PLF archive is a borland CRT macro that allows to automatically archive / unarchive a dataset containing a fixed number of tables (user can modify the number of tables from a.txt file using a simple syntax) and packed inside a single.Z archive file.
PLF uses zlib to compress / uncompress data, if the file extension.Z is set, PLF will use the new compression method (recent version of zlib) in order to save some memory.
What is special about this archive is that it allows us to:
· easily and automatically archive / unarchive datasets inside a.Z archive file (PLF stands for “Pretty Little File”)
· pack a single dataset to multiple tables
· pack/unpack any dataset with any number of tables
· do this all from a single.txt file using a simple syntax
· can pack / unpack any dataset with any number of tables
What is NOT special about this archive is:
· no reference to any type of database (PLF will not store any kind of reference to database tables, fields and relationships)
· the target dataset can be any type of relational database (the only restriction is it needs to have a table / field / relationship id for each table / field / relationship
· the archive can be full, incremental or incremental-all
· the archive can have a fixed number of tables (this is a limitation of the current version of PLF)
· the archive can have a variable number of tables (this is not a limitation of the current version of PLF)
· when packing the archive, PLF does not compress anything
· when unpacking the archive, PLF does not uncompress anything
· the archive can be compressed with a maximum compression level (8 for the current version of PLF)
· we cannot change the type of compression after the archive is packed (it is automatically compressed)
· we cannot change the type of compression after the archive is unpacked (it is automatically uncompressed)
· we cannot change the type of the ZLib compression method after the archive is packed (it is automatically compressed)
· we cannot change the type of the ZLib compression method after the archive is unpacked (it is automatically uncompressed)
· we cannot change the maximum compression level after the archive is packed (it is automatically compressed)
· we cannot change the maximum compression level after the archive is unpacked (it is automatically uncompressed) 384a16bd22
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