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    MComp 1.00?

    Hello once again guys!

    I have Malcom Taylor's MComp 2.00. I see that 1.00 has PWCM and FPW1/2/3/4 codes (which 2.00 does not have).

    Does anyone have version 1.00 of mcomp? I do not like GUI's at all and it would be great to use those algorithms from the command line!

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    EDIT: Let me clarify--I am looking for the version of Mcomp that has PWCM and FPW algorithms in it.

    I think I made a mistake with version "1.00". I think what i need is version 2.3. I did some searching around and came across this site:

    http://archive.today/ZfUX

    Mcomp 2.3 was tested and always outperformed WinRK (except for PWCM). The version I was able to find, 2.00, does not have -mfpw or -mx switches.

    Any help would be great! Sorry for the misleading title and overall confusion.
    Last edited by comp1; 23rd June 2014 at 14:40.

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    The thing you're hunting for is not available for public. Its a part of General Compression Library which is available for licensing only.
    Also it have been given to some testers for benchmarking and I suppose under agreement of keeping it private. So chances of find it are very low. I will gladly test it for myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skymmer View Post
    The thing you're hunting for is not available for public. Its a part of General Compression Library which is available for licensing only.
    Also it have been given to some testers for benchmarking and I suppose under agreement of keeping it private. So chances of find it are very low. I will gladly test it for myself.
    Skymmer,

    Ahh I see! I was not very clear on all of that. Thank you for the explanation and the link.

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    It was freely available to the public, just in case...
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    Quote Originally Posted by encode View Post
    It was freely available to the public, just in case...
    As usual Ilia, thank you very much

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