Help on how to get Product Version and File Version on exe file
Is there a way of getting the Product and File version of my
pb application during runtime? Is there a pb function I can
use or do I have to use an API function to do this?
Currently using PB 9.0.1 Build 7171
Regards and Thanks,
...Re: dll file in 2005 version
I want to convert only my code behind files in dlls. Then place the dlls in the bin folder.
I try to use the Vbc tool but it cannot find my .vb file
Can anyone suggest how it can be done?
My big thnks in advance
I'm a little confused about your scenario. Are you trying to upgrade a VS 2003 web application to VS 2005? Or do something else?
Scott...How i get the version info from any resource file (dll or exe)
How i get the version info from any resource file (dll or exe). The info is:
File Description, Product Version, Company Name, Internal Name, Original
Filename, Private Build, Special Build, Legal Copyright, Legal Trademarks,
Language, Comments and OS.
In article <u4Uo2mfk$GA.firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
> How i get the version info from any resource file (dll or exe). The info is:
> File Description, Product Version, Company Name, Internal Name, Original
> Filename, Private Build,...Get File Version from EXE File
how can i get the file version from a exe file. i need that information for a setup download website.
Use System.Diagnostics.FileVersionInfo.GetVersionInfo(path) to get the version info of a file.Hope this helps!Paul
yes, thanks a lot :)...Urgent: unable to get version information from powerbuilder 8 generated dll files
begin 644 getversioninfo.txt
M;...Urgent: unable to get version information from powerbuilder 8 generated dll files
Wins2K/PB8 Version 8.0.1 Build 9056
After I built machine codes (DLLs) for my application, my codes (in
attachment) could not get version information of those files. It
failed after calling VerQueryValueA API. By the way, my local
external functions are declared as followed:
FUNCTION ulong GetFileVersionInfoSizeA( REF string lpFilename, REF
ulong lpdwHandle ) LIBRARY "version.dll"
FUNCTION boolean GetFileVersionInfoA( REF string lpFilename, REF ulong
lpdwHandle, ulong dwLen, REF string lpData ) LIBRARY "version.dll"
FUNCTION boolean VerQueryValueA(...Re: Re: how to get file's creation time
Thanks for Schwartz and Jay.I have known something from your words.
On 28 Nov 2005 08:48:28 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (Randal L. Schwartz) wrote:
>>>>>> "Jay" == Jay Savage <email@example.com> writes:
> Jay> It depends on what you mean by "creation". stat() on POSIXish systems
> Jay> returns ctime, which is the inode creation time,
> Nope. Inode *change* time. Will update any time you write to the
> file, or change any metadata (owner, permissions, number of links
> [including renaming], other ti...How to get file version?
I read in a <filename> but I don't know how get the file version out of the file. It seems Perl stat() doesn't work this way. Anybody knows what Perl function or module will work?
Ha Le wrote:
> I read in a <filename> but I don't know how get the file version out of
> the file. It seems Perl stat() doesn't work this way. Anybody knows what
> Perl function or module will work?
what file version do you refer to?
Could you be more specific about what you mean by "version"? You mean
for an executable...Re: Encrypt a file, was Re: Encrpt a file
On Mon, 18 Apr 2005, Anish Kumar K wrote:
> Can [anyone] suggest a good algorithm for [encrypting] and
> [decrypting] files ..I donot want to use any perl module for that...
Check out the perl stuff on this site. I haven't actually used it yet,
though I've been meaning to look at it. But their Java stuff is really
Not sure why you don't want to use a module, but you could always pull out
the parts you need.
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may con...Getting file version
I want to get the version of a file
Here's what I have in the Global External Functions
Function long GetFileVersionInfoSize (string lptstrFilename, long
lpdwHandle) Library "version.dll" Alias for "GetFileVersionInfoSizeA"
and here's what I have in a button in an empty window
long ll_dummy = 0, ll_size = 0
string ls_file = "C:\MyFile.EXE"
ll_size = GetFileVersionInfoSize (ls_file, ll_dummy)
ll_size always = 0 no matter what.
When I try the same code in Microsoft Access, it works perfect...Re: How to get a file path string from nsI(Local)File to use with PR_Open or PR_LoadLibrary
Benjamin Smedberg wrote:
> On 7/27/09 1:00 PM, Honza Bambas wrote:
>> Benjamin Smedberg wrote:
>>> On 7/27/09 12:27 PM, Honza Bambas wrote:
>>>> Benjamin, thanks for your reply. We probably misunderstood each other.
>>>> What I was asking for was how to get from nsIFile a path that can be
>>>> passed to PL_LoadLibrary (and similar) functions. It means to how to
>>>> pass paths from nsFile instances to NSPR functions.
>>...RE: [wxperl-users] How to get a sizer's reference from an XRC file? (or... More XRC and getting object references from it)
I don't know if there is a way to get the reference to the sizer, but
maybe this work-around would help you. I don't add new items to the form
later on. I create all possibly items within the XRC file and hide all
the object I don't need initially ($ref->Show(0)). So you can use the
FindWindowByName function to get the reference to the hidden objects and
show them if needed ($ref->Show(1)). The advantage is that you don't
need to take care of the layout at your application.
Of course this isn't a good way if you need a lot of windows to
Don't turn your back on anything,
until you're sure you have nothing to learn from it.
...RE: Re: No such file
Thanks for the tips, however, I tried writing a new script using vi and still got the same result so I assume the problem is the kernel not being able to find the interpreter. The question is why and how to fix that. I know for sure perl is there since it works if I type perl formx.cgi. perl is definitely listed under /usr/bin
Karthik Krishnamurthy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>it seems that the OS is not able to find the file to run to execute this file
>for example when you start a script with
>the kernel execs /usr/bin/perl and gives the file n...