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lzh archive decompressor

Lhasa lha is a tool for parsing LHA (.lzh) archives and a free replacement for the Unix LHA tool.

Currently it is only possible to read from (ie. decompress) archives; generating (compressing) LHA archives may be an enhancement for future versions. The aim is to be compatible with as many different variants of the LHA file format as possible, including LArc (.lzs) and PMarc (.pma).

The command line tool aims to be interface-compatible with the non-free Unix LHA tool (command line syntax and output), for backwards compatibility with tools that expect particular output.

Package version:0.0.7-2


lha(1)                                                        lha(1)

       lha - compression tool for .lzh archive files.

       lha [-]{lvtxe[q{num}][finv]}[w=<dir>] archive_file [file...]

       lha is a tool for extracting .lzh archive files. It also sup‐
       ports variants of the .lzh archive, such as .lzs and .pma.

       This version of the lha tool is p


lhasa (0.0.7-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * Include some missing headers in the -dev package.

 -- Jon Dowland <>  Wed, 06 Jun 2012 13:59:47 +0100

lhasa (0.0.7-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream version.

 -- Jon Dowland <>  Sun, 03 Jun 2012 09:55:08 +0100

lhasa (0.0.6-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * correct liblhasa-dev to depend on liblhasa0.
    Thanks Aaron


The full change history is maintained in git. Rather than reproduce
the change history history here, it's easier if you clone a copy of
the git repository and view it:

    git clone git:// lhasa
    cd lhasa
    git log

Alternatively, the commit history can be viewed on github:


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Copyright: Copyright © 2011, 2012, Simon Howard
License: ISC

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Copyright: C

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