Archive::Unzip::Burst is a Perl module, a thin XS wrapper around a copy of the well-known InfoZip library but it does not expose its full functionality. Instead, it only lets you extract a ZIP archive to some directory, about as fast as if you were using your system unzip command itself.
The module comes with its own copy of InfoZip's UnZip 5.52 included.
If you are looking for a full-featured interface to ZIP archives, you should look at Archive::Zip or the various IO::Compress::* or IO::Uncompress::* modules instead. Furthermore, this module is to be considered experimental. It has only been tested on x86 and x86-64 linux and is known to fail on, for example win32. Any help in this regard would be much appreciated.
If available, the module uses the prefork pragma to load its dependencies either on-demand run-time or at compile-time (if in a forking environment). It does not, however, require the prefork module to be installed for normal operation.
use Archive::Unzip::Burst 'unzip';