Python sys.dllhandle() Examples

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Example 1
Project: purelove   Author: hucmosin   File: regutil.py    (license) View Source Project 7 votes vote down vote up
def RegisterCoreDLL(coredllName = None):
	"""Registers the core DLL in the registry.

        If no params are passed, the name of the Python DLL used in 
        the current process is used and registered.
	"""
	if coredllName is None:
		coredllName = win32api.GetModuleFileName(sys.dllhandle)
		# must exist!
	else:
		try:
			os.stat(coredllName)
		except os.error:
			print "Warning: Registering non-existant core DLL %s" % coredllName

	hKey = win32api.RegCreateKey(GetRootKey() , BuildDefaultPythonKey())
	try:
		win32api.RegSetValue(hKey, "Dll", win32con.REG_SZ, coredllName)
	finally:
		win32api.RegCloseKey(hKey)
	# Lastly, setup the current version to point to me.
	win32api.RegSetValue(GetRootKey(), "Software\\Python\\PythonCore\\CurrentVersion", win32con.REG_SZ, sys.winver) 
Example 2
Project: PyMal   Author: cysinfo   File: console.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def install_readline(hook):
    '''Set up things for the interpreter to call our function like GNU readline.'''
    global readline_hook, readline_ref
    # save the hook so the wrapper can call it
    readline_hook = hook
    # get the address of PyOS_ReadlineFunctionPointer so we can update it
    PyOS_RFP = c_int.from_address(Console.GetProcAddress(sys.dllhandle,
                                                 "PyOS_ReadlineFunctionPointer"))
    # save a reference to the generated C-callable so it doesn't go away
    if sys.version < '2.3':
        readline_ref = HOOKFUNC22(hook_wrapper)
    else:
        readline_ref = HOOKFUNC23(hook_wrapper_23)
    # get the address of the function
    func_start = c_int.from_address(addressof(readline_ref)).value
    # write the function address into PyOS_ReadlineFunctionPointer
    PyOS_RFP.value = func_start 
Example 3
Project: isf   Author: w3h   File: console.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def install_readline(hook):
    '''Set up things for the interpreter to call 
    our function like GNU readline.'''
    global readline_hook, readline_ref
    # save the hook so the wrapper can call it
    readline_hook = hook
    # get the address of PyOS_ReadlineFunctionPointer so we can update it
    PyOS_RFP = c_void_p.from_address(Console.GetProcAddress(sys.dllhandle,
                           "PyOS_ReadlineFunctionPointer".encode('ascii')))
    # save a reference to the generated C-callable so it doesn't go away
    if sys.version < '2.3':
        readline_ref = HOOKFUNC22(hook_wrapper)
    else:
        readline_ref = HOOKFUNC23(hook_wrapper_23)
    # get the address of the function
    func_start = c_void_p.from_address(addressof(readline_ref)).value
    # write the function address into PyOS_ReadlineFunctionPointer
    PyOS_RFP.value = func_start 
Example 4
Project: remoteControlPPT   Author: htwenning   File: regutil.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def RegisterCoreDLL(coredllName = None):
	"""Registers the core DLL in the registry.

        If no params are passed, the name of the Python DLL used in 
        the current process is used and registered.
	"""
	if coredllName is None:
		coredllName = win32api.GetModuleFileName(sys.dllhandle)
		# must exist!
	else:
		try:
			os.stat(coredllName)
		except os.error:
			print "Warning: Registering non-existant core DLL %s" % coredllName

	hKey = win32api.RegCreateKey(GetRootKey() , BuildDefaultPythonKey())
	try:
		win32api.RegSetValue(hKey, "Dll", win32con.REG_SZ, coredllName)
	finally:
		win32api.RegCloseKey(hKey)
	# Lastly, setup the current version to point to me.
	win32api.RegSetValue(GetRootKey(), "Software\\Python\\PythonCore\\CurrentVersion", win32con.REG_SZ, sys.winver) 
Example 5
Project: CodeReader   Author: jasonrbr   File: regutil.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def RegisterCoreDLL(coredllName = None):
	"""Registers the core DLL in the registry.

        If no params are passed, the name of the Python DLL used in 
        the current process is used and registered.
	"""
	if coredllName is None:
		coredllName = win32api.GetModuleFileName(sys.dllhandle)
		# must exist!
	else:
		try:
			os.stat(coredllName)
		except os.error:
			print("Warning: Registering non-existant core DLL %s" % coredllName)

	hKey = win32api.RegCreateKey(GetRootKey() , BuildDefaultPythonKey())
	try:
		win32api.RegSetValue(hKey, "Dll", win32con.REG_SZ, coredllName)
	finally:
		win32api.RegCloseKey(hKey)
	# Lastly, setup the current version to point to me.
	win32api.RegSetValue(GetRootKey(), "Software\\Python\\PythonCore\\CurrentVersion", win32con.REG_SZ, sys.winver) 
Example 6
Project: shadowbroker-auto   Author: wrfly   File: console.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def install_readline(hook):
    '''Set up things for the interpreter to call our function like GNU readline.'''
    global readline_hook, readline_ref
    # save the hook so the wrapper can call it
    readline_hook = hook
    # get the address of PyOS_ReadlineFunctionPointer so we can update it
    PyOS_RFP = c_int.from_address(Console.GetProcAddress(sys.dllhandle,
                                                 "PyOS_ReadlineFunctionPointer"))
    # save a reference to the generated C-callable so it doesn't go away
    if sys.version < '2.3':
        readline_ref = HOOKFUNC22(hook_wrapper)
    else:
        readline_ref = HOOKFUNC23(hook_wrapper_23)
    # get the address of the function
    func_start = c_int.from_address(addressof(readline_ref)).value
    # write the function address into PyOS_ReadlineFunctionPointer
    PyOS_RFP.value = func_start 
Example 7
Project: themole   Author: tiankonguse   File: console.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def install_readline(hook):
    '''Set up things for the interpreter to call 
    our function like GNU readline.'''
    global readline_hook, readline_ref
    # save the hook so the wrapper can call it
    readline_hook = hook
    # get the address of PyOS_ReadlineFunctionPointer so we can update it
    PyOS_RFP = c_void_p.from_address(Console.GetProcAddress(sys.dllhandle,
                           "PyOS_ReadlineFunctionPointer".encode('ascii')))
    # save a reference to the generated C-callable so it doesn't go away
    if sys.version < '2.3':
        readline_ref = HOOKFUNC22(hook_wrapper)
    else:
        readline_ref = HOOKFUNC23(hook_wrapper_23)
    # get the address of the function
    func_start = c_void_p.from_address(addressof(readline_ref)).value
    # write the function address into PyOS_ReadlineFunctionPointer
    PyOS_RFP.value = func_start 
Example 8
Project: remoteControlPPT   Author: htwenning   File: handles.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def testOtherHandle(self):
        h=pywintypes.HANDLE(1)
        h2=pywintypes.HANDLE(h)
        self.failUnlessEqual(h, h2)
        # but the above doesn't really test everything - we want a way to
        # pass the handle directly into PyWinLong_AsVoidPtr.  One way to
        # to that is to abuse win32api.GetProcAddress() - the 2nd param
        # is passed to PyWinLong_AsVoidPtr() if its not a string.
        # passing a handle value of '1' should work - there is something
        # at that ordinal
        win32api.GetProcAddress(sys.dllhandle, h) 
Example 9
Project: CodeReader   Author: jasonrbr   File: handles.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def testOtherHandle(self):
        h=pywintypes.HANDLE(1)
        h2=pywintypes.HANDLE(h)
        self.failUnlessEqual(h, h2)
        # but the above doesn't really test everything - we want a way to
        # pass the handle directly into PyWinLong_AsVoidPtr.  One way to
        # to that is to abuse win32api.GetProcAddress() - the 2nd param
        # is passed to PyWinLong_AsVoidPtr() if its not a string.
        # passing a handle value of '1' should work - there is something
        # at that ordinal
        win32api.GetProcAddress(sys.dllhandle, h) 
Example 10
Project: OWASP-ZSC-API   Author: viraintel   File: console.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def install_readline(hook):
    '''Set up things for the interpreter to call 
    our function like GNU readline.'''
    global readline_hook, readline_ref
    # save the hook so the wrapper can call it
    readline_hook = hook
    # get the address of PyOS_ReadlineFunctionPointer so we can update it
    PyOS_RFP = c_void_p.from_address(Console.GetProcAddress(
        sys.dllhandle, "PyOS_ReadlineFunctionPointer".encode('ascii')))
    # save a reference to the generated C-callable so it doesn't go away
    readline_ref = HOOKFUNC23(hook_wrapper_23)
    # get the address of the function
    func_start = c_void_p.from_address(addressof(readline_ref)).value
    # write the function address into PyOS_ReadlineFunctionPointer
    PyOS_RFP.value = func_start