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UNLZEXE converts the compressed file by LZEXE (Versions 0.90, 0.91) to the decompressed executable one. C source included.
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UNLZEXE converts the compressed file by LZEXE (Versions 0.90, 0.91) to the decompressed executable one. C source included.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
UNLZEXE.C 11328 3088 deflated
UNLZEXE.DOC 3190 1257 deflated
UNLZEXE.EXE 9724 6372 deflated

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Contents of the UNLZEXE.DOC file


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UNLZEXE.EXE Ver.0.5

written by Mitugu(Kou) Kurizono , 05/17/90

UTJ44266 SIG "Global Village" in PC-VAN (Japan)

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UNLZEXE converts the executable file which is compressed by Fabrice
Bellard's LZEXE (ver.0.90,0.91) to decompressed executable one.

In the present version, a bug in the routine which expands the
relocation table compressed by LZEXE ver. 0.90 was fixed.
^^^^^

USAGE:

There are three modes of operation.

1. The most convenient and easy way to use UNLZEXE is,

A>UNLZEXE filename[.EXE]

where filename is the name of the EXE file to be decompressed. The extension
".EXE" is implied by default. UNLZEXE uses a temporally file "$TMPFIL$.EXE",
and makes a "new" decompressed "filename.exe". The old compressed file is
renamed to "filename.OLZ".

2. If you want a DIFFERENT file name for the decompressed one, type as
follows,

A>UNLZEXE packedfile[.EXE]] unpackedfile[.EXE]

where packedfile is the name of the compressed file by LZEXE and
unpackedfile is the name of the decompressed file. The extensions ".EXE"
are NOT required (default). The "packedfile.EXE" remains, and the
"unpackedfile.EXE" is created.


3. If the SAME NAME for the "packedfile[.EXE]" and the "unpackedfile[.EXE]
is used,

A>UNLZEXE samename[.EXE] samename[.EXE]

UNLZEXE writes out decommpressed "$TMPFIL$.EXE", then the old "samename.exe"
is DELETED, and finally "$TMPFIL$.EXE is renamed to "samename.exe".


Notice: The UNpacked file is executable and its load module is the same
====== as the original one, but the header and the relocation table of
the UNpacked executable file may be different from those of the
original executable file.
Please use UNLZEXE to study the function of LZEXE itself or
when you need to decompress the executable file that is originally
provided as decompressed form by LZEXE.

UNLZEXE is distributed as PUBLIC DOMAIN.

BUG reports and comments to the author are welcome.

Since the author does not have an ID of CompuServe, please contact
Tamio TSUKAMOTO(ID:76663,226), or Masazumi TAKADA(ID:70007,2767) who is
the SigOP of the SIG "Global Village" in the Japanese computer network
"PC-VAN".


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Files in this package:
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UNLZEXE EXE 9724 90-05-17 1:00
UNLZEXE C 11328 90-05-17 0:55
UNLZEXE DOC 3190 90-05-18 9:58
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History:

90/03/28 Ver. 0.2 An error of calculation for maxaloc was corrected.
90/04/17 Ver. 0.3 File name specification was improved.
90/05/12 Ver. 0.4 The 'super decompression ' problem was fixed.
90/05/18 Ver. 0.5 An error of expanding the relocation table
compressed by LZEXE ver. 0.90 was fixed.
^^^^^



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