Oscar van Vlijmen wrote:
Yeah, right, like I'm gonna learn how to Cygwin (119 pages)!
I'd rather try lzip form the ezwinports project
Thanks, I wasn't aware of that. I'll CC: this to the lzip bug list, since the
ezwinports port should probably be mentioned on the lzip web page next to the
existing Cygwin and old non-Cygwin ports.
For those using Windows 10 Anniversary build 14393 or later on x86-64, another
option is Microsoft's Bash on Windows package, which I expect supports lzip.
This also should be a way to run GNU tar, gzip, etc., which should be helpful
for anybody doing serious work on the tz code and data (e.g., regression
I realize this last option is forward-looking, as we can't expect every
Microsoft Windows user to be running last month's release. But forward-looking
is OK for the experimental tzdb distribution format.
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