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'jazip' compression ?

Discussion in 'CAD' started by [email protected], Aug 19, 2005.

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  1. Guest

    Hello,

    I have a firmware image from an oscilloscope from which I'd like to extract
    the help texts to create a reference manual for our engineers. The firmware
    seems to be compressed with a format called 'jzp' or 'jazip'.

    Here is the header of the file :

    00000000 69 6D 61 67 65 36 32 30 2E 6A 7A 70 43 50 00 02 image620.jzpCP..
    00000010 00 00 00 18 EF 05 00 0A AF 02 4A 41 5A 49 50 00 ..........JAZIP.
    00000020 0C 53 00 00 80 54 20 10 08 04 0E B1 EA 00 10 00 .S...T .........
    00000030 04 08 04 02 D5 45 B2 52 6E 14 CB AD 4E 41 20 90 .....E.Rn...NA .
    00000040 48 2A 54 1A 6C EA 01 02 00 10 23 1E F8 20 09 03 H*T.l.....#.. ..
    00000050 E8 B0 F4 F9 A0 08 28 02 0B 20 97 C0 20 92 2B 84 ......(.. .. .+.

    Does anybody know if this is a common and open compression format, and where
    I could find a decompressor ? Are there any legal issues when doing these
    kind of things with somebody's firmware images ?

    Regards,
     
  2. Guest

    Oh bummer, I posted to the wrong group, sorry for that !
     
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