Create parity files and use them to recover lost data (parallel version)

Create parity files (or par files for short) create redundant data that can be used later in case parts of the original data is lost or corrupted. Par files allow file level recovery of data. That is, out of a group of many files, if a limited number of files are lost or corrupted, they can be recovered. These files will have the extensions of .par, .p01, .p02 etc.
This is the multithreaded version of par2.

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Makefile.TEST 0000003749 3.66 KB over 5 years
debian.changelog 0000000133 133 Bytes over 6 years
debian.control 0000000691 691 Bytes over 6 years
debian.rules 0000002119 2.07 KB over 6 years
debian.series 0000000093 93 Bytes over 6 years
meminit.diff 0000001014 1014 Bytes 3 months
par2-tbb-compile-fix.diff 0000002185 2.13 KB 3 months
par2-tbb-compile-warn.diff 0000000982 982 Bytes over 6 years
par2-tbb-fix-realpath.diff 0000000524 524 Bytes over 6 years
par2.dsc 0000000491 491 Bytes over 6 years
par2.spec 0000002491 2.43 KB 3 months
par2cmdline-0.4-tbb-20100203.tar.gz 0000325287 318 KB over 6 years
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