Bobby L. Craig


# zlib-browserify [![Build Status](]( Zlib in yo' browser. # What is this? This is a very small wrapper for Fixes some very minor API inconsistencies. Only implements `inflate`, `deflate`, `gzip` and `gunzip` so if you're doing anything extra fancy you're out of luck for now. # Run tests ```bash $ npm test ``` # Test methodology (a.k.a, "why doesn't the output match node's zlib?") (zlibA = native, zlibB = browserified) Pretending these are sync, I do the following to test: ```js assert(zlibB.inflate(zlibA.deflate('test')) === "test"); assert(zlibA.inflate(zlibB.deflate('test')) === "test"); ... ``` and so on for each of the methods supported. Note, I do **not** do ```js assert(zlibA.deflate('test') === zlibB.deflate('test')); ``` Because node's deflate and the imaya's version do not seem to use the same defaults for compression level. I haven't figured out how to change it yet. Anyway, rest assured, while `deflate` does not return the same output, this is fully interoperable with node's native zlib. # License MIT