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    Re: Ini++ Object Thread

    It's pretty secure (although probably not FBI-proof). The biggest problem comes however if the key is stored in plain sight somewhere. I think that defining it in the property pane will mean it is stored in plain text in the EXE (or at best compressed text).

    So the way around it is either to always ask the user to choose keys, or to come up with the key in another way (perhaps take the users name, reverse it and hash it and use that as a key or something).

    I'm glad you've had no problems DizzyDoo and you are enjoying it byo.

    Remember to post suggestions!

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    Re: Ini++ Object Thread

    Good idea. And there is nothing stupider than storing the key in a string object, or a global value. Those things can be edited with no trouble.

    I'm not sure I have any suggestions, I guess there is only so much you can do with an INI extension. :P
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    Re: Ini++ Object Thread

    Hello ,
    I'd like to know if ini+ is vitalized ?
    Also, thanks a lot for this extension !!
    Eric

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    Re: Ini++ Object Thread

    Its not there is a list in the Vitalize forum.

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    Re: Ini++ Object Thread

    Sorry, not yet. It seems Yves is very busy with things that people probably want more (HWA and Java)

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    Re: Ini++ Object Thread

    This is another nice extension!

    Thanx Jax and all participants.

    I use the 'plain old' ini extension all the time, but ini++ is really cool! I can tell I will be using this A LOT

    Lots of features, well planned, and just plain slick

    I also want to mention that I really appreciate installers & well documented example files


    thanks
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    Re: Ini++ Object Thread

    Hi Jax,
    To begin... I compliment with you for the extension ini++.
    It is very very powerful!!

    To make even more interesting use of the extension, I would have suggestions to offer:
    For merging, have the opportunity to:
    Merging between all groups within an ini++,

    And as now for merging:
    Intersection - between one group and another, return a group
    Intersection - between a group and all other, return a list of groups
    Difference - between one group and another, return a group
    Difference - between a group and all other, return a list of groups name
    subset of - between one group and another, return TRUE or FALSE
    subset of - between a group and all other, return a list of groups name

    In short, insert the set operations within ini++.
    :crazy:

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    Re: Ini++ Object Thread

    Hi,

    Sure. I can add most of those. I wonder if "Subset of" would really be generally helpful though?

    I wonder if it wouldn't be best for you if I converted my set extension sometime?

    - Jack

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    Re: Ini++ Object Thread

    Hi,
    In a situation in which various characteristics of users fall within certain parameters, it might be useful, for code simplified, for example:

    [validate-users]
    root=1234.3456.7890
    usr=2345.6789.1234
    usr1=8888.6789.1234
    ... and so on

    [wrong-users]
    attempt=9999.9999.9999

    [new-users]
    root=1234.3456.7890
    usr=2345.6789.1234
    ... and so on

    and test the condition in pseudo-code:
    if [new-users] subset of [validate-users] then: ...

    ...One confrontation instead many
    :crazy:

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    Re: Ini++ Object Thread

    The old SET extension is less potentially powerful respect to the new INI++, because in INI++ extension individual members of groups may also have values.
    You are doing a great job
    But also have the SET extension functioning, it could also be interesting, because lighter and easy to use.
    INI++ could become the most powerful basic structure of data in MMF2.
    In my opinion, the right name for the INI++ extension would SuperSET.

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