24 days of Rust – zip and lzma compression

The zip crate is the most commonly used
Rust library for manipulating ZIP archives. It supports reading and writing
.zip files with different compression methods (store, deflate, bzip2).
There are at least three crates for LZMA (de)compression on crates.i…

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