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Ascii85 (also called "Base85") is a form of binary-to-text encoding, wich is mainly used in Adobe's PostScript and PDF format. This package provides a ruby library to encode/decode Ascii85.
It ships also a command line utility, which can encode/decode files to the standard output.
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