Zlib 1.2.9 Released, First Update In Three Years
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 1 January 2017 at 11:05 AM EST. 7 Comments
Zlib 1.2.9 was released this weekend as the first update to this data compression library in more than three years.

Zlib 1.2.9 has a number of bug fixes, improves compress() and uncompress() functions for large lengths, improved speed of gzprintf(), a new uncompress2() function, much faster deflation performance for level zero, and a wide range of other changes.

Those wanting to learn more about zlib 1.2.9 as the first update since April 2013 can learn more via zlib.net.
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