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Re: .zsav

From: Harry Thijssen
Subject: Re: .zsav
Date: Sat, 26 Oct 2013 18:33:49 +0200

Hi all

I think there must be a way to find out which registry items changes in MSWindows when installing. This might give us a clue about the mime-type and tell me if I should change the registry behaviour of PSPP4Windows.

BTW I just build a new PSPP package which includes zsav in the GUI

Have fun

2013/10/26 Bastián Díaz <address@hidden>

I have tried both options and really did not get results related to SPSS handles mime types.
I'll try again later in a more methodical, maybe I missed something.

Bastián Díaz

De: John Darrington <address@hidden>
Para: Basti?n D?az <address@hidden>
CC: John Darrington <address@hidden>; Ben Pfaff <address@hidden>; Harry Thijssen <address@hidden>; "address@hidden" <address@hidden>
Enviado: Sábado, 26 de octubre, 2013 5:27:09
Asunto: Re: .zsav
If you have a GNU/Linux version of SPSS, try the following:

strings <spss-binary> | grep x-spss

replacing the <spss-binary> with the path to the installed spss program.  You might also have to search any associated libraries
which spss installs.

Alternatively, if you have a windows system with spss installed, which you can mount from GNU/Linux
You could try doing the same on the windows .exe and/or .dll  - in this case, you might have to
experiment with the -e option to strings, since some windows programs encode everything in UTF16

Obviously you will need the strings program which is normally installed with the binutils package.


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