version 2.3 - 27/2/2005

Petite is a Win32 (Windows 95/98/2000/NT/XP) executable (EXE/DLL/etc...) compressor. The compressed executables decompress themselves at run time, and can be used just like the original non-compressed versions. Petite also adds virus detection to the compressed executables - they will check themselves for infection every time they are executed.

  Acrobat Reader 5.0 acrord32.exe -r** -e2 3,870,784 1,515,438 39.2%  
  HTML Help Workshop 1.3 hhw.exe -r** 438,544 162,525 37.1%  
  mIRC 5.5 mirc32.exe -r** 1,099,264 393,411 35.8%  
  Winamp 5.08 winamp.exe -r** 980,992 381,743 38.9%  
WinUAE 0.9.92 winuae.exe -r** 3,571,712 973,427 27.3%  
All files were compressed using level 1 (higher levels produce even better results)
OPTIONS = additional command-line options used with Petite.

Two versions of Petite are provided, a GUI version and a command-line console version. The GUI version allows quick and easy use of Petite, and the command-line version allows developers to automate the use of Petite in compilers' build processes and makefiles. Simple instructions for using Petite with Visual C++ projects are given, and it should be fairly simple to use Petite with other compilers and IDEs too. Petite can also be used as a shell extension, so that you can compress a file by simply right-clicking on it in Windows Explorer.

  STANDARD FREE! The STANDARD license allows you to use Petite to compress files for your own use on your own computer. It also allows you to distribute Petite compressed files in your freeware products (you charge no fee for them).  
  SHAREWARE €35 The SHAREWARE license allows you to do the same as the standard, plus you can distribute Petite compressed files in your shareware products.  
COMMERCIAL €170 The COMMERCIAL license allows all that the shareware license does, plus you can distribute Petite compressed files in your commercial/retail products.  

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