LHARK

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* {{CdTextfiles|230/EMULATOR/PACKER/LHARK.EXE|LHARK 0.4a}} (bare executable]
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* [https://www.sac.sk/download/pack/lhark04d.zip LHARK 0.4d]
 
* [https://www.sac.sk/download/pack/lhark04d.zip LHARK 0.4d]

Latest revision as of 19:49, 20 October 2020

File Format
Name LHARK
Ontology
Extension(s) .lzh
Released ~1996
Not to be confused with LHarc – see LHA.

LHARK is a compressed archiving utility for DOS, developed by Kerwin F. Medina. It uses LHA file format, but adds a custom compression scheme of its own, with identifier "lh7".

Unfortunately, this conflicts with a different lh7 compression scheme supported by some of the main-line LHA software (e.g. LHA 2.66+, LHa for Unix).

As far as we know, LHARK-lh7 compression has never been documented or reverse-engineered.

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