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  1. Mickey1s
    Options:
    -copy copies data from stdin to stdout
    -delete deletes stdin data and returnes a one byte file to stdout. The second parameter is the size of memory for cache(Default: 1GB);
    -export copies data from stdin and saves in a file
    -import copies data from file and forwards to stdout

    First of all, it's not a regular utility or tool. You may or may not want to use this. I made it long ago for my own use and now decided to release it here. Still I am not sure if it will be useful to you or not.

    Ever tried to compress a few gigabytes of data and suddenly electricity goes off and you need to restart it again and again? Well I have faced this problem a lot. Even tried to compress a 50GB+ file, completed precomp and srep works and electricity gone, I had to do the whole process again. So that's when I thought of and made this thing. I had $$arcdatafile$$.tmp of srep and used that again instead of applying xprecomp and srep etc. by this tool. I configured stuff like this:


    Here fa took the compression method name as the same as before but fa util just deleted the input and restored the srep processed file to fa, which was compressed again. For decompression, we used the original (de)compressor.
    In the same way, you can also export the compressed file and import it again on decompression. Also you can just replace a compression method with copy to just copy the data to the next method, but fa will take it as a genuine method. Also you can use this for pranking, you create a 1 byte archive and use the exported file which is the real compressed file. I don't know if I am able to make you understand what the hell is this program, but anyways if anyone finds this useful, I am leaving it here. It was made for my personal use so I didn't actually think what other people can make use of it. Play with the options and see what you can discover more.