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    Bill Pettis has released PAQ8jd.

    http://ilovemyking.googlepages.com

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    PAQ8JD improves on PAQ8JC by 0,042% in my testset. I'm currently testing it's performance with files preprocessed with Precomp

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    I look forward to the results from your tests. Please keep us updated.

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    New version of my compression test has been released. Included PAQ8JD and Ocamyd 1.66 (rc1,2&3)

    http://blackfox.wz.cz/

    Should you find any mistakes or incomprehensions, please tell me!


    I wish you happy New Year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black_Fox
    New version of my compression test has been released. Included PAQ8JD and Ocamyd 1.66 (rc1,2&3)

    http://blackfox.wz.cz/
    Thanks for the update!

    Quote Originally Posted by Black_Fox
    wish you happy new year!
    And a Happy New Year to yourself and your family!

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    Any chance you could add PX 1.0 to your benchmark?

    Download from here: Netstore 101

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    Sure, I am hunting for compressors to get tested! It will appear in table 3 next Sunday (7th January), but I will post some of the results here anyway
    I was already becoming afraid I am the only one staying at the computer at 3:00 in the morning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black_Fox
    Sure, I am hunting for compressors to get tested! It will appear in table 3 next Sunday (7th January), but I will post some of the results here anyway
    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Black_Fox
    I was already becoming afraid I am the only one staying at the computer at 3:00 in the morning
    Its not often that I stay awake until that time in a morning.

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    Well, I found out that I already tested PX, but mistyped a character in its name It is already in table under name "LX" with result of 14,632,907 bytes. I will fix that.

    Quote Originally Posted by LovePimple
    Its not often that I stay awake until that time in a morning.
    Same thing here.

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    Have you tried Slim! version 0.021?
    Download Slim! v0.021

    This was the last ever version of Slim! that used PPM*. From version 0.22 Slim! uses the progressive PPMII core, developed by Dmitry Shkarin.

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    To Black_Fox

    You didn't answer. Did I offend you in some way with my question about Slim!?

    My apologies if this is true!

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    Oh, don't worry, I just forgot to answer Sorry.
    I tested it already
    Slim 0.021a 11,704,661
    (Slim 0.23d 11,690,746)

    Currently, I have only compressors already included in benchmark and some older versions of FSG and (Win)Upack, which weren't tested yet. Maybe there are some more programs in my collection, which were not tested, but not many.

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