New release - Version 2.0.5.1 released

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Post by Oleg Tsheglov »

What's new in v.2.0.5.1?

1. Added Command-line Decompiler
2. New Feature: you can include additional files to exe file
3. Improved detection of TEMP variable
4. Integration with Windows Explorer - context menu
5. Fixed problem with long file names
6. Added ability to change editor's font
7. New Feature: set file name for output .exe same as original .bat
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Post by thickfreakness »

I have a question about #2

here is the batch file

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copy models.big modelstc.big
fifafs -ar modelstc.big *.fsh
del *.fsh
ren modelstc.big modelstc.tc5
I included fifafs.exe (just a 80k file) in the build, but when I run the compiled file I get a file can not be found error

Am I miss understanding what including the file does
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Post by Oleg Tsheglov »

Please check availability of models.big file
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Post by ScriptKiddy »

My question is in regard to feature #2. "New Feature: you can include additional files to exe file"

How do I use this? Example, I want to include a jt.exe file in compiled test.exe file, how can I run the test.exe file and have it copy the jt.exe file to the c:\windows\system32\?

Second question: Is it possible to include a second batch file in the compiled exe and be able to access it without having to copy it to an external source?

Another thing that just came to my mind. I have been unable to get the version section to work. It still shows 0.0.0.0 in the version even though I have entered 0.0.0.1 prior to compiling.



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Post by Oleg Tsheglov »

File jt.exe will be decompressed to same folder as test.exe
and you can copy it to system folder.
Yes, you can add any batch files to compiled exe and call it during execution.
All decompressed files will be deleted after execution.

I know about problems with version info. We fix this asap.
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Post by darcmarc »

Edit: Post removed.
Reason: If i would read a little bit, I would have realized my question was already awnsered.

Thanks for the wonderful app. Too bad I can't purchase the full version, as I am too young, but still, thanks!

Hey, and just so you know, QBFC Doesn't work in Longhorn build 5048. I tried :p



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Post by Oleg Tsheglov »

Thank you darcmarc!
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Post by jigglypuff »

had a problem with the included file..... here is what i tried:

made a bat "sendit.bat":

ftp -v -i -s:sendit.txt <ip here>
exit

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made "sendit.txt":

login
password
hash
binary
mput *.*
quit
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the set of files work great with my ftp server, however i cannot make it work if i include the sendit.txt as an included file..... the bat is unable to call for it... any idea why?
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Post by Oleg Tsheglov »

Please send me small part of your batch script that call sendit.txt to support@abyssmedia.com
Possible you have a problema with path to this file?
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Post by darcmarc »

Guest wrote:had a problem with the included file..... here is what i tried:

made a bat "sendit.bat":

ftp -v -i -s:sendit.txt <ip here>
exit

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made "sendit.txt":

login
password
hash
binary
mput *.*
quit
-------------------
the set of files work great with my ftp server, however i cannot make it work if i include the sendit.txt as an included file..... the bat is unable to call for it... any idea why?
try having the batch file itself creating sendit.txt:

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@echo off
cls
&#58;begin
&#58;&#58;create sendit.txt using echo and redirected output&#58;
echo login > sendit.txt
echo password >> sendit.txt
echo hash >> sendit.txt
echo binary >> sendit.txt
echo mput *.* >> sendit.txt
echo quit >> sendit.txt
&#58;ftp
cls
ftp -v -i -s&#58;sendit.txt <ip here>
&#58;cleanup
del sendit.txt
&#58;eof
cls
Try that, see if it works for you.
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