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semiono



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Location: section '.code' executable
semiono
Code:
 ; MyModule.exe
include '%fasm%\win32ax.inc'

section '.code' code readable executable
start:
        invoke SetCurrentDirectory,lpPathName

        invoke CopyFile,lpExistingFileName,\
        lpNewFileName,TRUE
        invoke ExitProcess,0

section '.data' data readable writeable

        lpPathName db '%SystemRoot%\Apps\HprSnap',0 ; < problem!

        lpExistingFileName db 'HprSnap6.h',0
        lpNewFileName db 'HprSnap6.hs6lic',0

data import

        library kernel32,'KERNEL32.DLL'
        import kernel32,ExitProcess,'ExitProcess',\
        CopyFile,'CopyFileA',\
        SetCurrentDirectory,'SetCurrentDirectoryA'

end data
    


How can I do create module then start him from relative path.
It's need for software that maybe installed into unknown dir
and not reason to recompile it every time.

example
@start C:\Apps\HprSnap\MyModule.exe
@start D:\Program Files\HprSnap\MyModule.exe
etc...

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Post 22 Apr 2009, 15:36
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revolution
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Maybe: GetCurrentDirectory - The GetCurrentDirectory function retrieves the current directory for the current process.
Post 22 Apr 2009, 15:46
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semiono



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Location: section '.code' executable
semiono
GetCurrentDirectory Function
lpBuffer [out]
...This null-terminated string specifies the absolute path to the current directory.

I don't need absolute! I need some like %1 or .\ not predefined path
(before I install it in different copy Windows or computers)
Maybe I don't understand this api some...

"..string specifies the" hm... It's returned for me?
Post 22 Apr 2009, 16:12
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semiono



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Location: section '.code' executable
semiono
Code:
...
section '.code' code readable executable
start:
        invoke GetCurrentDirectory,\
        nBufferLength,\
        lpBuffer

        invoke CopyFile,nBufferLength + lpExistingFileName,\
        nBufferLength + lpNewFileName,TRUE
        invoke ExitProcess,0

section '.data' data readable writeable

        nBufferLength dw 255
        lpBuffer db ?

        lpExistingFileName db '\HprSnap6.h',0
        lpNewFileName db '\HprSnap6.hs6lic',0    

My lame code...
Very Happy Not valid


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Post 22 Apr 2009, 16:30
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Do you want to convert %SystemRoot%? GetEnvironmentVariable?
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Yes! I not sure... but it's idea!
Post 22 Apr 2009, 16:32
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semiono



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semiono
Imsorry. How can to append a Returns from
LPTCH WINAPI GetEnvironmentStrings(void);
to lpExistingFileName, and lpNewFileName ?
Where is result gets for asm? Is it in [eax] ?

It's could has not asm supported -
$var = GetEnvironmentStrings(void);

Very Happy
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semiono wrote:
How can to append ...
lstrcat
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