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Can someone make a UDF for SevenZipSharp

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I just found this when I was googleing on http://sevenzipsharp.codeplex.com/ can someone make a UDF because I don't have experience with dll call. I need to use the 64 bit version of sevenzipsharp for my setup studio program to extract files.

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

I just found this when I was googleing on http://sevenzipsharp.codeplex.com/ can someone make a UDF

Perhaps that person is you? :graduated:

because I don't have experience with dll call. I need to use the 64 bit version of sevenzipsharp for my setup studio program to extract files.

Sounds like a great time to get experience with dll call.

Good luck!

edit: never mind, per what John said

Edited by Fubarable

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Perhaps that person is you? :graduated:

Sounds like a great time to get experience with dll call.

Good luck!

edit: never mind, per what John said

I would but I trying to finish the bits of features that I need to add to Setup Studio.

Edited by Antop

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Dont think Autoit can use C# dll, might be mistaken though.

I think that it can be done, just like C# can be called form C/C++, but there needs to be a COM wrapper, written in C/C++.

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I think that it can be done, just like C# can be called form C/C++, but there needs to be a COM wrapper, written in C/C++.

Can't we dll call it just like the 7-zip32.dll.

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Can't we dll call it just like the 7-zip32.dll.

No, .Net dll's are not true dll's in the Windows sense. They were unfortunately given the same extension name though.

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Also, my experience in this forum has been that most posts that state: "can someone make xxx for me. I'm too busy to learn how to do it", end up getting flamed as it implies that the OP thinks his time is more valuable than ours. If you want help, at least show some effort.

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