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baitang36

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Package any file into LSP program
« on: January 03, 2021, 08:54:33 PM »
To package any file into LSP program, many experts have done it with LSP, and many viruses have done it, which is not a new technology.
I did it in assembly language in my spare time. The advantage is that it is very fast. It takes less than two seconds to package a 6M file. This program is probably the world's fastest binary file package into LSP tool.
If the file is too large, CAD will die. I don't know why. I hope you can give me some advice.
Test 6M file no problem.
I've packaged it as LSP, and the usage is to load it to generate d:\BIN2 lsp.exe
Compile written procedures, anti-virus software will be false positives, please choose trust to ensure non-toxic.
The functions in the program are written by Mai the author of mini toolbox. Thank you here.

d2010

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Re: Package any file into LSP program
« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2021, 11:50:33 PM »
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To package any file into LSP program, many experts have done it with LSP, and many viruses have done it, which is not a new technology.

You can store, the 7zip.exe inside AccesData-Base (*.mdb) , external files a
bin2lsp.exe.lsp read bin2lsp.mdb, in same homepath with bin2lsp.exe.lsp
This solution (bin2lsp.mdb) is more realistic (for windows7-programmer).
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baitang36

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Re: Package any file into LSP program
« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2021, 02:50:59 AM »
:oops:
To package any file into LSP program, many experts have done it with LSP, and many viruses have done it, which is not a new technology.

You can store, the 7zip.exe inside AccesData-Base (*.mdb) , external files a
bin2lsp.exe.lsp read bin2lsp.mdb, in same homepath with bin2lsp.exe.lsp
This solution (bin2lsp.mdb) is more realistic (for windows7-programmer).
 :oops:
Feel very advanced technology, can you give an example?