How do I create my own plug in for FileLocator Pro

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I have some files that are encoded in different code pages, e.g. EBCDIC. Is it possible to create an extension for FileLocator Pro so that files with a given extension can be translated into text that FileLocator Pro understands?

asked Oct 2, 2015 by dave (53,670 points)

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Yes you can create your own plug-ins to 'interpret' files for FileLocator Pro, using the same plu-in functionality that FileLocator Pro uses to read certain file types.

A sample plug-in called SamplePlugIn.TailDataInterpreter can be found in this sample C++ Visual Studio project:
http://download.mythicsoft.com/flp/sdk/SamplePlugIn.zip

The plug-in reads the 'tail' of any file associated with the plug-in, which in this case has been associated with the .log file type.

The ReadMe.txt file contains more information about the project.

answered Oct 2, 2015 by dave (53,670 points)
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