Author loewis
Recipients doko, georg.brandl, koen, loewis
Date 2009-04-20.19:51:49
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> The LZMA implementation from 7-zip has been released as public domain 
> (since version 4.62 / Nov 2008) in the LZMA SDK: http://www.7-zip.org/
> sdk.html

That's good news. Now, if somebody could contribute a Python wrapper for
these...

> So, there shouldn't be a license issue for Windows. I am not sure if 
> there are already system-provided LZMA libraries on Linux at this time.

There are. The Linux version apparently originates from the same
sources, so they might be API compatible. However, I wouldn't mind
if we extracted the entire lzma library from 7zip, and put it into
the source distribution.
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