On Wed, 28 Nov 2018 10:28:19 +0000
Jonathan Underwood <email@example.com> wrote:
> I have for sometime maintained the Python bindings to the LZ4
> compression library[0, 1]:
> I am wondering if there is interest in having these bindings move to
> the standard library to sit alongside the gzip, lzma etc bindings?
> Obviously the code would need to be modified to fit the coding
> guidelines etc.
Personally I would find it useful indeed. LZ4 is very attractive
when (de)compression speed is a primary factor, for example when
sending data over a fast network link or a fast local SSD.
Another compressor worth including is Zstandard (by the same author as
LZ4). Actually, Zstandard and LZ4 cover most of the (speed /
compression ratio) range quite well. Informative graphs below:
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