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Enterprise-Grade Advanced File & Streaming Compression Library


If you need advanced file and streaming compression for your application, the IPWorks Zip library is a good choice. This library is easy to integrate, fast, and effective components that enable developers to rapidly add advanced compression and decompression features to your application.

What is IPWorks ZIP?

IPWorks ZIP allows developers to easily integrate compression and decompression into applications using the Zip, Tar, Gzip, 7-Zip, Bzip2, ZCompress, or Jar standards for compression.

IPWorks Features

  • Streaming support during file compression/decompression
  • Delete individual files within an archive without decompressing the entire file.
  • Encryption
  • Support for the Open XML Packing format
  • PKZip-compatible Zip compressor
  • 128-bit, 192-bit, and 256-bit AES encryption
  • Zip64 Archives support – 4GB+ zip files with a virtually unlimited number of files
  • and more

Supported platforms

  • Delphi
  • C++ Builder
  • and other major stacks

How to get the IPWorks ZIP library?

You can head over and check out the library on the GetIt portal and download it in the IDE using the GetIt Package Manager


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