On Mon, Oct 06, 2008 at 02:04:35PM +0000, daniel jeem wrote:Why ?
> > listswf <file> | grep UrlString
> > Note that latest release of Ming contained a typo,
> > so you'd grep UrlSring
> I want to use gnash to extract links not Ming
Anyway, run gnash with -v and grep SECURITY ...
I can not understand what you said, the things are really ambiguous for me
When I run: gnash -v /home/home.swf grep getURL
that is what I show:
15:38:03 SECURITY: Checking security of URL 'file:///home/user7/Bureau/Flash-gnash/home.swf'
20215:3064198848] 15:38:03 SECURITY: Load of file /home/user7/Bureau/Flash-gnash/home.swf granted (under local sandbox /home/user7/Bureau/Flash-gnash/)
20215:3059223440] 15:38:03 UNIMPLEMENTED: Different stream/playback sound rate (5512/11025). This seems common in SWF files, so we'll warn only once.
20215:3059223440] 15:38:03 UNIMPLEMENTED: Different stream/playback sample size (32/16). This seems common in SWF files, so we'll warn only once.
20215:3059223440] 15:38:04 UNIMPLEMENTED: DEFINEBUTTON2 'menu' flag
20215:3059223440] 15:38:04 UNIMPLEMENTED: syncNoMultiple flag in StartSoundTag
You may have an old ming.
> When I enter in gnash and tape this command :listswf /home/home.swf | grep
> I don't show any think
Why ming? I use gnash
Offsets in the SWF file.
> and if I try to do anything just for test for example
> listswf /home/home.swf | grep aa
> I show :
> Offset: 43607 (0xaa57)
> Offset: 43650 (0xaa82)
> Offset: 55974 (0xdaa6)
> Offset: 981677 (0xefaad)
> Offset: 989859 (0xf1aa3)
> what is these offset?