snappy-java: A fast compression/decompression library

LicenseApache 2.0
CategoriesCompression Libraries
Tagscompressionsnappy
Organization xerial.org
HomePage https://github.com/xerial/snappy-java
DateNov 09, 2020
Filesbundle (1.9 MB)  View All
RepositoriesCentralSovrin
Ranking#395 in MvnRepository (See Top Artifacts)
#2 in Compression Libraries
Used By1,056 artifacts
VulnerabilitiesVulnerabilities from dependencies:
CVE-2022-26612
CVE-2022-25168
CVE-2021-37404
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OSGI
Apache 2.0
org.osgi » org.osgi.core 4.3.08.0.0

Developers

NameEmailDev IdRolesOrganization
Taro L. Saitoleo<at>xerial.orgleo

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