I'm trying to decompress some data that's encoded in Zlib format, without gzip headers.
The Playground snippet above shows flate2 insisting the data is corrupted.
But if I plug the same data into Free online text compression tools - gzip, bzip2 and deflate
it decompresses properly. While that output looks random, it's actually valid; it's binary LLSD,which is roughly equivalent to JSON.
The data begins with 78 DA in hex, so it's DEFLATE format.
I tried using "libflate", and that rejects it with "LEN=30170 is not the one's complement of NLEN=19282".