A portable, simple zip library written in C


A portable (OSX/Linux/Windows), simple zip library written in C

This is done by hacking awesome miniz library and layering functions on top of the miniz v1.15 API.


The Idea

... Some day, I was looking for zip library written in C for my project, but I could not find anything simple enough and lightweight. Everything what I tried required 'crazy mental gymnastics' to integrate or had some limitations or was too heavy. I hate frameworks, factories and adding new dependencies. If I must to install all those dependencies and link new library, I'm getting almost sick. I wanted something powerfull and small enough, so I could add just a few files and compile them into my project. And finally I found miniz. Miniz is a lossless, high performance data compression library in a single source file. I only needed simple interface to append buffers or files to the current zip-entry. Thanks to this feature I'm able to merge many files/buffers and compress them on-the-fly.

It was the reason, why I decided to write zip module on top of the miniz. It required a little bit hacking and wrapping some functions, but I kept simplicity. So, you can grab these 3 files and compile them into your project. I hope that interface is also extremely simple, so you will not have any problems to understand it.


  • Create a new zip archive with default compression level.
struct zip_t *zip = zip_open("foo.zip", ZIP_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION_LEVEL, 'w');
    zip_entry_open(zip, "foo-1.txt");
        const char *buf = "Some data here...\0";
        zip_entry_write(zip, buf, strlen(buf));

    zip_entry_open(zip, "foo-2.txt");
        // merge 3 files into one entry and compress them on-the-fly.
        zip_entry_fwrite(zip, "foo-2.1.txt");
        zip_entry_fwrite(zip, "foo-2.2.txt");
        zip_entry_fwrite(zip, "foo-2.3.txt");
  • Append to the existing zip archive.
struct zip_t *zip = zip_open("foo.zip", ZIP_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION_LEVEL, 'a');
    zip_entry_open(zip, "foo-3.txt");
        const char *buf = "Append some data here...\0";
        zip_entry_write(zip, buf, strlen(buf));
  • Extract a zip archive into a folder.
int on_extract_entry(const char *filename, void *arg) {
    static int i = 0;
    int n = *(int *)arg;
    printf("Extracted: %s (%d of %d)\n", filename, ++i, n);

    return 0;

int arg = 2;
zip_extract("foo.zip", "/tmp", on_extract_entry, &arg);
  • Extract a zip entry into memory.
void *buf = NULL;
size_t bufsize;

struct zip_t *zip = zip_open("foo.zip", 0, 'r');
    zip_entry_open(zip, "foo-1.txt");
        zip_entry_read(zip, &buf, &bufsize);

  • Extract a zip entry into memory (no internal allocation).
unsigned char *buf;
size_t bufsize;

struct zip_t *zip = zip_open("foo.zip", 0, 'r');
    zip_entry_open(zip, "foo-1.txt");
        bufsize = zip_entry_size(zip);
        buf = calloc(sizeof(unsigned char), bufsize);

        zip_entry_noallocread(zip, (void *)buf, bufsize);

  • Extract a zip entry into memory using callback.
struct buffer_t {
    char *data;
    size_t size;

static size_t on_extract(void *arg, unsigned long long offset, const void *data, size_t size) {
    struct buffer_t *buf = (struct buffer_t *)arg;
    buf->data = realloc(buf->data, buf->size + size + 1);
    assert(NULL != buf->data);

    memcpy(&(buf->data[buf->size]), data, size);
    buf->size += size;
    buf->data[buf->size] = 0;

    return size;

struct buffer_t buf = {0};
struct zip_t *zip = zip_open("foo.zip", 0, 'r');
    zip_entry_open(zip, "foo-1.txt");
        zip_entry_extract(zip, on_extract, &buf);

  • Extract a zip entry into a file.
struct zip_t *zip = zip_open("foo.zip", 0, 'r');
    zip_entry_open(zip, "foo-2.txt");
        zip_entry_fread(zip, "foo-2.txt");
  • List of all zip entries
struct zip_t *zip = zip_open("foo.zip", 0, 'r');
int i, n = zip_total_entries(zip);
for (i = 0; i < n; ++i) {
    zip_entry_openbyindex(zip, i);
        const char *name = zip_entry_name(zip);
        int isdir = zip_entry_isdir(zip);
        unsigned long long size = zip_entry_size(zip);
        unsigned int crc32 = zip_entry_crc32(zip);
  • Compress folder (recursively)
void zip_walk(struct zip_t *zip, const char *path) {
    DIR *dir;
    struct dirent *entry;
    char fullpath[MAX_PATH];
    struct stat s;

    memset(fullpath, 0, MAX_PATH);
    dir = opendir(path);

    while ((entry = readdir(dir))) {
      // skip "." and ".."
      if (!strcmp(entry->d_name, ".\0") || !strcmp(entry->d_name, "..\0"))

      snprintf(fullpath, sizeof(fullpath), "%s/%s", path, entry->d_name);
      stat(fullpath, &s);
      if (S_ISDIR(s.st_mode))
        zip_walk(zip, fullpath);
      else {
        zip_entry_open(zip, fullpath);
        zip_entry_fwrite(zip, fullpath);



Compile zip library as a dynamic library.

$ mkdir build
$ cd build
$ cmake -DBUILD_SHARED_LIBS=true ..
$ make

Go (cgo)

package main

#cgo CFLAGS: -I../src
#cgo LDFLAGS: -L. -lzip
#include <zip.h>
import "C"
import "unsafe"

func main() {
	path := C.CString("/tmp/go.zip")
	zip := C.zip_open(path, 6, 'w')

	entryname := C.CString("test")
	C.zip_entry_open(zip, entryname)

	content := "test content"
	buf := unsafe.Pointer(C.CString(content))
	bufsize := C.size_t(len(content))
	C.zip_entry_write(zip, buf, bufsize)



Rust (ffi)

extern crate libc;
use std::ffi::CString;

pub struct Zip {
    _private: [u8; 0],

#[link(name = "zip")]
extern "C" {
    fn zip_open(path: *const libc::c_char, level: libc::c_int, mode: libc::c_char) -> *mut Zip;
    fn zip_close(zip: *mut Zip) -> libc::c_void;

    fn zip_entry_open(zip: *mut Zip, entryname: *const libc::c_char) -> libc::c_int;
    fn zip_entry_close(zip: *mut Zip) -> libc::c_int;
    fn zip_entry_write(
        zip: *mut Zip,
        buf: *const libc::c_void,
        bufsize: libc::size_t,
    ) -> libc::c_int;

fn main() {
    let path = CString::new("/tmp/rust.zip").unwrap();
    let mode: libc::c_char = 'w' as libc::c_char;

    let entryname = CString::new("test.txt").unwrap();
    let content = "test content\0";

    unsafe {
        let zip: *mut Zip = zip_open(path.as_ptr(), 5, mode);
            zip_entry_open(zip, entryname.as_ptr());
                let buf = content.as_ptr() as *const libc::c_void;
                let bufsize = content.len() as libc::size_t;
                zip_entry_write(zip, buf, bufsize);

Ruby (ffi)

Install ffi gem.

$ gem install ffi

Bind in your module.

require 'ffi'

module Zip
  extend FFI::Library
  ffi_lib "./libzip.#{::FFI::Platform::LIBSUFFIX}"

  attach_function :zip_open, [:string, :int, :char], :pointer
  attach_function :zip_close, [:pointer], :void

  attach_function :zip_entry_open, [:pointer, :string], :int
  attach_function :zip_entry_close, [:pointer], :void
  attach_function :zip_entry_write, [:pointer, :string, :int], :int

ptr = Zip.zip_open("/tmp/ruby.zip", 6, "w".bytes()[0])

status = Zip.zip_entry_open(ptr, "test")

content = "test content"
status = Zip.zip_entry_write(ptr, content, content.size())


Python (cffi)

Install cffi package

$ pip install cffi

Bind in your package.

import ctypes.util
from cffi import FFI

ffi = FFI()
    struct zip_t *zip_open(const char *zipname, int level, char mode);
    void zip_close(struct zip_t *zip);

    int zip_entry_open(struct zip_t *zip, const char *entryname);
    int zip_entry_close(struct zip_t *zip);
    int zip_entry_write(struct zip_t *zip, const void *buf, size_t bufsize);

Zip = ffi.dlopen(ctypes.util.find_library("zip"))

ptr = Zip.zip_open("/tmp/python.zip", 6, 'w')

status = Zip.zip_entry_open(ptr, "test")

content = "test content"
status = Zip.zip_entry_write(ptr, content, len(content))


Never (ffi)

extern "libzip.so" func zip_open(zipname: string, level: int, mode: char) -> c_ptr
extern "libzip.so" func zip_close(zip: c_ptr) -> void

extern "libzip.so" func zip_entry_open(zip: c_ptr, entryname: string) -> int
extern "libzip.so" func zip_entry_close(zip: c_ptr) -> int
extern "libzip.so" func zip_entry_write(zip: c_ptr, buf: string, bufsize: int) -> int
extern "libzip.so" func zip_entry_fwrite(zip: c_ptr, filename: string) -> int

func main() -> int
    let content = "Test content"

    let zip = zip_open("/tmp/never.zip", 6, 'w');

    zip_entry_open(zip, "test.file");
    zip_entry_fwrite(zip, "/tmp/test.txt");

    zip_entry_open(zip, "test.content");
    zip_entry_write(zip, content, length(content));



The language comes with RingZip based on this library

load "ziplib.ring"

new Zip {
    newEntry() {

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  • zip_extract doesn't work if not on main OS drive?

    zip_extract doesn't work if not on main OS drive?

    I'm using this lib in a Qt app and everything works as expected until I move the app to another drive. This line of code works as expected if the application resides on C (the main drive where the OS is installed). Moving it to somewhere like F and nothing gets extracted.

    zip_extract(input_filename, temporary_dir, nullptr, nullptr);

    In my test case, input_filename is also on C and temporary_dir is a folder created in the temp directory (also on C). I'm using MSVC 2017 on Windows 10. Even running as admin I get the same issue.

    bug help wanted windows 
    opened by iKlsR 22
  • MinGW fails compilation

    MinGW fails compilation

    Reproducing on windows 10:

    1. Install MinGW-get from https://osdn.net/projects/mingw/releases/p15522
    2. Add the mingw32-base-bin and mingw-gcc-g++-bin packages.
    3. Install cmake.
    4. Add C:\MinGW\bin to path.
    5. mkdir build, cmake .. -G "MinGW Makefiles", cmake --build . error.log

    Relevant MinGW header: (https://sourceforge.net/p/mingw/mingw-org-wsl/ci/21762bb4a1bd0c88c38eead03f59e8d994349e83/tree/include/sys/types.h)

    MinGW doesn't use any defines to indicate ssize_t has been declared. I suggest we detect MinGW directly. After adding a check for MINGW32 before the ssize_t typedef, it compiles and passes mingw32-make test. patch.txt I'll create a PR if this looks OK.

    opened by nick-dumas 20
  •  zip_entry_fwrite(zip,

    zip_entry_fwrite(zip, "foo-2.1.txt") fails for big sizes

    Writing a zip archive fails when trying to zip big files.

    When running in Debug, i get this assertion: miniz.h:3025: tdefl_compress_lz_codes: Assertion `d->m_huff_code_sizes[1][sym]' failed.

    bug help wanted 
    opened by ForgottenTales 15
  • Properly handling files in use and zero-bytes files.

    Properly handling files in use and zero-bytes files.

    If a file is in use, the zip_entry_fwrite will return ZIP_EWRTDIR -15 In that case, the file is actually created in the zip archive but with 0 bytes in size. So how to handle this situation? I tried calling zip_entry_close then zip_entries_delete and I got return value of 1 which means the file with 0 bytes is deleted. However, the next call to zip_entry_open/zip_entry_fwrite/zip_entry_closewill crash the application. Precisely the call to zip_entry_closein the sequence above. zip_open is called with 'w' flag. Is this a bug?

    opened by RCECoder 14
  • Add delete entry function

    Add delete entry function

    @kuba-- I have implemented the entry deletion function. The idea is to obtain the offset and data length of every file data in the ZIP file first, then move the data behind the deleted entry forward to overwrite the deleted data, and in the end truncate the invalid data at the end of the ZIP file. The case of deleting one folder (multiple files) at a time is considered in the implementation.

    opened by jinfeihan57 14
  • Update CMake files with Config install and some cleanup

    Update CMake files with Config install and some cleanup

    I want to add this package to the Hunter package manager: https://github.com/ruslo/hunter

    To do so, we need to export the library target in the modern CMake fashion. No Hunter-specific changes need to be made since the library has no dependencies.

    This line install(FILES ${PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR}/src/zip.h DESTINATION ${INCLUDE_INSTALL_DIR}/zip) means that library consumers need to include #include <zip/zip.h> which avoids conflicts with other libraries that may use the same filename (zip.h).

    opened by rbsheth 13
  • Attempting to build from source. No Make file

    Attempting to build from source. No Make file

    This command seems to succeed. cmake -DBUILD_SHARED_LIBS=true ..

    Attempting to call make after results in make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop.

    opened by seitzcasey 12
  • zip doesn't compile on 32b system with GCC 9.2.0

    zip doesn't compile on 32b system with GCC 9.2.0

    Trying to compile assimp for Alpine Linux on 32bit platforms and there seems to be an issue with ssize_t decleration:

    [ 62%] Building CXX object code/CMakeFiles/assimp.dir/__/contrib/poly2tri/poly2tri/sweep/cdt.cc.o
    In file included from /home/buildozer/aports/testing/assimp/src/assimp-5.0.0/code/3MF/D3MFExporter.cpp:61:
    /home/buildozer/aports/testing/assimp/src/assimp-5.0.0/contrib/zip/src/zip.h:30:15: error: conflicting declaration 'typedef long int ssize_t'
       30 | typedef long  ssize_t;  /* byte count or error */
          |               ^~~~~~~
    In file included from /usr/include/stdio.h:26,
                     from /usr/include/fortify/stdio.h:22,
                     from /usr/include/c++/9.2.0/cstdio:42,
                     from /usr/include/c++/9.2.0/ext/string_conversions.h:43,
                     from /usr/include/c++/9.2.0/bits/basic_string.h:6493,
                     from /usr/include/c++/9.2.0/string:55,
                     from /usr/include/c++/9.2.0/stdexcept:39,
                     from /usr/include/c++/9.2.0/array:39,
                     from /usr/include/c++/9.2.0/tuple:39,
                     from /usr/include/c++/9.2.0/bits/unique_ptr.h:37,
                     from /usr/include/c++/9.2.0/memory:80,
                     from /home/buildozer/aports/testing/assimp/src/assimp-5.0.0/code/3MF/D3MFExporter.h:44,
                     from /home/buildozer/aports/testing/assimp/src/assimp-5.0.0/code/3MF/D3MFExporter.cpp:45:
    /usr/include/bits/alltypes.h:151:15: note: previous declaration as 'typedef int ssize_t'
      151 | typedef _Addr ssize_t;
          |               ^~~~~~~

    CI output might be of interest: https://cloud.drone.io/alpinelinux/aports/13069 and AL PR https://github.com/alpinelinux/aports/pull/11998

    I posted this to https://github.com/assimp/assimp/issues/2733 as well.

    opened by russkel 12
  • supply buffer to read function

    supply buffer to read function

    I'm working with a memory managed system (Matlab) and was wondering if it would be possible to have the following functions:

    1. extern size_t *zip_entry_size(struct zip_t *zip) - return the # of bytes of the current entry
    2. extern int zip_entry_read2(struct zip_t *zip, void *buf, size_t bufsize) -User passes in the buffer, the bufsize here is the size of the input buffer ...

    The alternative, which is ok for now, is to memcpy after reading, but I'd prefer to avoid this.

    opened by JimHokanson 12
  • Add support for wide characters.

    Add support for wide characters.

    There are potential issues while using this lib on localized versions of windows. That can happen if a path string has characters that do to fit into char. Anyway, is there a way to deal with it now?

    question windows 
    opened by mykhailopylyp 11
  • The archive loses its structure after unpacking

    The archive loses its structure after unpacking

    Hi. Faced a problem when unpacking an archive using OS utilities.

    I pack the Archive using the methods:

        struct zip_t *zip = zip_open(zipArr, ZIP_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION_LEVEL, 'w');
        zip_entry_open(zip, file);
        zip_entry_write(zip, data.data(), data.size()) ;

    After packing, I get an archive with a seemingly correct structure.


    But after unpacking such an archive, I have a bunch of unstructured files.

    ├── AbstractButton.qml
    ├── AbstractButtonSection.qml
    ├── ActionGroup.qml
    ├── Action.qml
    ├── ApplicationWindow.qml
    ├── Blend.qml
    ├── BoxShadow.qml
    ├── BrightnessContrast.qml
    ├── busyindicator-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── busyindicator-icon.png
    ├── BusyIndicator.qml
    ├── BusyIndicatorSpecifics.qml
    ├── ButtonGroup.qml
    ├── button-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── button-icon.png
    ├── ButtonPanel.qml
    ├── Button.qml
    ├── ButtonSection.qml
    ├── ButtonSpecifics.qml
    ├── checkbox-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── checkbox-icon.png
    ├── CheckBox.qml
    ├── CheckBoxSpecifics.qml
    ├── CheckDelegate.qml
    ├── CheckDelegateSpecifics.qml
    ├── CheckIndicator.qml
    ├── CheckSection.qml
    ├── Colorize.qml
    ├── ColorOverlay.qml
    ├── combobox-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── combobox-icon.png
    ├── ComboBox.qml
    ├── ComboBoxSpecifics.qml
    ├── ConicalGradient.qml
    ├── Container.qml
    ├── ContainerSection.qml
    ├── Control.qml
    ├── ControlSection.qml
    ├── ControlSpecifics.qml
    ├── CursorDelegate.qml
    ├── delaybutton-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── delaybutton-icon.png
    ├── DelayButton.qml
    ├── DelayButtonSpecifics.qml
    ├── Desaturate.qml
    ├── dial-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── dial-icon.png
    ├── DialogButtonBox.qml
    ├── Dialog.qml
    ├── Dial.qml
    ├── DialSpecifics.qml
    ├── DirectionalBlur.qml
    ├── Displace.qml
    ├── Drawer.qml
    ├── DropShadowBase.qml
    ├── DropShadowBase.qmlc
    ├── DropShadow.qml
    ├── ElevationEffect.qml
    ├── FastBlur.qml
    ├── FastGlow.qml
    ├── FastGlow.qmlc
    ├── FastInnerShadow.qml
    ├── FastInnerShadow.qmlc
    ├── FastMaskedBlur.qml
    ├── FastMaskedBlur.qmlc
    ├── frame-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── frame-icon.png
    ├── Frame.qml
    ├── FrameSpecifics.qml
    ├── GammaAdjust.qml
    ├── GaussianBlur.qml
    ├── GaussianDirectionalBlur.qml
    ├── GaussianDirectionalBlur.qmlc
    ├── GaussianGlow.qml
    ├── GaussianGlow.qmlc
    ├── GaussianInnerShadow.qml
    ├── GaussianInnerShadow.qmlc
    ├── GaussianMaskedBlur.qml
    ├── GaussianMaskedBlur.qmlc
    ├── Glow.qml
    ├── groupbox-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── groupbox-icon.png
    ├── GroupBox.qml
    ├── GroupBoxSpecifics.qml
    ├── HueSaturation.qml
    ├── InnerShadow.qml
    ├── itemdelegate-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── itemdelegate-icon.png
    ├── ItemDelegate.qml
    ├── ItemDelegateSection.qml
    ├── ItemDelegateSpecifics.qml
    ├── label-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── label-icon.png
    ├── Label.qml
    ├── LabelSpecifics.qml
    ├── LevelAdjust.qml
    ├── libbradient.so
    ├── libcomposeplatforminputcontextplugin.so
    ├── libdmabuf-server.so
    ├── libdrm-egl-server.so
    ├── libfullscreen-shell-v1.so
    ├── libibusplatforminputcontextplugin.so
    ├── libicudata.so.56
    ├── libicui18n.so.56
    ├── libicuuc.so.56
    ├── libivi-shell.so
    ├── liblinux-dmabuf-unstable-v1.so
    ├── libqconnmanbearer.so
    ├── libqeglfs.so
    ├── libqgenericbearer.so
    ├── libqgif.so
    ├── libqgtk3.so
    ├── libqicns.so
    ├── libqico.so
    ├── libqjpeg.so
    ├── libqlinuxfb.so
    ├── libqminimalegl.so
    ├── libqminimal.so
    ├── libqnmbearer.so
    ├── libqoffscreen.so
    ├── libqquicklayoutsplugin.so
    ├── libqsvgicon.so
    ├── libqsvg.so
    ├── libQt5Core.so.5
    ├── libQt5DBus.so.5
    ├── libQt5EglFSDeviceIntegration.so.5
    ├── libQt5Gui.so.5
    ├── libQt5Network.so.5
    ├── libQt5QmlModels.so.5
    ├── libQt5Qml.so.5
    ├── libQt5QmlWorkerScript.so.5
    ├── libQt5QuickControls2.so.5
    ├── libQt5Quick.so.5
    ├── libQt5QuickTemplates2.so.5
    ├── libQt5Svg.so.5
    ├── libQt5WaylandClient.so.5
    ├── libQt5WaylandCompositor.so.5
    ├── libQt5Widgets.so.5
    ├── libQt5XcbQpa.so.5
    ├── libqtga.so
    ├── libqtgraphicaleffectsplugin.so
    ├── libqtgraphicaleffectsprivate.so
    ├── libqtiff.so
    ├── libqt-plugin-wayland-egl.so
    ├── libqtquick2plugin.so
    ├── libqtquickcontrols2fusionstyleplugin.so
    ├── libqtquickcontrols2imaginestyleplugin.so
    ├── libqtquickcontrols2materialstyleplugin.so
    ├── libqtquickcontrols2plugin.so
    ├── libqtquickcontrols2universalstyleplugin.so
    ├── libqtquicktemplates2plugin.so
    ├── libqwayland-egl.so
    ├── libqwayland-generic.so
    ├── libqwayland-xcomposite-egl.so
    ├── libqwayland-xcomposite-glx.so
    ├── libqwbmp.so
    ├── libqwebp.so
    ├── libqxcb-egl-integration.so
    ├── libqxcb-glx-integration.so
    ├── libqxcb.so
    ├── libqxdgdesktopportal.so
    ├── libshm-emulation-server.so
    ├── libvulkan-server.so
    ├── libwayland-eglstream-controller.so
    ├── libwindowplugin.so
    ├── libwl-shell.so
    ├── libxcomposite-egl.so
    ├── libxcomposite-glx.so
    ├── libxdg-shell.so
    ├── libxdg-shell-v5.so
    ├── libxdg-shell-v6.so
    ├── LinearGradient.qml
    ├── MaskedBlur.qml
    ├── MenuBarItem.qml
    ├── MenuBar.qml
    ├── MenuItem.qml
    ├── Menu.qml
    ├── MenuSeparator.qml
    ├── OpacityMask.qml
    ├── PaddingSection.qml
    ├── page-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── page-icon.png
    ├── pageindicator-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── pageindicator-icon.png
    ├── PageIndicator.qml
    ├── PageIndicatorSpecifics.qml
    ├── Page.qml
    ├── PageSpecifics.qml
    ├── pane-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── pane-icon.png
    ├── Pane.qml
    ├── PaneSection.qml
    ├── PaneSpecifics.qml
    ├── plugins.qmltypes
    ├── Popup.qml
    ├── progressbar-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── progressbar-icon.png
    ├── ProgressBar.qml
    ├── ProgressBarSpecifics.qml
    ├── qmldir
    ├── qtbase_ar.qm
    ├── qtbase_bg.qm
    ├── qtbase_ca.qm
    ├── qtbase_cs.qm
    ├── qtbase_da.qm
    ├── qtbase_de.qm
    ├── qtbase_en.qm
    ├── qtbase_es.qm
    ├── qtbase_fi.qm
    ├── qtbase_fr.qm
    ├── qtbase_gd.qm
    ├── qtbase_he.qm
    ├── qtbase_hu.qm
    ├── qtbase_it.qm
    ├── qtbase_ja.qm
    ├── qtbase_ko.qm
    ├── qtbase_lv.qm
    ├── qtbase_pl.qm
    ├── qtbase_ru.qm
    ├── qtbase_sk.qm
    ├── qtbase_uk.qm
    ├── qtbase_zh_TW.qm
    ├── qt.conf
    ├── qtdeclarative_bg.qm
    ├── qtdeclarative_da.qm
    ├── qtdeclarative_de.qm
    ├── qtdeclarative_en.qm
    ├── qtdeclarative_es.qm
    ├── qtdeclarative_fi.qm
    ├── qtdeclarative_fr.qm
    ├── qtdeclarative_hu.qm
    ├── qtdeclarative_ja.qm
    ├── qtdeclarative_ko.qm
    ├── qtdeclarative_lv.qm
    ├── qtdeclarative_pl.qm
    ├── qtdeclarative_ru.qm
    ├── qtdeclarative_sk.qm
    ├── qtdeclarative_uk.qm
    ├── qtquickcontrols2.metainfo
    ├── RadialBlur.qml
    ├── RadialGradient.qml
    ├── radiobutton-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── radiobutton-icon.png
    ├── RadioButton.qml
    ├── RadioButtonSpecifics.qml
    ├── RadioDelegate.qml
    ├── RadioDelegateSpecifics.qml
    ├── RadioIndicator.qml
    ├── rangeslider-icon16.png
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    ├── RangeSlider.qml
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    ├── RectangularGlow.qml
    ├── RecursiveBlur.qml
    ├── roundbutton-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── roundbutton-icon.png
    ├── RoundButton.qml
    ├── RoundButtonSpecifics.qml
    ├── ScrollBar.qml
    ├── ScrollIndicator.qml
    ├── scrollview-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── scrollview-icon.png
    ├── ScrollView.qml
    ├── ScrollViewSpecifics.qml
    ├── SliderGroove.qml
    ├── SliderHandle.qml
    ├── slider-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── slider-icon.png
    ├── Slider.qml
    ├── SliderSpecifics.qml
    ├── spinbox-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── spinbox-icon.png
    ├── SpinBox.qml
    ├── SpinBoxSpecifics.qml
    ├── SplitView.qml
    ├── stackview-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── stackview-icon.png
    ├── StackView.qml
    ├── StackViewSpecifics.qml
    ├── SwipeDelegate.qml
    ├── SwipeDelegateSpecifics.qml
    ├── swipeview-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── swipeview-icon.png
    ├── SwipeView.qml
    ├── SwipeViewSpecifics.qml
    ├── SwitchDelegate.qml
    ├── SwitchDelegateSpecifics.qml
    ├── switch-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── switch-icon.png
    ├── SwitchIndicator.qml
    ├── Switch.qml
    ├── SwitchSpecifics.qml
    ├── TabBar.qml
    ├── TabBarSpecifics.qml
    ├── TabButton.qml
    ├── TabButtonSpecifics.qml
    ├── TestQMLWidgets
    ├── TestQMLWidgets.sh
    ├── textarea-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── textarea-icon.png
    ├── TextArea.qml
    ├── TextAreaSpecifics.qml
    ├── textfield-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── textfield-icon.png
    ├── TextField.qml
    ├── TextFieldSpecifics.qml
    ├── ThresholdMask.qml
    ├── toolbar-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── toolbar-icon.png
    ├── ToolBar.qml
    ├── ToolBarSpecifics.qml
    ├── toolbutton-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── toolbutton-icon.png
    ├── ToolButton.qml
    ├── ToolButtonSpecifics.qml
    ├── toolseparator-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── toolseparator-icon.png
    ├── ToolSeparator.qml
    ├── ToolSeparatorSpecifics.qml
    ├── ToolTip.qml
    ├── tumbler-icon16.png
    ├── [email protected]
    ├── tumbler-icon.png
    ├── Tumbler.qml
    ├── TumblerSpecifics.qml
    └── ZoomBlur.qml
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  • When writing file names in Cyrillic, the file is not written

    When writing file names in Cyrillic, the file is not written

    Hello! I trying to write file to zip with cyrillic symbols

    			zip_entry_open(zip, "тест.txt");
    			zip_entry_write(zip, content, size);

    Archive is empty..

    opened by HellsCoder 2
  • v0.2.6(Oct 25, 2022)

    What's Changed

    • Fix clang build error on Windows by @exactly-one-kas in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/280
    • Replace MAX_PATH by MZ_ZIP_MAX_ARCHIVE_FILENAME_SIZE by @kuba-- in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/282

    New Contributors

    • @exactly-one-kas made their first contribution in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/280

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/kuba--/zip/compare/v0.2.5...v0.2.6

    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v0.2.5(Sep 17, 2022)

    What's Changed

    • strncpy filename_size by @kuba-- in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/273
    • Allow opening read-only ZIP files by @thp in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/278

    New Contributors

    • @thp made their first contribution in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/278

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/kuba--/zip/compare/v0.2.4...v0.2.5

    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v0.2.4(Jul 9, 2022)

    What's Changed

    • fix delete entries fail by @HellsCoder in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/267
    • Enable building tests only if the project is built as a standalone one by @zivke in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/269

    New Contributors

    • @HellsCoder made their first contribution in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/267
    • @zivke made their first contribution in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/269

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/kuba--/zip/compare/v0.2.3...v0.2.4

    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v0.2.3(Jun 6, 2022)

    What's Changed

    • For support shareable file open on windows by @appledragon in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/220
    • MAX_PATH=1024 by @kuba-- in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/222
    • No freopen for append by @kuba-- in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/223
    • Permissions xattr. logic from zip info by @kuba-- in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/227
    • Update zip.c by @kuba-- in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/230
    • Fix compilation on MS-DOS/DJGPP by @kuba-- in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/235
    • Wrap mz_zip_time_t_to_dos_time() call by @Dialga in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/236
    • Add switch case for MZ_ZIP_TOTAL_ERRORS by @Dialga in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/237
    • Do not jump over initialisation by @prissi in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/238
    • Add ZIP_RAW_ENTRYNAME macro by @kuba-- in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/240
    • Forward changes we use in ogre by @paroj in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/242
    • Replace S_IWRITE by S_IWUSR by @kuba-- in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/244
    • Update zip.c by @kuba-- in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/245
    • Expose entry index as (s)size_t by @kuba-- in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/249
    • Fix mkdir for tcc on Windows by @Dialga in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/261
    • Fix ftruncate for tcc on Windows by @Dialga in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/260
    • Fix unzip big files by @kuba-- in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/262

    New Contributors

    • @appledragon made their first contribution in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/220
    • @prissi made their first contribution in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/238
    • @paroj made their first contribution in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/242

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/kuba--/zip/compare/v0.2.2...v0.2.3

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    Source code(zip)
  • v0.2.2(Dec 11, 2021)

    What's Changed

    • switch to ninja build by @kuba-- in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/216
    • Port of features from miniz (creation of ZIP64 files and empty folders) by @javiserrano in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/215

    New Contributors

    • @javiserrano made their first contribution in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/215

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/kuba--/zip/compare/v0.2.1...v0.2.2

    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v0.2.1(Dec 10, 2021)

    What's Changed

    • Fix - unsafe _wfopen and _wfreopen in Visual Studio by @kuba-- in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/206
    • Fix defines by @kuba-- in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/208
    • [CMakeLists.txt] Set C89; [src/zip.c] C89-compatibility by @SamuelMarks in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/212
    • Add sanitizers for zip by @sdt27 in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/213
    • pass MZ_ZIP_GENERAL_PURPOSE_BIT_FLAG_UTF8 by @kuba-- in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/214

    New Contributors

    • @SamuelMarks made their first contribution in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/212
    • @sdt27 made their first contribution in https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/213

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/kuba--/zip/compare/v0.2.0...v0.2.1

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    Source code(zip)
  • v0.2.0(Aug 6, 2021)

  • v0.1.32(Jul 22, 2021)

    Change log:

    • Fix compiler (MSC) warnings (#186, #187, #196, #199)
    • API to set custom global CRC-32 function (#191)
    • Custom mz_stat for MSC (#194)
    • Custom mz_mkdir for MSC (#200)
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v0.1.22(Jan 21, 2021)

  • v0.1.21(Dec 18, 2020)

    • Open files with wide char names on Windows (#150)
    • Fix compilation with MINIZ_NO_TIME (#151)
    • Fix compilation error for msvs latest (#155)
    • Fix normalize entry path (#159)
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v0.1.20(Nov 19, 2020)

    • Fix tinfl_decompress
    • New API zip_extract_stream(), zip_open_stream(), zip_delete_entries
    • Remove -pedantic for tests in release mode.
    • Define ssize_t only for MSVC compiler which does not support POSIX
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v0.1.19(Apr 23, 2020)

    • Upgrade cmake to 3.4 (#122), to have support for WINDOWS_EXPORT_ALL_SYMBOLS.

    Note: cmake -DCMAKE_WINDOWS_EXPORT_ALL_SYMBOLS=TRUE -DBUILD_SHARED_LIBS=TRUE creates dlls on Windows without declspec() using new CMake export all feature. More details here

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  • v0.1.18(Feb 4, 2020)

  • v0.1.17(Jan 22, 2020)

    • Check if the archive has a zip64 end of central directory headers.
    • Fix potential memory leak (if new entry does not exist).
    • Replace travis and appveyor by github actions.
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v0.1.16(Nov 12, 2019)

  • v0.1.15(May 24, 2019)

  • v0.1.14(Mar 28, 2019)

  • v0.1.13(Feb 25, 2019)

  • v0.1.12(Jan 14, 2019)

    • Extract zipped symlinks as symlinks on UNIX platforms.
    • Support for TDM-GCC compiler.
    • Rename function basename to base_name (to avoid conflicts with <string.h>).
    • Support for Android NDK <stdint.h>.
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v0.1.11(Oct 30, 2018)

    • Make read functions syscall compatible.
    • Improvements in build system (make install)


    • "zip_extract doesn't work if not on main OS drive" (https://github.com/kuba--/zip/issues/85)
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v0.1.10(Sep 30, 2018)

  • v0.1.9(Aug 22, 2018)

  • v0.1.8(Aug 10, 2018)

  • v0.1.7(Aug 1, 2018)

    • Fix Issue generating zip windows MSYS": https://github.com/kuba--/zip/issues/46
    • Use target_include_directories to help dependents find the zip.h file: https://github.com/kuba--/zip/pull/45
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v0.1.6(Jul 24, 2018)

    • bug fixes
      • memset function will lead to underflow of the buffer
      • Lite fix about build in _MSC_VER (PS)
      • remove wrong if for MSC
    • clang-format
    • update cmake file
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v0.1.5(Mar 8, 2018)

    • minor bug fixes
    • new API functions:
      Returns an uncompressed size of the current zip entry.
        zip: zip archive handler.
        The uncompressed size in bytes.
    extern unsigned long long zip_entry_size(struct zip_t *zip);
      Returns CRC-32 checksum of the current zip entry.
        zip: zip archive handler.
        The CRC-32 checksum.
    extern unsigned int zip_entry_crc32(struct zip_t *zip);
      Extracts the current zip entry into a memory buffer using no memory allocation.
        zip: zip archive handler.
        buf: preallocated output buffer.
        bufsize: output buffer size (in bytes).
        - ensure supplied output buffer is large enough.
        - zip_entry_size function (returns uncompressed size for the current entry)
          can be handy to estimate how big buffer is needed.
        - for large entries, please take a look at zip_entry_extract function.
        The return code - 0 on success, negative number (< 0) on error (e.g. bufsize
        is not large enough).
    extern int zip_entry_noallocread(struct zip_t *zip, void *buf, size_t bufsize);
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v0.1.4(Jan 9, 2018)

    • minor bug fixes
    • new API functions:
      Opens a new entry by index in the zip archive.
      This function is only valid if zip archive was opened in 'r' (readonly) mode.
        zip: zip archive handler.
        index: index in local dictionary.
        The return code - 0 on success, negative number (< 0) on error.
    extern int zip_entry_openbyindex(struct zip_t *zip, int index);
      Returns a local name of the current zip entry.
      The main difference between user's entry name and local entry name
      is optional relative path.
      Following .ZIP File Format Specification - the path stored MUST not contain
      a drive or device letter, or a leading slash.
      All slashes MUST be forward slashes '/' as opposed to backwards slashes '\'
      for compatibility with Amiga and UNIX file systems etc.
        zip: zip archive handler.
        The pointer to the current zip entry name, or NULL on error.
    extern const char *zip_entry_name(struct zip_t *zip);
      Returns an index of the current zip entry.
        zip: zip archive handler.
        The index on success, negative number (< 0) on error.
    extern int zip_entry_index(struct zip_t *zip);
      Determines if the current zip entry is a directory entry.
        zip: zip archive handler.
        The return code - 1 (true), 0 (false), negative number (< 0) on error.
    extern int zip_entry_isdir(struct zip_t *zip);
      Returns the number of all entries (files and directories) in the zip archive.
        zip: zip archive handler.
        The return code - the number of entries on success,
        negative number (< 0) on error.
    extern int zip_total_entries(struct zip_t *zip);
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    Source code(zip)
  • v0.1.3(Nov 9, 2017)

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