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[SOLVED] _Crypt_EncryptFile & Destination folder

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Sorry guys for the inconvenience, but sometimes I get lost in the myriad functions of autoit, so I need a hand.

Hope a day i'll help someone :)

The part of the script i have difficulties:

$Folder = GUICtrlRead($InFileInput)
   If Not FileExists($Folder) Then
    MsgBox(16, "Error", "no dir")
    ContinueLoop
   EndIf

$password=GUICtrlRead($PasswordInput)
   If $password="" Then
    MsgBox(16,"Error","no pass")
    ContinueLoop
   EndIf

$Array_Files = _FileListToArray(GUICtrlRead($InFileInput))
   For $i = 1 To $Array_Files[0]
   $success = _Crypt_EncryptFile($Array_Files[$i], $Array_Files[$i] & ".crypt", $password, $algo)
   If $success Then
            ConsoleWrite("File " & $Array_Files[$i] & " is crypted" & $Array_Files[$i] & ".crypt" & @CRLF)
   Else
   ConsoleWrite("Error: " & @error & @CRLF)
   EndIf
   Next

The script work, i'll select a dir and make all file of that dir with encryption. The problem is destination, i want to set the same dir of $InFileInput but if i change the destination something goes wrong and i have only 1 file instead of multiple file.

Sorry for trouble, thanks for support

Edited by johnmcloud

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Look at your For...Next variables, the array of file names is in an array $Array_Files and your loop is looking at $a_files. Not sure, but that might be a typo.


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Look at your For...Next variables, the array of file names is in an array $Array_Files and your loop is looking at $a_files. Not sure, but that might be a typo.

Ops, It's a copy - paste error, my script has $Array_Files[0]. I have edited the first post.

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You're not specifying a folder name, just the file names and any folders in that folder. It is probably an error that it's not finding the folder where the files are located. You might want to try using this instead.

$success = _Crypt_EncryptFile(GUICtrlRead($InFileInput) & "" & $Array_Files[$i], GUICtrlRead($InFileInput) & "" & $Array_Files[$i] & ".crypt", $password, $algo)

I haven't tested it because you didn't post a working example script, and I haven't the time to make it work.


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

You're not specifying a folder name, just the file names and any folders in that folder. It is probably an error that it's not finding the folder where the files are located. You might want to try using this instead.

$success = _Crypt_EncryptFile(GUICtrlRead($InFileInput) & "" & $Array_Files[$i], GUICtrlRead($InFileInput) & "" & $Array_Files[$i] & ".crypt", $password, $algo)

I haven't tested it because you didn't post a working example script, and I haven't the time to make it work.

I'm not posting the GUI becouse is not ready, i have only a botton and a inputbox, next time i'll post everithing :)

Your script work fine, my error was:

$success = _Crypt_EncryptFile($Array_Files[$i], GUICtrlRead($InFileInput) & $Array_Files[$i] & ".crypt", $Password, $Algo)

I don't have make the "" and the GUICtrlRead($InFileInput) for the origin, but it work also without it:

$success = _Crypt_EncryptFile($Array_Files[$i], GUICtrlRead($InFileInput) & "" & $Array_Files[$i] & ".crypt", $Password, $Algo)

Thanks BrewManNH, you saved many hour of time, i'll never thought to "" ;)

Edited by johnmcloud

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