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extraction with Cabinet.dll

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Hi,

I am trying to extract the files from .cab archives. I found the APIs to extact the files with cabinet.dll.

I tried to create the functions as they describe but i am unable to find the reason; why autoit crashes when i call the 1st function..

here is my attempt code: i tried this code at WIN7 32Bit.

#include 
#include 
Global $hCabDll = DllOpen("Cabinet.dll")
Global $hFDI
Global $ERF ; "int erfOper;int erfType;boolean fError"; create this structure b4 FDI Create
Global $hCabFile ; use this for IO opreations
Global $FNF_MEM_ALLOC, $mem[1000], $mi = 0 ; just for testing
Global Enum $fdintCABINET_INFO, _   ; General information about cabinet
        $fdintPARTIAL_FILE, _           ; First file in cabinet is continuation
        $fdintCOPY_FILE, _              ; File to be copied
        $fdintCLOSE_FILE_INFO, _        ; close the file, set relevant info
        $fdintNEXT_CABINET, _           ; File continued to next cabinet
        $fdintENUMERATE ; Enumeration status
Global Const $FDIERROR_NONE = 0x00;No error.
Global Const $FDIERROR_CABINET_NOT_FOUND = 0x01;The cabinet file was not found.
Global Const $FDIERROR_NOT_A_CABINET = 0x02;The cabinet file does not have the correct format.
Global Const $FDIERROR_UNKNOWN_CABINET_VERSION = 0x03 ;The cabinet file has an unknown version number.
Global Const $FDIERROR_CORRUPT_CABINE = 0x04;The cabinet file is corrupt.
Global Const $FDIERROR_ALLOC_FAIL = 0x05;Insufficient memory.
Global Const $FDIERROR_BAD_COMPR_TYPE = 0x06;Unknown compression type used in the cabinet folder.
Global Const $FDIERROR_MDI_FAIL = 0x07;Failure decompressing data from the cabinet file.
Global Const $FDIERROR_TARGET_FILE = 0x08;Failure writing to the target file.
Global Const $FDIERROR_RESERVE_MISMATCH = 0x09;The cabinets within a set do not have the same RESERVE sizes.
Global Const $FDIERROR_WRONG_CABINET = 0x0A;The cabinet returned by fdintNEXT_CABINET is incorrect.
Global Const $FDIERROR_USER_ABORT = 0x0B ;FDI abort

Global $CBK_Alloc = DllCallbackRegister("FNALLOC", "ptr", "ulong")
Global $CBK_Free = DllCallbackRegister("FNFREE", "none", "hwnd")
Global $CBK_Open = DllCallbackRegister("FNOPEN", "hwnd", "str;int;int"); not sure abt str :/
Global $CBK_Read = DllCallbackRegister("FNREAD", "int", "hwnd;ptr;uint")
Global $CBK_Write = DllCallbackRegister("FNWRITE", "int", "hwnd;ptr;uint")
Global $CBK_Close = DllCallbackRegister("FNCLOSE", "int", "hwnd;")
Global $CBK_Sneek = DllCallbackRegister("FNSEEK", "int", "hwnd;long;int")
ConsoleWrite("Callback: "&$CBK_Alloc & @CRLF)
ConsoleWrite("Callback: "&$CBK_Free & @CRLF)
ConsoleWrite("Callback: "&$CBK_Open & @CRLF)
ConsoleWrite("Callback: "&$CBK_Read & @CRLF)
ConsoleWrite("Callback: "&$CBK_Write & @CRLF)
ConsoleWrite("Callback: "&$CBK_Close & @CRLF)
ConsoleWrite("Callback: "&$CBK_Sneek & @CRLF)
FDI_CREATE()
ConsoleWrite(@error & @CRLF)
While 1
    Sleep(100)
WEnd

Func FDI_CREATE()
    $ERF = DllStructCreate("int erfOper;int erfType;boolean fError")
;~   __in   PFNALLOC pfnalloc,
;~   __in   PFNFREE pfnfree,
;~   __in   PFNOPEN pfnopen,
;~   __in   PFNREAD pfnread,
;~   __in   PFNWRITE pfnwrite,
;~   __in   PFNCLOSE pfnclose,
;~   __in   PFNSEEK pfnseek,
;~   __in   int cpuType,
;~   __inout  PERF perf
    $hFDI = DllCall($hCabDll, "HWND", "FDICreate", _
            "ptr", DllCallbackGetPtr($CBK_Alloc), _
            "ptr", DllCallbackGetPtr($CBK_Free), _
            "ptr", DllCallbackGetPtr($CBK_Open), _
            "ptr", DllCallbackGetPtr($CBK_Read), _
            "ptr", DllCallbackGetPtr($CBK_Write), _
            "ptr", DllCallbackGetPtr($CBK_Close), _
            "ptr", DllCallbackGetPtr($CBK_Sneek), _
            "int", -1, _ ;cpuUNKNOWN = -1,FDI should determine the CPU type.
            "ptr", DllStructGetPtr($ERF))
    If @error Then
        Return SetError(1)
    ElseIf Not $hFDI[0] Then
        Return SetError(2)
    EndIf
    $hFDI = $hFDI[0]
    Return $hFDI ;<- You weren't returning the handle
EndFunc   ;==>FDI_CREATE
;~ void FNALLOC(
;~  ULONG cb ;The number of bytes to allocate.
;~ );
Func FNALLOC($cb)
    Local $pSpace = _MemVirtualAlloc(0, $cb, $MEM_COMMIT, $PAGE_READWRITE)
    ConsoleWrite("!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!FNALLOC " & $cb & "    " & $pSpace & @CRLF)
    Return $pSpace
EndFunc   ;==>FNALLOC
;~ void FNFREE(
;~   [in, optional]  void HUGE *pv
;~ );
Func FNFREE($pMEM)
    ConsoleWrite("!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!FNFREE " & $pMEM & @CRLF)
    #forceref $pMEM
    _MemVirtualFree($pMEM, 0, $MEM_RELEASE)
EndFunc   ;==>FNFREE
;~ void FNOPEN(
;~   [in]  LPSTR pszFile,
;~      int oflag,
;~      int pmode
;~ );
Func FNOPEN($pszFile, $oflag, $pmode)
    ConsoleWrite("FOpen" & @CRLF)
    Local $Access, $Creation
    If BitAND($oflag, 02) Then          ; O_RDWR 02
        $Access = 6 ; read & write
    ElseIf BitAND($oflag, 01) = 01 Then ;O_WRONLY 01
        $Access = 4 ; write
    Else                                ;O_RDONLY         00
        $Access = 2 ; read
    EndIf
    If BitAND($oflag, 0100) = 0100 Then ;O_CREAT 0100
        $Creation = 1                   ; CREATE_ALWAYS
    Else
        $Creation = 2                   ; OPEN_EXISTING
    EndIf
    $res = _WinAPI_CreateFile($pszFile, $Creation, $Access, 2, 1)
    If $res = 0 Then
        Return -1
    Else
        Return $res
    EndIf
EndFunc   ;==>FNOPEN

;~ void FNREAD(
;~   [in]   INT_PTR hf, ; hwnd of file
;~   [out]  void FAR *pv[bcount(cb)], ;Pointer to the buffer that receives the data read from a file.
;~          UINT cb;The maximum number of bytes to be read.
;~ );
Func FNREAD($hf, $pv, $cb)
;~  #forceref $hf,$pv
    ConsoleWrite("FRead : " & $cb & @CRLF)
    Local $iRead
    $res = _WinAPI_ReadFile($hf, $pv, $cb, $iRead)
    If $res Then
        ConsoleWrite("Done! " & @CRLF)
        Return $iRead
    Else
        ConsoleWrite("!Read Fail." & @CRLF)
        Return -1
    EndIf
EndFunc   ;==>FNREAD
;~ void FNWRITE(
;~   [in]  INT_PTR hf, ; hwnd of file
;~   [in]  void FAR *pv[bcount(cb)], Pointer to the buffer containing the data to be written.
;~      UINT cb ;The maximum number of bytes to be written.
;~ )
Func FNWRITE($hf, $pv, $cb);
;~  #forceref $hf,$pv
    ConsoleWrite("FWrite" & @CRLF)
    Local $iWrite
    $res = _WinAPI_WriteFile($hf, $pv, $cb, $iWrite)
    If $res Then
        ConsoleWrite("Done! " & @CRLF)
        Return $iWrite
    Else
        ConsoleWrite("!Write Fail." & @CRLF)
        Return -1
    EndIf

EndFunc   ;==>FNWRITE

;~ void FNSEEK(
;~   [in]  INT_PTR hf,
;~      long dist,
;~      int seektype
;~ );
Func FNSEEK($hf, $dist, $seektype)
    ConsoleWrite("FSneek" & @CRLF)
    Local $res = _WinAPI_SetFilePointer($hf, $dist, $seektype)
    Return $res
EndFunc   ;==>FNSEEK

;~ void FNCLOSE(
;~   [in]  INT_PTR hf
;~ );
Func FNCLOSE($hf)
;~  #forceref $hf
    ConsoleWrite("FClose" & @CRLF)
    $res = _WinAPI_CloseHandle($hf)
    If $res Then
        Return 0
    Else
        Return -1
    EndIf
EndFunc   ;==>FNCLOSE

;~  void FNFDINOTIFY(
;~  FDINOTIFICATIONTYPE fdint,
;~  PFDINOTIFICATION pfdin
;~ );
Func fdiCallBack($fdint, $pfdin)
;~ typedef struct _FDINOTIFICATION {
;~   LONG   cb;
;~   char FAR *psz1; Null-Terminated String (Points to a 256 character buffer)
;~   char FAR *psz2;
;~   char FAR *psz3;
;~   void FAR *pv;
;~   INT_PTR  hf;
;~   USHORT   date;
;~   USHORT   time;
;~   USHORT   attribs;
;~   USHORT   setID;
;~   USHORT   iCabinet;
;~   USHORT   iFolder;
;~   FDIERROR fdie;
;~ } FDINOTIFICATION, *PFDINOTIFICATION;
    Local $FDINOTIFICATION = DllStructCreate("long cb;ptr psz1;ptr psz2;ptr psz3;ptr pv;ptr hf;ushort date;ushort time;ushort attribs;ushort setID;ushort iCabinet;ushort iFolder;int fdie", $pfdin)
    Switch $fdint
        Case $fdintCABINET_INFO ;General information about cabinet
        Case $fdintPARTIAL_FILE ; First file in cabinet is continuation
        Case $fdintCOPY_FILE ; File to be copied
        Case $fdintCLOSE_FILE_INFO ; close the file, set relevant info
        Case $fdintNEXT_CABINET ; File continued to next cabinet
        Case $fdintENUMERATE ; Enumeration status
    EndSwitch
EndFunc   ;==>fdiCallBack

here is ref link from MSDN : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb432271(v=vs.85).aspx

Thanks in Advance.

Edited by Digisoul

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Bump!! Any one?


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Have you tried it using the to do what you want? I don't know if it will work on a cab file but it's worth a shot.


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@Digisoul, change calling conventions for the call and callbacks to cdecl.


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@Digisoul, change calling conventions for the call and callbacks to cdecl.

Thanks again! Posted Image

You saved my project.


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