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  1. LAST VERSION - 1.0 22-Mar-12 I think many of you would like to combine any data of your project, for example skin images, into a single file (package), and as necessary extract them from it. Moreover, it would be better to avoid creating temporary files on the disk. Yes, of course, you can use a resources of the executable file or native FileInstall() function, but in the first case you can not add data after compilation the script, the second case leads inevitably to write data to disk that is not good. Alternatively, you can use, for example, .zip archives, but here again you are limited to
  2. Hi, I have worked on a project for a friend and it needed to retreive some data in UDP packets, it was a challenge because I didn't know anything about that packets, and after few days of work I have managed to do what I wanted. The hardest part was to set a very strict filter for the cpu usage and for the script optimisation, so here is one : ;use filters with _PcapStartCapture ;retreive only tcp packets containing AABBCCDD, at the start of 8 and with a length of 4; like the StringMid func. tcp[8:4] == 0xAABBCCDD ;8th byte from the beginning of the tcp DATA, 4bytes length; always include th
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