Can you please give me a summary of the coding of .mpx files. I am trying to decode them to do some processing on the links cntained in some of them and I have noticed that there are characters with ascii codes of between 0 and 32 (mainly below about 17) which seem to represent details of the levels that files exist at within the address. ie www.google.co.uk/main.htm is broken up into a bit descibing the download directory (C:\download) and a bit describing www.google.co.uk and a bit descriubing main.htm. For more complicated links it seems to get quite convoluted and I cannot work out what combinations of characters mean what. Do you have a decoding description for these files that you could let me have?
Would this work for you?
> I think, it is better for you to use OLE Automation to read map files. You can use the following methods:
> Would this work for you?
> Best regards,
> Oleg Chernavin
> MP Staff
I am sorry, but I am not an expert in C/C++. Offline Explorer Enterprise comes with two examples - Visual Basic and Delphi (with source codes). Maybe you could look at them and create a simple Visual Basic application for your needs?
Another way is to ask this forum visitors to help - maybe someone could create a VC++ example of how to use Offline Explorer Enterprise. I would include it in the installation file.
Alternatively, is there a program that can do a .mpx to .map file conversion, as the format of .map file used by OE pro could give me what I want.
Click the Open button to find a file and convert it to .map automatically. You can also specify filenames in the command-line. Add /close or /exit parameter to quit the program after processing all files.