"Decompile" Windows RR application
bnz2 at cdc.gov
Wed Aug 3 12:18:14 CDT 2005
Does the compiled program run any separate rev stacks?
If so, you could replace that stack with a stack that contains a script
that clones the stack that is contained within the executable file.
Or maybe... Don't know if this would work, but just maybe...
You could create a stack that clones the stack contained within the exe
file... and save that stack with some unused extension, like '.qzq'
Then, set the file association in windows so that all .qzq files are run
with your executable file.
Then double click on the .qzq file to run it.
This would force the .exe file to startup, and open your .qzq stack at
the same time.
If your .qzq stack has an openstack handler like this:
Clone stack "myStack"...
Save stack "myClonedStack"
I never use clone stack, so I don't know the precise wording on using it
- but I bet this approach could work!
From: use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com
[mailto:use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com] On Behalf Of Bill
Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2005 1:08 PM
To: How to use Revolution
Subject: Re: "Decompile" Windows RR application
If you didn't encrypt it or remove the source code then you should be
able to get it back. More difficult if you did those things.
On Aug 3, 2005, at 9:29 AM, Ton Kuypers wrote:
> Hi gang,
> I've had a disk-crash a couple of months ago and lost almost all
> files on that disk.
> Among the lost files is also the RR source of a program I've
> created. The only thing I have is the windows exe file.
> Is there a way to "decompile" this back to a working RR project (or
> even just parts of it) or do I just start all over again?
> Ton Kuypers
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