Package zipfs file provides an implementation of the FileSystem interface based on the contents of a .zip file.
- The file paths stored in the zip file must use a slash ('/') as path
separator; and they must be relative (i.e., they must not start with a '/' - this is usually the case if the file was created w/o special options).
- The zip file system treats the file paths found in the zip internally
like absolute paths w/o a leading '/'; i.e., the paths are considered relative to the root of the file system.
- All path arguments to file system methods must be absolute paths.
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func New(rc *zip.ReadCloser, name string) vfs.FileSystem