WinCopies.IconExtractor 1.0.3-rc

IconExtractor/IconUtil Library for .NET

This is a prerelease version of WinCopies.IconExtractor.
Install-Package WinCopies.IconExtractor -Version 1.0.3-rc
dotnet add package WinCopies.IconExtractor --version 1.0.3-rc
<PackageReference Include="WinCopies.IconExtractor" Version="1.0.3-rc" />
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paket add WinCopies.IconExtractor --version 1.0.3-rc
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#r "nuget: WinCopies.IconExtractor, 1.0.3-rc"
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IconExtractor

Icon Extractor Library for .NET

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/26824/Extract-icons-from-EXE-or-DLL-files

For release notes, see https://wincopies.com/fwd.php?id=13

Extract all the variations of an icon from .DLL/.EXE, including the ones ExtractIconEx() can't extract.

Usage

First, add a reference to IconExtractor.dll to your .NET project. Then...

using System;
using System.Drawing;
using TsudaKageyu;

// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Usage of IconExtractor class:

// Construct an IconExtractor object with a file.

IconExtractor ie = new IconExtractor(@"D:\sample.exe");

// Get the full name of the associated file.

string fileName = ie.FileName;

// Get the count of icons in the associated file.

int iconCount = ie.Count;

// Extract icons individually.

Icon icon0 = ie.GetIcon(0);
Icon icon1 = ie.GetIcon(1);

// Save icons individually.

using (var fs = File.OpenWrite(@"D:\sample0.ico"))
{
    ie.Save(0, fs);
}

// Extract all the icons in one go.

Icon[] allIcons = ie.GetAllIcons();

// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Usage of IconUtil class:

// Split the variations of icon0 into separate icon objects.

Icon[] splitIcons = IconUtil.SplitIcon(icon0);

// Convert an icon into bitmap. Unlike Icon.ToBitmap() it preserves the transparency.

Bitmap bitmap = IconUtil.ToBitmap(splitIcon[1]);

// Get the bit count of an icon.

int bitCount = IconUtil.GetBitCount(splitIcon[2]);

IconExtractor

Icon Extractor Library for .NET

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/26824/Extract-icons-from-EXE-or-DLL-files

For release notes, see https://wincopies.com/fwd.php?id=13

Extract all the variations of an icon from .DLL/.EXE, including the ones ExtractIconEx() can't extract.

Usage

First, add a reference to IconExtractor.dll to your .NET project. Then...

using System;
using System.Drawing;
using TsudaKageyu;

// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Usage of IconExtractor class:

// Construct an IconExtractor object with a file.

IconExtractor ie = new IconExtractor(@"D:\sample.exe");

// Get the full name of the associated file.

string fileName = ie.FileName;

// Get the count of icons in the associated file.

int iconCount = ie.Count;

// Extract icons individually.

Icon icon0 = ie.GetIcon(0);
Icon icon1 = ie.GetIcon(1);

// Save icons individually.

using (var fs = File.OpenWrite(@"D:\sample0.ico"))
{
    ie.Save(0, fs);
}

// Extract all the icons in one go.

Icon[] allIcons = ie.GetAllIcons();

// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Usage of IconUtil class:

// Split the variations of icon0 into separate icon objects.

Icon[] splitIcons = IconUtil.SplitIcon(icon0);

// Convert an icon into bitmap. Unlike Icon.ToBitmap() it preserves the transparency.

Bitmap bitmap = IconUtil.ToBitmap(splitIcon[1]);

// Get the bit count of an icon.

int bitCount = IconUtil.GetBitCount(splitIcon[2]);

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1.0.3-rc 210 5/6/2020