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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_XZ_DEC_MICROLZMA:

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MicroLZMA is a header format variant where the first byte of a raw LZMA stream (without the end of stream marker) has been replaced with a bitwise-negation of the lc/lp/pb properties byte. MicroLZMA was created to be used in EROFS but can be used by other things too where wasting minimal amount of space for headers is important.

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