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Archive::Tyd is a Perl extension for simple file archiving. SYNOPSIS use Archive::Tyd; my $tyd = new Archive::Tyd (passw
Archive::Tyd is a Perl extension for simple file archiving.
my $tyd = new Archive::Tyd (password => 'secret password');
# Load an archive.
# Add a file.
$tyd->addFile ("./secret image.jpg");
# Write the archive.
# Read the secret rules.
my $rules = $tyd->readFile ("rules.txt");
Tyd is a simple archiving algorith for merging multiple files together and encrypting the results, hence a password-protected archive.
Tyd Does: Reading and writing of encrypted Tyd archives and file operations within.
Tyd Does: Load all files into memory. Tyd is not good as a storage device for a large quanitity of large files. Tyd is best for keeping small text files and graphics together (maybe to keep a spriteset and definitions for a game?)
Tyd Does Not: support directories within the archive, compression of files, and many other things that WinZip and GZip support.
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