The zisofs filesystem is an extension to the ISO9660 filesystem that allows files, on a file-by-file basis, to be stored compressed and decompressed in real time. The zisofs filesystem is supported by recent versions of Linux (2.4.14 or later). Legacy systems can still read uncompressed files. zisofs-tools contains the tools necessary to create such a compressed ISO9660 filesystem and to read compressed files on a legacy system.
Release Notes: This release fixes the --sloppy option, which was documented but did not work.
Release Notes: Portability fixes were made.
Release Notes: Portability improvements were made.
Release Notes: This version supports incrementally rebuilding a compressed filesystem tree, which can be substantially faster than recreating the tree from scratch.
Release Notes: The included patch to cdrtools (mkisofs) was updated.