You may consider using itertools izip!() (macro) or multizip (function), both are interfaces to the same thing. However, using libstd .zip() has the benefit of using its zip specializations that improve performance and code generation for zip when slice iterators are involved.
We provided some free and open source classes to read a .zip archive bundled (or not) to an exe. You can therefore append any .zip archive to your exe, then extract any picture inside this .zip with one class.
and provide paramstr(0) - i.e. your exe - as aFileName and ZipStartOffset as a minimal original exe size: it will search for the beginning of the .zip file from this offset. Leave Size parameter as 0: it will get the size from the file size itself.
1. use copy /b original.exe+pictures.zip newembedded.exe 2. use the TZipWrite class provided, and its AddFromZip() method to create your exe from Delphi code: you can even compress and append your images on the fly, with no temporary pictures.zip file.
The .zip file you sent to me is in an unsupported format.The local fileInfo block has zcrc32=0 zzipSize=0 zfullZize=0.This is clearly stated by the specifications as a possibility, if the bit 3 of the fileInfo \"flags\" is set.A \"data descriptor\" block has to be recognized and read instead of the local fileInfo block.
1. Could you provide a code snippet on how to accomplish: use the TZipWrite class provided, and its AddFromZip() method to create your exe from Delphi code: you can even compress and append your images on the fly, with no temporary pictures.zip file. Just looking to append a zip file to an exe and extract it.
This works well most of the time, until someone has an automated processingpipeline that renames things. For this reason, as of version v0.3.2 of MultiQC,the file search patterns are loaded as part of the main config. This means thatthey can be overwritten in /multiqc_config.yaml or/.multiqc_config.yaml. So if you always rename your _fastqc.zip files to_qccheck.zip, MultiQC can still work.
You can even create complicated things like HashMap using .collect(), so it is very powerful. Here is an example of how to put two vecs into a HashMap. First we make the two vectors, and then we will use .into_iter() on them to get an iterator of values. Then we use the .zip() method. This method takes two iterators and attaches them together, like a zipper. Finally, we use .collect() to make the HashMap.
Firmware Version 1.1.2 incorporates the following fix:Corrects a phenomenon in which when using the camera with the EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM or EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS II USM lens, even if lens aberration correction is set to \"\"Enable\"\", correction will not be applied.Firmware Version 1.1.2 is for cameras with firmware up to Version 1.1.1. If the camera's firmware is already Version 1.1.2, it is not necessary to update the firmware.When updating the firmware of the camera, please review the instructions thoroughly before you download the firmware.Q&A:Preparations for a firmware update:After the downloaded compressed file (.zip file) is extracted, a firmware folder is created.*Extracting the downloaded file: Right-click the zip file, and then select Extract All to extract the file. The extracted folder contains the firmware (File name: 60D00112.FIR, File size: 11,601,212 bytes) and instructions on the firmware update procedures (a PDF file in five languages: Japanese, English, French, Spanish, and Simplified Chinese). Before starting the firmware update operations, please confirm the contents of the download, and carefully read through the firmware update procedures. (The following is the history of past firmware updates)Q: Are the improvements from previous firmware versions included in Firmware Version 1.1.2A: Yes, the following improvements from the previous version are included:(Previous) Version 1.1.1 improvements:1. Fixes a phenomenon where the camera's serial number that is displayed in the shooting information of the image does not display the correct serial number. *1)2. Corrects errors in the Greek, Italian, and Portuguese menu screens.*1) If the camera's serial number is 2147483648 or higher and the camera firmware is Version 1.1.0 or earlier, the images captured with the camera will be affected by the phenomenon listed in 1. above.This phenomenon only affects the EOS 60D, and does not affect the EOS 60Da. Both of these cameras are equipped with the same firmware. To obtain the serial number correctly in the shooting information of images that are already captured using the old firmware, we are preparing updates for Digital Photo Professional and ZoomBrowser EX / ImageBrowser applications.Once the software updates are ready, we will make an announcement on our Web site. (Previous) Version 1.1.0 improvements:1. Fixes a phenomenon where the wireless built-in flash settings are reset to defaults when the battery is removed from the camera. 2. Fixes an intermittent phenomenon where image-rotation information is not recognized correctly when shooting with the camera in the vertical position depending on the timing of the shutter release. (Previous) Version 1.0.9 improvements:1. Changes the name of the feature called \"\"Art Filters\"\" to \"\"Creative Filters\"\" (which is used in markets other than Japan) in the Japanese version to make the terms consistent. (This change only applies to the Japanese version and does not apply to other language versions.)2. Fixes a phenomenon where the camera may operate abnormally when it is set to Quick Mode AF during Live View shooting immediately after capturing an image with the C.Fn II-1 Long exposure noise reduction setting set to [2: On] and a shutter speed setting of 5 seconds or more. 3. Fixes a phenomenon where the camera may operate abnormally when after Live View shooting, the remote switch on the EOS Utility screen is pressed to immediately start movie-shooting. This phenomenon only occurs when the camera is connected to a compatible personal computer and the Remote Live View function of EOS Utility software is being used.(Previous) Version 1.0.8 improvements:1. Fixes a phenomenon where captured images may become overexposed when using the camera's built-in flash or an external Speedlite in combination with the lenses listed below.a) EF300/4 L IS USMb) EF28-135/3.5-5.6 IS USMc) EF75-300/4-5.6 IS USMd) EF100-400/4.5-5.6 L IS USM
If you're able to use your Surface or you have another Windows 11 PC, visit our Download a recovery image for your Surface page. From there, select your Surface and download a recovery image .zip file for the device you selected.
If you're able to use your Surface or you have another Windows 10 device, visit our Download a recovery image for your Surface page. From there, select your Surface and download a recovery image .zip file for the device you selected. 59ce067264