dinardo at creasoftware
Jan 13, 2009, 8:16 AM
Post #1 of 2
thanks for your quick reply.
I've supposed which the libclamav.dll can't be used in VB6.
I will something only for single file scanning (all types includes), for
write a function which so about:
Result = scan(sFilePath)
Where the "scan" function don't use the ClamD daemon, but a more low level
process (like the libclamav.dll) and the "Result" variable return a String
with "pathFileName OK" or "pathFileName VIRUS.NAME".
A dll proxy can be interesting... Do you know an method clear and
transparent for this?
If do you know... please... send me the instructions...
A. Di Nardo
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Inviato: marted́ 13 gennaio 2009 16.20
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Oggetto: Re: [clamav-win32] libclamav.dll & VB6
Aniello Di Nardo wrote:
> I've created a little program in VB6 for file scanner using the ClamD
> daemon on 3310 port.
> My questions are:
> 1 - It's possible to use libclamav.dll in a VB6 App?
> 2 - If is possible, how to declare and use the libclamav.dll in a .bas
> 3 - There are a small samples code for this?
No. libclamav.dll uses __cdecl. VB can only call stdcall dlls. You would
need at least a proxying dll.
The datatypes would probably be hard to mimic. many structures. Although
perhaps the proxying dll
could allocate it. Which functions did you want to use?