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Remove a storage inside OLE2 files...

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Hi !

I need an C/C++ source code (without use Win32 API)...
for remove a storage inside OLE2 files...

PS.:   I dont can use API, because I thing use this program in Linux and MS-DOS mode too...

Thank you
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by:ambience
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compound storage in MS-DOS and linux .... wow
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by:masvmasv
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Hi !

Exists a lib called LIBOLE2 for use with Linux...
but dont have function to remove a storage :-(
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I'd say that you need to open the file, and enumerate all of the Storage elements and write them all out except for the one that you want to delete.

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by:masvmasv
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Hi !

Yes... this have the same functionality ...
Do you have sample ?
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Sorry, I don't have a sample.  I suggest that you refer to the documentation of the Linux library that you have mentioned.

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