yesterday I heard about Google's zopfli compression library which produces
zlib (gzip) compatible output. Meaning you can compress with zopfli and
decompress with zlib. I saw a chance here to create smaller HDF5 files
without requiring a special filter on the reader's side.
Now my question is: How can I use my own filter to compress blocks and let
other HDF5 applications think that they were compressed by
Currently I have a filter that uses zopfli for compression and zlib for
decompression. In fact the decompression stage was copied from the standard
My implementation of the filter can be found here:
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