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The error handling is not very Go-like at the moment. If I ever decide I need
to use this again, I'll clean that up.

I also intended to futz around with it to make it able to decompress in-place
~I also intended to futz around with it to make it able to decompress in-place
(i.e. to not require a separate output slice) but never got around to that
either.
either.~ Wait this doesn't make much sense and I'm getting confused with something
else anyway. Stack memory. It was about stack memory. I think. Haha!

Puff is generally slower than `flate.Reader` for common workloads, which is
unsurprising. You can see for yourself by running `./tools.sh benchcmp`. Here's