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QuickBMS 0.8.1
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Author:  aluigi [ Sat Sep 09, 2017 9:10 am ]
Post subject:  QuickBMS 0.8.1

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Changelog:
  • better Makefile compatible with MacOSX (thanks Misty De Meo)
  • Endian Set CURRENT_ENDIAN
  • PutVarChr VAR 0 &VAR Long for storing VAR or MEMORY_FILE address to use with external DLLs
  • fixed a bug in FindLoc
  • improved incremental_fread
  • new compression algorithms and updates
  • fixed bug with CallDLL and arbitrary offsets
  • CallDLL imagebase and address features
  • fixed small bug in RNC compression introduced in 0.8.0
  • some fixes in ntcompress and lz77wii
  • now all the lzrw* algorithms don't check the useless 32bit flag field
  • xmemcompress working on Linux too
  • -N option for using decimal sequential names like 0.dat instead of 00000000.dat
  • -e option to ignore compression errors (debug)
  • fixed rare bug with output filenames in append mode
  • fixed bug with custom lzss_compress EJ parameter
  • fixed yappy_compress
  • fixed bug with -9
  • added tga and uasset in sign_ext.c
  • improved compatibility with gcc 7
  • added json formatter in String
  • fixed an important bug in unicode strings introduced in 0.8.0
  • fixed NULL pointer in some VAR[i]
  • String X parameter for experimental parsing of XML and JSON strings
  • OpenSSL 1.1 compatibility

There are also binaries for Linux and MacOSX available.
Please note that the binaries for Linux have been compiled with -static to be sure (as much as possible) to work on any distro, the only downside is that it's not possible to use CallDLL with real shared libraries... after all that's a feature used only on Windows with third-parties dll, so nothing really missing here.
While the only negative thing of the MacOSX binaries is the lack of OpenSSL support which means missing aes, blowfish and some other (important) encryption algorithms.

As usual, if you spot a bug or have suggestions, feel free to post here:
viewtopic.php?f=13&t=556

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