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Hi,

How to scan folders and subfolders for .ini files and not for .exe?

Whit the files the program found i wat to encrypt them.

Someone an example?


I little problem, hard to find and fix

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Hi,

How to scan folders and subfolders for .ini files and not for .exe?

Whit the files the program found i wat to encrypt them.

Someone an example?

Keep in your original subject on the matter... look up _FileListToArrayEx(), after getting the array returned, you'll use common sense to loop through them with whatever encryption method you've come up with.

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Keep in your original subject on the matter... look up _FileListToArrayEx(), after getting the array returned, you'll use common sense to loop through them with whatever encryption method you've come up with.

hm... that's not working for me.... is CommonSense() in the beta?

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hm... that's not working for me.... is CommonSense() in the beta?

The damn AutoIt code tags kill the slash ... switched to code tags... (guess common sense wouldn't have helped much there :whistle: ) I forgot I left them alone so that the Mods or Jon could see the autoit code tags were messing up. Report

I switched to code tags on them, so you should be fine now if you run it.

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...st&p=246431 ?


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Well, the functions that found from this link is cool, but why use @ComSpec when you can use only the AutoIt way? :whistle:

Function that retrievs structure of all subfolders of certain dir (by amel27):

Func _DirListToArray ($sPath)
    Local $i, $j, $rlist[1]=[0], $blist, $alist=_FileListToArray ($sPath, '*', 2)
    If IsArray ($alist) Then
        For $i=1 To $alist [0]
            _ArrayAdd ($rlist, $sPath & "\" & $alist [$i])
            $blist = _DirListToArray ($sPath & "\" & $alist [$i])
            If $blist[0]>0 Then
                For $j=1 To $blist [0]
                    _ArrayAdd ($rlist, $blist [$j])
                Next
            EndIf
        Next
    EndIf
    $rlist [0] = UBound ($rlist) - 1
    Return $rlist
EndFunc

It requierd include Array.au3 and File.au3, but if someone realy like to, he can play with it a little to get it work without using those includes.


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Well, the functions that found from this link is cool, but why use @ComSpec when you can use only the AutoIt way? :whistle:

Well, I use the best tool option for the job... You ask why? If you time it, you'll see it's 100 x's faster... that's the reason I did it to begin with.

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Hi,

I have found the option _FileListToArray and it is working,

The only problem is that the .exe file into that directory not will be scaned because idon't want to encrypt it...

I was thingking to put the .exe into another directory but then i need to scip a directory whit a name like programfolder

How to do that?

Hope you understand what i mean.


I little problem, hard to find and fix

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