_local, mz_uint user_extra_data_local_len,
1297  const char *user_extra_data_central, mz_uint user_extra_data_central_len);
1298 #endif
1299 
1300 /* Adds a file to an archive by fully cloning the data from another archive. */
1301 /* This function fully clones the source file's compressed data (no recompression), along with its full filename, extra data (it may add or modify the zip64 local header extra data field), and the optional descriptor following the compressed data. */
1302 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_add_from_zip_reader(mz_zip_archive *pZip, mz_zip_archive *pSource_zip, mz_uint src_file_index);
1303 
1304 /* Finalizes the archive by writing the central directory records followed by the end of central directory record. */
1305 /* After an archive is finalized, the only valid call on the mz_zip_archive struct is mz_zip_writer_end(). */
1306 /* An archive must be manually finalized by calling this function for it to be valid. */
1307 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_finalize_archive(mz_zip_archive *pZip);
1308 
1309 /* Finalizes a heap archive, returning a poiner to the heap block and its size. */
1310 /* The heap block will be allocated using the mz_zip_archive's alloc/realloc callbacks. */
1311 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_finalize_heap_archive(mz_zip_archive *pZip, void **ppBuf, size_t *pSize);
1312 
1313 /* Ends archive writing, freeing all allocations, and closing the output file if mz_zip_writer_init_file() was used. */
1314 /* Note for the archive to be valid, it *must* have been finalized before ending (this function will not do it for you). */
1315 mz_bool mz_zip_writer_end(mz_zip_archive *pZip);
1316 
1317 /* -------- Misc. high-level helper functions: */
1318 
1319 /* mz_zip_add_mem_to_archive_file_in_place() efficiently (but not atomically) appends a memory blob to a ZIP archive. */
1320 /* Note this is NOT a fully safe operation. If it crashes or dies in some way your archive can be left in a screwed up state (without a central directory). */
1321 /* level_and_flags - compression level (0-10, see MZ_BEST_SPEED, MZ_BEST_COMPRESSION, etc.) logically OR'd with zero or more mz_zip_flags, or just set to MZ_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION. */
1322 /* TODO: Perhaps add an option to leave the existing central dir in place in case the add dies? We could then truncate the file (so the old central dir would be at the end) if something goes wrong. */
1323 mz_bool mz_zip_add_mem_to_archive_file_in_place(const char *pZip_filename, const char *pArchive_name, const void *pBuf, size_t buf_size, const void *pComment, mz_uint16 comment_size, mz_uint level_and_flags);
1324 mz_bool mz_zip_add_mem_to_archive_file_in_place_v2(const char *pZip_filename, const char *pArchive_name, const void *pBuf, size_t buf_size, const void *pComment, mz_uint16 comment_size, mz_uint level_and_flags, mz_zip_error *pErr);
1325 
1326 /* Reads a single file from an archive into a heap block. */
1327 /* If pComment is not NULL, only the file with the specified comment will be extracted. */
1328 /* Returns NULL on failure. */
1329 void *mz_zip_extract_archive_file_to_heap(const char *pZip_filename, const char *pArchive_name, size_t *pSize, mz_uint flags);
1330 void *mz_zip_extract_archive_file_to_heap_v2(const char *pZip_filename, const char *pArchive_name, const char *pComment, size_t *pSize, mz_uint flags, mz_zip_error *pErr);
1331 
1332 #endif /* #ifndef MINIZ_NO_ARCHIVE_WRITING_APIS */
1333 
1334 #ifdef __cplusplus
1335 }
1336 #endif
1337 
1338 #endif /* MINIZ_NO_ARCHIVE_APIS */