I have a system that generates very large log files. Each log file can be hundreds of Megabytes in textual format and the files contain a lot of redundancy.
I want a software that does the following:
1) Normalizes the log files by reading them, converting them to structured format (e.g. XML).
2) Compresses the new log file using LZMA.
3) Re-creates the original text format from the XML format.
4) The ultimate goal is to send the data in the log files using minimal network bandwidth.
Since LZMA API is only available as C/C++ library, I'd like the software to be implemented using C/C++. I'm open to suggestions though.
I'll send you more details including sample log files once we establish a communication.
Let me know if you have any questions.
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Hello. I've completed some project with porting LZMA packer to windows DLL. Therefore I would be able to provide Windows solution that packs/unpacks log files.
Hi, this does not seem like a complex project and I can probably do it within one day. I am an experienced C++ developer and I can implement the tool as a C++ application without any dependencies.