Applying BCJ2 filter with the BCJ2_Decode() API needs complete extracted data in process memory. While extracting large 7z files with the help of 32 bit 7zDec tool (that uses 7z C library) fails to allocate required memory block and in turn extraction does not succeed.
I observed that x86_Convert() API works in multiple calls and small memory chunks can be submitted to it for extracting big 7z files. Is it possible to use BCJ2_Decode() function in the same way (multiple calls)?
7-Zip version and type (Both - 32-bit / 64-bit)
Windows version and type - Windows 7 SP1 (64-bit)
CPU type - Intel Core i5
RAM size - 4 GB
C version of 7z decoder doesn't implement that feature now.
Only C++ code in 7-Zip can do it now.
In C++ code it can work so: you call bcj2 decoder, that bcj2 decoder requests data from three copies of LZMA decoder.
Note also that 7-Zip itself doesn't use that scheme.
7-Zip uses multithreading code for 7z decoder, where bcj2 and all lzma decoders work in separate threads and there is data exchange between threads.
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