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December 05, 2007
setting IE options
I'm looking for some guidance on how to Internet Explorer options using functionality available in D. I am trying to make the following work but cannot since I don't have a copy of wininet.lib:

import std.c.windows.windows;
extern(Windows){
alias HANDLE HINTERNET;
	
struct INTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION {
	DWORD dwOption;
	//union Value {    DWORD dwValue;    LPTSTR pszValue;    FILETIME ftValue;  } ; // Does not work
	union {    DWORD dwValue;    LPTSTR pszValue;    FILETIME ftValue;  } ; // hopefully that does the trick
}
alias INTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION* LPINTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION;

struct INTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION_LIST {
	DWORD dwSize;
	LPTSTR pszConnection;
	DWORD dwOptionCount;
	DWORD dwOptionError;
	LPINTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION pOptions;
}
alias INTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION_LIST* LPINTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION_LIST;

enum {
	INTERNET_PER_CONN_PROXY_SERVER = 2,
	INTERNET_OPTION_PER_CONNECTION_OPTION = 75
}

bool InternetSetOption(
	HINTERNET hInternet,
	DWORD dwOption,
	LPVOID lpBuffer,
	DWORD dwBufferLength
);
}

int main(char[][] args) 
{ 
INTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION_LIST    List;
INTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION         Option[1];
ulong                            nSize = INTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION_LIST.sizeof;

Option[0].dwOption = INTERNET_PER_CONN_PROXY_SERVER;
//Option[0].Value.pszValue = "http://myproxy:8080";
Option[0].pszValue = "http://myproxy:8080"; // Is that even legal?


List.dwSize = INTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION_LIST.sizeof;
List.pszConnection = null;
List.dwOptionCount = 1;
List.dwOptionError = 0;
List.pOptions = &Option[0];

if(!InternetSetOption(null, INTERNET_OPTION_PER_CONNECTION_OPTION, &List, nSize))
  printf("InternetQueryOption failed! (%d)\n", GetLastError()); 

return 0; 

}

Thanks,
Andrew
December 05, 2007
Re: setting IE options
Tyro[a.c.edwards] Wrote:

> I'm looking for some guidance on how to Internet Explorer options using functionality available in D. I am trying to make the following work but cannot since I don't have a copy of wininet.lib:

I located wininet.dll and build from it a .lib file using implib. However when attempting to compile the program the following error occurs:

Error 42: Symbol Undefined _InternetSetOption
--- errorlevel 1

Is there something I am missing?
Any advice is appreciated.

> import std.c.windows.windows;
> extern(Windows){
> alias HANDLE HINTERNET;
> 	
> struct INTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION {
> 	DWORD dwOption;
> 	//union Value {    DWORD dwValue;    LPTSTR pszValue;    FILETIME ftValue;  } ; // Does not work
> 	union {    DWORD dwValue;    LPTSTR pszValue;    FILETIME ftValue;  } ; // hopefully that does the trick
> }
> alias INTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION* LPINTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION;
> 
> struct INTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION_LIST {
> 	DWORD dwSize;
> 	LPTSTR pszConnection;
> 	DWORD dwOptionCount;
> 	DWORD dwOptionError;
> 	LPINTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION pOptions;
> }
> alias INTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION_LIST* LPINTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION_LIST;
> 
> enum {
> 	INTERNET_PER_CONN_PROXY_SERVER = 2,
> 	INTERNET_OPTION_PER_CONNECTION_OPTION = 75
> }
> 
> bool InternetSetOption(
> 	HINTERNET hInternet,
> 	DWORD dwOption,
> 	LPVOID lpBuffer,
> 	DWORD dwBufferLength
> );
> }
> 
> int main(char[][] args) 
> { 
> INTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION_LIST    List;
> INTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION         Option[1];
> ulong                            nSize = INTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION_LIST.sizeof;
> 
> Option[0].dwOption = INTERNET_PER_CONN_PROXY_SERVER;
> //Option[0].Value.pszValue = "http://myproxy:8080";
> Option[0].pszValue = "http://myproxy:8080"; // Is that even legal?
> 
> 
> List.dwSize = INTERNET_PER_CONN_OPTION_LIST.sizeof;
> List.pszConnection = null;
> List.dwOptionCount = 1;
> List.dwOptionError = 0;
> List.pOptions = &Option[0];
> 
> if(!InternetSetOption(null, INTERNET_OPTION_PER_CONNECTION_OPTION, &List, nSize))
>    printf("InternetQueryOption failed! (%d)\n", GetLastError()); 
> 
> return 0; 
> 
> }
> 
> Thanks,
> Andrew
December 05, 2007
Re: setting IE options
Tyro[a.c.edwards] wrote:
> Tyro[a.c.edwards] Wrote:
> 
>> I'm looking for some guidance on how to Internet Explorer options using functionality available in D. I am trying to make the following work but cannot since I don't have a copy of wininet.lib:
> 
> I located wininet.dll and build from it a .lib file using implib. However when attempting to compile the program the following error occurs:
> 
>  Error 42: Symbol Undefined _InternetSetOption
> --- errorlevel 1
> 
> Is there something I am missing?
> Any advice is appreciated.

You need to use the /system flag with implib.

f:\usr\pkg\d>implib /h
Digital Mars Import Library Manager Version 7.6B1n
Copyright (C) Digital Mars 2000.  All Rights Reserved.
Usage:
        IMPLIB [switches] implibname.lib [ file.dll | file.def ]
switches:
        /?      Print this message
        /b      Batch
        /h      Print this message
        /i      Ignore case of symbols
        /noi    Be case sensitive. Mark library as case sensitive
        /nowep  Ignore WEP
        /p:number       Set page size to number (a power of 2)
        /system         Prepend '_' to exported internal names (NT 
system DLL)


---bb
December 06, 2007
Re: setting IE options
Bill Baxter Wrote:

> Tyro[a.c.edwards] wrote:
> > Tyro[a.c.edwards] Wrote:
> > 
> >> I'm looking for some guidance on how to Internet Explorer options using functionality available in D. I am trying to make the following work but cannot since I don't have a copy of wininet.lib:
> > 
> > I located wininet.dll and build from it a .lib file using implib. However when attempting to compile the program the following error occurs:
> > 
> >  Error 42: Symbol Undefined _InternetSetOption
> > --- errorlevel 1
> > 
> > Is there something I am missing?
> > Any advice is appreciated.
> 
> You need to use the /system flag with implib.
> 
> f:\usr\pkg\d>implib /h
> Digital Mars Import Library Manager Version 7.6B1n
> Copyright (C) Digital Mars 2000.  All Rights Reserved.
> Usage:
>          IMPLIB [switches] implibname.lib [ file.dll | file.def ]
> switches:
>          /?      Print this message
>          /b      Batch
>          /h      Print this message
>          /i      Ignore case of symbols
>          /noi    Be case sensitive. Mark library as case sensitive
>          /nowep  Ignore WEP
>          /p:number       Set page size to number (a power of 2)
>          /system         Prepend '_' to exported internal names (NT 
> system DLL)
> 
> 
> ---bb


Thanks, I have tried both /i, /noi, /system, combinations, and now switch. However, no attempt thus far has produced the desired result.
December 06, 2007
Re: setting IE options
Tyro[a.c.edwards] wrote:
> Bill Baxter Wrote:
> 
>> Tyro[a.c.edwards] wrote:
>>> Tyro[a.c.edwards] Wrote:
>>>
>>>> I'm looking for some guidance on how to Internet Explorer options using functionality available in D. I am trying to make the following work but cannot since I don't have a copy of wininet.lib:
>>> I located wininet.dll and build from it a .lib file using implib. However when attempting to compile the program the following error occurs:
>>>
>>>  Error 42: Symbol Undefined _InternetSetOption
>>> --- errorlevel 1
>>>
>>> Is there something I am missing?
>>> Any advice is appreciated.
>> You need to use the /system flag with implib.
>>
>> f:\usr\pkg\d>implib /h
>> Digital Mars Import Library Manager Version 7.6B1n
>> Copyright (C) Digital Mars 2000.  All Rights Reserved.
>> Usage:
>>          IMPLIB [switches] implibname.lib [ file.dll | file.def ]
>> switches:
>>          /?      Print this message
>>          /b      Batch
>>          /h      Print this message
>>          /i      Ignore case of symbols
>>          /noi    Be case sensitive. Mark library as case sensitive
>>          /nowep  Ignore WEP
>>          /p:number       Set page size to number (a power of 2)
>>          /system         Prepend '_' to exported internal names (NT 
>> system DLL)
>>
>>
>> ---bb
> 
> 
> Thanks, I have tried both /i, /noi, /system, combinations, and now switch. However, no attempt thus far has produced the desired result.

Ah, ok.  Check dependency walker or dumbpin /exports.

There is no InternetSetOption function.  Only these:

InternetSetOptionA
InternetSetOptionExA
InternetSetOptionExW
InternetSetOptionW


You need to choose either the A or W version depending on what text 
encoding you're using.

--bb
December 06, 2007
Re: setting IE options
Bill Baxter Wrote:

> Tyro[a.c.edwards] wrote:
> > Bill Baxter Wrote:
> > 
> >> Tyro[a.c.edwards] wrote:
> >>> Tyro[a.c.edwards] Wrote:
> >>>
> >>>> I'm looking for some guidance on how to Internet Explorer options using functionality available in D. I am trying to make the following work but cannot since I don't have a copy of wininet.lib:
> >>> I located wininet.dll and build from it a .lib file using implib. However when attempting to compile the program the following error occurs:
> >>>
> >>>  Error 42: Symbol Undefined _InternetSetOption
> >>> --- errorlevel 1
> >>>
> >>> Is there something I am missing?
> >>> Any advice is appreciated.
> >> You need to use the /system flag with implib.
> >>
> >> f:\usr\pkg\d>implib /h
> >> Digital Mars Import Library Manager Version 7.6B1n
> >> Copyright (C) Digital Mars 2000.  All Rights Reserved.
> >> Usage:
> >>          IMPLIB [switches] implibname.lib [ file.dll | file.def ]
> >> switches:
> >>          /?      Print this message
> >>          /b      Batch
> >>          /h      Print this message
> >>          /i      Ignore case of symbols
> >>          /noi    Be case sensitive. Mark library as case sensitive
> >>          /nowep  Ignore WEP
> >>          /p:number       Set page size to number (a power of 2)
> >>          /system         Prepend '_' to exported internal names (NT 
> >> system DLL)
> >>
> >>
> >> ---bb
> > 
> > 
> > Thanks, I have tried both /i, /noi, /system, combinations, and now switch. However, no attempt thus far has produced the desired result.
> 
> Ah, ok.  Check dependency walker or dumbpin /exports.
> 
> There is no InternetSetOption function.  Only these:
> 
> InternetSetOptionA
> InternetSetOptionExA
> InternetSetOptionExW
> InternetSetOptionW
> 
> 
> You need to choose either the A or W version depending on what text 
> encoding you're using.
> 
> --bb

Unfortunately, that doesn't work either. I've used both options and gotten the same result. Again thanks for the assistance.
December 06, 2007
Re: setting IE options
Tyro[a.c.edwards] wrote:
> Bill Baxter Wrote:
> 
>> Tyro[a.c.edwards] wrote:
>>> Bill Baxter Wrote:
>>>
>>>> Tyro[a.c.edwards] wrote:
>>>>> Tyro[a.c.edwards] Wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> I'm looking for some guidance on how to Internet Explorer options using functionality available in D. I am trying to make the following work but cannot since I don't have a copy of wininet.lib:
>>>>> I located wininet.dll and build from it a .lib file using implib. However when attempting to compile the program the following error occurs:
>>>>>
>>>>>  Error 42: Symbol Undefined _InternetSetOption
>>>>> --- errorlevel 1
>>>>>
>>>>> Is there something I am missing?
>>>>> Any advice is appreciated.
>>>> You need to use the /system flag with implib.
>>>>
>>>> f:\usr\pkg\d>implib /h
>>>> Digital Mars Import Library Manager Version 7.6B1n
>>>> Copyright (C) Digital Mars 2000.  All Rights Reserved.
>>>> Usage:
>>>>          IMPLIB [switches] implibname.lib [ file.dll | file.def ]
>>>> switches:
>>>>          /?      Print this message
>>>>          /b      Batch
>>>>          /h      Print this message
>>>>          /i      Ignore case of symbols
>>>>          /noi    Be case sensitive. Mark library as case sensitive
>>>>          /nowep  Ignore WEP
>>>>          /p:number       Set page size to number (a power of 2)
>>>>          /system         Prepend '_' to exported internal names (NT 
>>>> system DLL)
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> ---bb
>>>
>>> Thanks, I have tried both /i, /noi, /system, combinations, and now switch. However, no attempt thus far has produced the desired result.
>> Ah, ok.  Check dependency walker or dumbpin /exports.
>>
>> There is no InternetSetOption function.  Only these:
>>
>> InternetSetOptionA
>> InternetSetOptionExA
>> InternetSetOptionExW
>> InternetSetOptionW
>>
>>
>> You need to choose either the A or W version depending on what text 
>> encoding you're using.
>>
>> --bb
> 
> Unfortunately, that doesn't work either. I've used both options and gotten the same result. Again thanks for the assistance.

Did you use extern(Windows) or extern(System) when you declared the 
prototype for D to call?

--bb
December 06, 2007
Re: setting IE options
Bill Baxter Wrote:

> Tyro[a.c.edwards] wrote:
> > Bill Baxter Wrote:
> > 
> >> Tyro[a.c.edwards] wrote:
> >>> Bill Baxter Wrote:
> >>>
> >>>> Tyro[a.c.edwards] wrote:
> >>>>> Tyro[a.c.edwards] Wrote:
> >>>>>
> >>>>>> I'm looking for some guidance on how to Internet Explorer options using functionality available in D. I am trying to make the following work but cannot since I don't have a copy of wininet.lib:
> >>>>> I located wininet.dll and build from it a .lib file using implib. However when attempting to compile the program the following error occurs:
> >>>>>
> >>>>>  Error 42: Symbol Undefined _InternetSetOption
> >>>>> --- errorlevel 1
> >>>>>
> >>>>> Is there something I am missing?
> >>>>> Any advice is appreciated.
> >>>> You need to use the /system flag with implib.
> >>>>
> >>>> f:\usr\pkg\d>implib /h
> >>>> Digital Mars Import Library Manager Version 7.6B1n
> >>>> Copyright (C) Digital Mars 2000.  All Rights Reserved.
> >>>> Usage:
> >>>>          IMPLIB [switches] implibname.lib [ file.dll | file.def ]
> >>>> switches:
> >>>>          /?      Print this message
> >>>>          /b      Batch
> >>>>          /h      Print this message
> >>>>          /i      Ignore case of symbols
> >>>>          /noi    Be case sensitive. Mark library as case sensitive
> >>>>          /nowep  Ignore WEP
> >>>>          /p:number       Set page size to number (a power of 2)
> >>>>          /system         Prepend '_' to exported internal names (NT 
> >>>> system DLL)
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> ---bb
> >>>
> >>> Thanks, I have tried both /i, /noi, /system, combinations, and now switch. However, no attempt thus far has produced the desired result.
> >> Ah, ok.  Check dependency walker or dumbpin /exports.
> >>
> >> There is no InternetSetOption function.  Only these:
> >>
> >> InternetSetOptionA
> >> InternetSetOptionExA
> >> InternetSetOptionExW
> >> InternetSetOptionW
> >>
> >>
> >> You need to choose either the A or W version depending on what text 
> >> encoding you're using.
> >>
> >> --bb
> > 
> > Unfortunately, that doesn't work either. I've used both options and gotten the same result. Again thanks for the assistance.
> 
> Did you use extern(Windows) or extern(System) when you declared the 
> prototype for D to call?
> 
> --bb

Initially I used extern(Windows) but I just tried extern(System) and got the same result.
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