As part of a project we’re working on, we needed to be able to consume multiple chunks of compressed data on disc as a single uncompressed stream. We couldn’t find any existing libraries to do this so we had to create our own and as it’s rather generic, we thought we’d share it in case anyone else finds it useful.
It currently targets .net standard 2.1 in order to use instances of Span<..>, but it can also be modified relatively easily to use .net standard 2.0.
The package can be downloaded from nuget and the source code is available on our GitHub page.
We’re pleased to announce that, where appropriate, our .net libraries are now available for consumption directly on nuget.org.
The source code for each of the packages is available on GitHub.
Currently, we have packages for:
- Data Cube
- Object Flattener
- Object Comparer
Further packages will be uploaded shortly (including an updated object graph which is coming soon).
For more details on the underlying functionality / rationale behind these packages, please see their respective repositories in GitHub.
Please do let us know if you use these packages or if you have any suggestions etc. This can be done either by commenting or through GitHub issues.