Lzz: The Lazy C++ Programmer's Tool

Download Lzz by clicking on one of the filenames below.

PlatformFilenameSize (bytes)
Linux, Intel 386lzz_2_8_2_linux.zip324612
Windows, Intel 386lzz_2_8_2_windows.zip473295
Mac, OS Xlzz_2_8_2_mac.zip473729

The file contains only an executable. To install Lzz, simply place the executable in your path. The Linux binary was built with g++ 4.4.4 on Slackware 13.1.0. The Windows binary was built using mingw g++ 3.4.5 cross compiler. The Mac binary was built using the g++ Xcode 3.x compiler (i686-apple-darwin10-g++-4.2.1).

You can download the source code here: lzz_2_8_2_src.zip. You need Lzz to build Lzz. See the file README.TXT in the zip for build instructions.

If you don't have Lzz download the generated source files: lzz_2_8_2_src_gen.zip. To build type 'make -f Makefile.release' in the lzz_2_8_2_src_gen directory. This should work on all Unix-like platforms, including Mac OS X.

Lzz is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL).

Thanks to Alex Wall for providing the binary and Makefile for the Mac!

Check back regularly for new versions and please let me know if you find any bugs.