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Final Update: Turns out I didn't need Binary writer. I could just copy memory streams from one archive to another.
I'm re-writing a PowerShell script which works with archives. I'm using two functions from here
and can successfully read and write files to the archive. I've posted the whole program just in case it makes things clearer for someone to help me.
However, there are three issues (besides the fact that I don't really know what I'm doing).
1.) Most files have this error on when trying to run
Add-ZipEntry -ZipFilePath ($OriginalArchivePath + $PartFileDirectoryName) -EntryPath $entry.FullName -Content $fileBytes}
Cannot convert value "507" to type "System.Byte". Error: "Value was either too large or too small for an unsigned byte." (replace 507 with whatever number from the byte array is there)
2.) When it reads a file and adds it to the zip archive (*.imscc) it adds a character "a" to the beginning of the file contents.
3.) The only file it doesn't error on are text files, when I really want it to handle any file
Thank you for any assistance!
Update: I've tried using System.IO.BinaryWriter, with the same errors....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-27 at 13:55
System.IO.StreamWriter is a text writer, and therefore not suitable for writing raw bytes.
Cannot convert value "507" to type "System.Byte" indicates that an inappropriate attempt was made to convert text - a .NET string composed of
[char] instances which are in effect
[uint16] code points (range
0xffff) - to
[byte] instances (
0xff). Therefore, any Unicode character whose code point is greater than
0xff) will cause this error.
The solution is to use a .NET API that allows writing raw bytes, namely
Let's say I have the following function which returns a filepath from the state, based on the filename (as input parameter) and if it doesn't exist returns an URL from a server....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-14 at 13:39
To persist function reference across rerender of component you can use useCallback, like this:
I am installing a nginx reverse proxy along with a few applications (netdata, filebrowser, etc) on a docker compose file.
my idea is from computers outside of my network to call an url like
http://netdata.myserver.com and point to netdata. At the moment it works when I do
http://myserver.com:19999/ (The end goal is to remove the ports for subdomains).
I have the next configuration in the
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-04 at 21:55
I think there may be a couple of problems here. First, if you expect to be host two name-based virtual hosts behind Nginx, you'll need two
server blocks (one for each). So your
default.conf file should probably look like this:
I am scraping the dates from different websites and it is in the format of
10-28-2021 . Right now, I'm storing it as a string.
In django models, I have created the field as:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-01 at 03:32
You can change input format of date in
settings.py like this:
I have a diy (poor man's) NAS and I can access the file-browser in my home-network by using the ip:
I could modify the
/etc/hosts in each of my devices to redirect
However, I want to find an alternative that does not involve modifying the
/etc/hosts of each device in my network. I do not want to set up a local dns server either as it will probably slow down the resolution of internet domains, I am using
220.127.116.11 to resolve domain names quicker.
One of those alternatives I found out, is by using nginx. I have purchased a domain name, let's call it
mydomain.com and I have an ipv6 VPS server. I have used cloudflare to redirect a url to my server ipv6 address and I have installed nginx to my VPS and I have created this config file:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-25 at 08:24
Remove the IPv6 addresses in the
listen directive and add
server_name directives instead:
I am beginner web developer. I make my first application in vue project.
I have this code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-24 at 20:05
You can make method:
I have a function as below. I tried to change the value of object reference to a new object by using
dir = Directory(path); but I got a compilation error as below. Any advice? Also is this a good way to do this?
Error C2280 'Directory &Directory::operator =(const Directory &)': attempting to reference a deleted function
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-08 at 12:05
You ask your copy-assignment operator to be implicitly defined:
I'm working with Django-admin panel. I have created a custom view file to add a file manager.
To make file uploading safe, I just added
permission_required decorator. But it throws an error
'FileBrowser' object has no attribute 'user'.
Here is my code....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-03 at 08:28
You can not decorate the method like that, since such decorator does not expect
self as first parameter. It thus sees
self as the
What you can do is work with a
@method_decorator decorator, like:
I'm trying to create a Windows form via Powershell and I need to capture the file path and store it in a variable. After the user clicks the 'Select' button and chooses the file, I would like to store the file path in a variable. Can someone please help me with this? The part of the code that shows the file path is the $selectButton.Add_Click() method....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 21:22
.ShowDialog() call, you can simply query the value of your
$pathTextBox text-box object.
I've been going on for hours trying for stuff that I think would work but couldn't get it right. Can you help me solve this?
I have here my file browser context wherein I want to pass the folderData and call it to another function....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-18 at 17:41
In order for components to use
useContext, they must be the descendent of a
Context.Provider. In your case, you're trying to use your
FileBrowserContext within your
FileBrowser component, but it's not a descendent of a
Context.Provider, so it receives the default value for
folderData (the empty string).
So, currently you have:
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