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By oskiller ·
I need something which will allow me to either decompile or unmake an exe we have created. We created the exe, but have lost the source code. Unfortunately the person who compiled the source code did not compile the code from the regular working directory, and the directory in which the production code was, was not backed up and deleted. I've already tried the Dodi decompiler, but it only works on VB versions 1-3. I also tried to hex edit it, but the code area I need to look at is not readable ASCII text once it is compiled.

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by TimTheToolMan In reply to VB5 Decompiler

Hi,

When you say you have "no way of contacting him" does that mean you dont even have his name?

That really depends on whether he's moved out of your area.... It would be worth making a few phone calls to contracting houses in your area.

As you've no doubt figured out by now, this is going to be your best bet...

Cheers,
Tim.

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by oskiller In reply to VB5 Decompiler

He's long gone from the area and nobody wanted to keep in touch with him anyway apparently.

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by maxwell edison In reply to VB5 Decompiler

See the following link for:

EXE/DLL/OCX/OCA/TLB Type-library decompiler

Compatibility:VB 5.0, VB 6.0

"This program will decompile/read and interpret ANY type library. A type library is a library in some DLL's, EXE's and all OCX,OCA and TLB files. It contains information like function, parameters, descriptions, events, subroutines, properties, GUID ext."


http://www.planet-source-code.com/vb/scripts/ShowCode.asp?txtCodeId=13892&lngWId=1


>>> REMOVE SPACES from the pasted URL <<<

Hope it works for you,

Maxwell

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by oskiller In reply to VB5 Decompiler

This, in combination with some of the other things, should hopefully help us find those lines we are missing somehow.

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