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2 Structures

Each MSZIP block MUST consist of a 2-byte MSZIP signature and one or more RFC 1951 blocks. The 2-byte MSZIP signature MUST consist of the bytes 0x43 and 0x4B. The MSZIP signature MUST be the first 2 bytes in the MSZIP block. The MSZIP signature is shown in the following packet diagram.

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MSZIP signature Byte 0 (1 byte): The first byte of the MSZIP signature MUST be 0x43.

MSZIP signature Byte 1 (1 byte): The second byte of the MSZIP signature MUST be 0x4B.

Each MSZIP block is the result of a single deflate compression operation, as defined in [RFC1951]. The compressor that performs the compression operation MUST generate one or more RFC 1951 blocks, as defined in [RFC1951]. The number, deflation mode, and type of RFC 1951 blocks in each MSZIP block is determined by the compressor, as defined in [RFC1951]. The last RFC 1951 block in each MSZIP block MUST be marked as the "end" of the stream (1), as defined by [RFC1951] section 3.2.3. Decoding trees MUST be discarded after each RFC 1951 block, but the history buffer MUST be maintained. Each MSZIP block MUST represent no more than 32 KB of uncompressed data.

The maximum compressed size of each MSZIP block is 32 KB + 12 bytes. This enables the MSZIP block to contain 32 KB of data split between two noncompressed RFC 1951 blocks, each of which has a value of BTYPE=00.

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