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News: As of version 1.18.9 of e2cfsprogs, a single build can support both e2compr-0.3 and e2compr-0.4. Support for either or both versions can be disabled/enabled at configure time (e.g. `./configure –enable-e2compr-04 –disable-e2compr-03′).
This edition of e2fsprogs has very basic support for e2compr. It doesn’t do much e2compr-specific checking & correction.
(A web page for the upstream version of e2fsprogs is at http://web.mit.edu/tytso/www/linux/e2fsprogs-release.html.)
Here’s a preliminary patch against e2fsprogs-1.19.There will still be a few changes before this finalizes.
(Note: e2fsprogs-1.17 has problems that in some cases can cause core dumps; those problems are fixed in v1.18.)
e2fsprogs-e2c_1.18.9-1_i386.deb: Debian i386 package (binaries; glibc2.1).
e2fslibs-dev-e2c_1.18.9-1_i386.deb: Debian i386 package (development libraries/includes).
e2cfsprogs_1.18.9.orig.tar.gz: source (with changes for e2compr but not Debian).
e2fsprogs-e2c_1.18.9-1.diff.gz: Debian diffs (from e2fsprogs-e2c-1.18.9.orig).
e2cfsprogs-9-patch-1.18.gz: e2compr diffs (from standard e2fsprogs-1.18). Not useful to most people.
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