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  • A much needed light weight utility for torrent files.

  • Works pretty well, except for one minor issue. On Windows, it will fail if a sufficiently large file name is encountered. So I decided to fix it. I compiled with MSVC, if that matters. Add the following code after the includes: #if defined(WIN32) #include <io.h> #include <Windows.h> #define strcasecmp _stricmp const wchar_t* MSFILENAMESPACE = {L"\\\\?\\"}; const wchar_t* WIDEREADBINARY = {L"rb"}; FILE* my_fopen(char* filePath, char* ignored) { // Windows hack FILE* fp = NULL; int fpsize, wchars_num, nameSpaceLen; wchar_t *fpstr = NULL, *wstr = NULL; nameSpaceLen = wcslen(MSFILENAMESPACE); wchars_num = MultiByteToWideChar(CP_UTF8, 0, filePath, -1, NULL, 0 ); wstr = malloc(sizeof(wchar_t) * wchars_num); if(wstr) { MultiByteToWideChar(CP_UTF8, 0, filePath, -1, wstr, wchars_num); fpsize = GetFullPathNameW(wstr,0,NULL,NULL) + nameSpaceLen; fpstr = malloc(sizeof(wchar_t) * fpsize); if(fpstr) { wcscpy (fpstr, MSFILENAMESPACE); GetFullPathNameW(wstr,fpsize-nameSpaceLen,fpstr+nameSpaceLen,NULL); fp = _wfopen(fpstr, WIDEREADBINARY); free(fpstr); } free(wstr); } return fp; } #else FILE* my_fopen(char* filePath, char* mode) { return fopen(filePath, mode); } #endif /* Def WIN32 */ int beStepOver(BYTE* benstr,int benstrLen,int benstrOffset); You can also throw in "#define _CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS" at the beginning if the warnings annoy you. Then just change all the instances of fopen() to my_fopen().