Can you tell what you want to use it for?
I don't have any release planned, but I could perhaps make one available in the beta section of the forum.
It would allow me (and others) to write software that would read in the outputs of Image Analyzer's various transforms, such as FFT, DCT, and Distance Transform, and use external software for additional processing of these outputs. This is especially important, as there are VERY FEW pieces of software that can handle Deflate compressed data. Even ZLib doesn't directly read/write Deflate compressed data, but rather reads/writes Deflate compressed data which is preceded by a ZLib header and which is followed by an Adler32 checksum. Unfortunately Image Analyzer's MAP data format directly writes compressed data in the Deflate format, without the ZLib header. To read this data with ZLib would require the additional steps of creating a ZLib header (which is not an easy thing to create), and just HOPING that ZLib is willing to decompress the data without the Adler32 checksum present. At least that is my understanding of how Image Analyzer writes Deflate compressed data. If I'm wrong, please let me know.