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(383k zip) The
code for this GdiPlusLib was originally modified from the Microsoft
GdiPlus C++ headers by Mike Caetano in 2003 - the original overall
structure was maintained by Mike, meaning only header files were used
which contained all the code as well as declarations, defines etc. Mike
also used LCC-Win32's overloading extension to mimic the C++
overloading of function names. However the task was never completed.
zip) LibCTiny enables one to create very small DLL's and EXE's. Add
these two lines at the top of your code where DllMain(), main() or
TMalloc version 2.0 (14th July 2003) - it checks for not free-ed malloc
blocks, bad pointers passed to free and has been extended to check for
out-of-bounds copying when using various string functions.
The tmalloc library is intended as a check whilst developing.
malloc calloc realloc free strcpy strcat strncat strncpy memcpy memmove wcscpy wcscat wcsncpy wcsncat wcstombs sprintf snprintf
Bug fix (5th November 2005) tsnprintf did not calculate the offset correctly.
Error-X is an enhanced error reporting mechanism for Pelles-C. This
project may not be portable as it uses Pelles-C specific extensions for
structured exception handling.
Test app and library included in TestDiv_MAPM_WS.zip. Timovjl supplied
the test app and the library files which are included in the zip. Some
docs have been added.
Link to MAPM bignum library
|(461k) Various Libs
Author L. D. Blake
FILE RENAMING MACROS
These macros operate on the filename. If path or drive information is present the result is
undefined and could result in data loss. A Filename is in 2 parts. A Name and an Extension.
The Extension begins with the last dot in the filename. The Extension is never edited.
Editing pointers are maintained for the Old name and New name. Macros operate left to right as
encountered using the current pointers for the New and Old names.
Transformations operate on the old name in-place and do not advance the editing pointers.
Editing pointers are advanced as the old name is copied to the new name by the various
Free text in the wildcard is copied to the new filename and the New name pointer is updated.
Transformations: (Old name)
*A Remove all whitespace
*B Burst Pretty Path
*C Convert to ALL CAPITALS
*D Spaces to dashes
*L Convert to lower case
*M Punctuation marks to spaces
*P Convert to PrettyPath
*S Convert to Sentence case
*T Convert to Title Case
*U Spaces to underscores
*W Remove excess whitespace
Editing: (New name)
?A Insert user account name
?Cc Copy to character
?D Insert today's date as YYYY-MM-DD
?E Copy the extension
?F Copy rest of filename
?H Insert Host computer name
?I Copy next character
?J Jump over next word
?L Copy next character as lower case
?N Copy rest of filename, add extension
?O Omit next character
?Sc Skip to character
?T Insert current time as HH-MM-SS
?U Copy next character as upper case
?W Copy next word
Author: L.D. Blake
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