IniUtil 3.8.3 ✋

Made for Windows software developers, IniUtil represents a COM library that can be used to handle INI configuration files with ease. It facilitates a dual interface that gives you the possibility to read and write INI files from various languages supported by COM, such as VBScript, ASP, Visual C++, Windows Script, JScript, VBA, Visual Basic 6, and Delphi.
The project was designed to help Windows developers manage configuration files easier than having to make modifications to the registry, which can quickly lead to system stability issues. Although it can be used for applications that require installation, it's better suited for portable utilities that can be swiftly moved from one device to another m since it provides end users with the possibility to keep settings written down in INI files.
As far as its functionality is concerned, IniUtil takes cue from Win32 APIs. It makes visible all Win32 INI SDK calls using the DLL, which is capable of resolving API issues that requires you to know the size of the file you are reading from an INI before actually reading the file. Rich error details are utilized via the ISupportErrorInfo COM interface. The downloaded package includes separate DLLs for each architecture type: x86 and x64.







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IniUtil Crack, a.NET port of the IniUtil project, allows you to read, write, and parse INI files easily. It has 2 different API’s.

The first API works with objects that represent the INI file, such as:


The second API is accessible through the static IConfigurationManager type which allows you to open an INI file for reading and writing, save, close, and remove sections.

There are 3 languages supported by this project:


A small example of how to read and write a section of the INI file is presented below.

CS Version:

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;
using System.IO;
using System.Threading;
using System.Runtime.InteropServices;

VB.NET Version:

Imports System
Imports System.Collections.Generic
Imports System.Linq
Imports System.Text
Imports System.IO
Imports System.Threading
Imports System.Runtime.InteropServices

Delphi Version:


// IniUtil.pas
// IniUtil 1.0a (released: December 2006) by Sergey Glazman
// This source code is derived from the IniUtil library by:
// * Jeffrey Morrissey who originally wrote it.
// * Cory Doctorow who wrote a “free software license” for the
// project. Cory released this under the GNU General Public License.
// This code is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
// ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
// FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for
// more details.
// Copyright (C) 2006 CodeSourcery.
// In order for the CodeSourcery license to remain unaltered, any documentation
// or source code that is part of this product must be considered as “not
// released under any other type of license”. The license used for the

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What are the top five reasons for using IniUtil Crack Mac:
1. It handles INI files which are either read-only or read-write, and it could be of any type: binary, text, HTML, etc
2. It offers a dual interface, one that could be used for reading and the other for writing
3. It’s portable: you can upload IniUtil to your customers and it can be used on all Windows editions from 98 to XP and Vista
4. Easily moved between machines, there’s no registry that could hamper installation and new hosts
5. Provides an INI editor that can be used to edit any file types that are provided in Windows
What are the top five additional features of IniUtil:
1. It can be used for applications that require installation and needs to read from the host registry
2. It can be used for applications that do not require installation and needs to read from the host INI files
3. It’s fully managed: you can read and write easily in the same interface without having to experience underlying COM issues
4. It supports several languages: VBScript, ASP, Visual C++, Windows Script, JScript, VBA, Visual Basic 6, and Delphi
5. It is backward compatible: you can load your old INI files and it still works on new systems
Who are the target audience for IniUtil:
1. Applications that could benefit from the provided dual interface
2. Developers
3. User
4. Personal / home users
What would be the top three applications that can be developed with IniUtil:
1. An INI file that needs to be read from the registry
2. An INI file that needs to be read from the hard disk
3. An INI file that needs to be written to the registry
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):
Q1. What is COM (Component Object Model) for ActiveX Controls?
COM is the Direct Interface that makes ActiveX Controls accessible to the COM API. COM’s well known interface is not the best way to access ActiveX Controls, such as IniUtil, it’s better to use the COM API and use relevant API functions instead of trying to access Controls directly via the interface
Q2. Is IniUtil free?
No. It’s a commercial application, but has some key features, such as:
– Read/Write any file in any

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Its main features:

Reads and writes INI files

Flexible configuration management

Allows you to work with INI files from other languages supported by COM, such as VBScript, ASP, Visual C++, Windows Script, JScript, VBA, Visual Basic 6, and Delphi

Support of custom properties

Features of the DLL:

Supports x86 and x64 architectures

Supports COM Interop libraries

Transitional DLL enabled

Supports event handling

Supports conditional compilation of the definitions

Supports auto registration

Supports UI Automation

Supports COM support (NativeCall)

Supports scripting languages

Supports functionalities of the SDK

What’s New in IniUtil 2.1.0:

Supported languages are now Delphi, VBA, ASP, Visual C++, JScript, VBScript, and Windows Script. Now, you can write INI files from Delphi, VBScript, Visual C++, and ASP, and read them from VBA, JScript, and Windows Script. To learn more about available languages support, please refer to the website.

As per our knowledge, INI files are currently used by some of the most common applications such as Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook, Microsoft Anti-Virus, Web browsers, and the Widows Phone OS. IniUtil allows you to use them for the aforementioned applications with ease.
IniUtil 2.1.0 also delivers the functionality of exporting and importing configuration files. To begin with, you can write settings down in INI files to manage your settings at the time of software installation. Then, you can export and import your settings in INI files for the subsequent installation of software you are planning to use.
In addition to this, the new version also delivers the ability to read and write complex configuration files. You can now write settings down in INI files of.DAT and.DATX formats. Another addition to the new version allows you to work with property groups in order to track your settings in various conditions. Property groups are used to track all common properties of the configuration files. You can now create your own property group and apply it to your configuration file. In other words, you can now develop a group of properties and attach them to a single configuration file.

The release also contains some critical bugfixes, further

What’s New In IniUtil?

Get and Set Attributes of INI Files
IniUtil’s dual interface makes it possible to develop apps that need to read and write INI files through either read-only, read/write or read/write that takes effect immediately. Here are some usage examples of this interface:
Read INI file

Use ReadINIFileEx() function to read a file into the application:

IniUtil.WriteINIFile(“Settings.ini”, “Path: C:\My Documents\My Settings.ini”, “”);

Read/Write/Write with immediate change

WriteINIFileEx(“Settings.ini”, “Path”, “”)
WriteINIFileEx(“Settings.ini”, “Path”, “This is some information”)

Read/Write/Write through partial requests

WriteINIFileEx(“Settings.ini”, “Path”, “This is some information”)

Read/Write/Write with immediate changes in the file

WriteINIFileEx(“Settings.ini”, “Path”, “This is some information”)
WriteINIFileEx(“Settings.ini”, “Path”, “Do you like me?”)

Read/Write/Write with partial changes

WriteINIFileEx(“Settings.ini”, “Path”, “Do you like me?”)
WriteINIFileEx(“Settings.ini”, “Path”, “This is some information”)

IniUtil Run time performance

System Requirements For IniUtil:

Windows XP Home / Professional SP2
Windows Vista SP1
Windows 7 SP1
Windows 8
XBOX 360 (Xbox Live Gold)
MAC OS X 10.6 or newer
1.6 GHz or faster CPU
128 MB GPU
DirectX9-capable video card
Minimum resolution: 800×600, 1024×768, 1280×1024
Recommended resolution: 1280×1024
If you don’t have a DirectX9 capable card, you can get the DX9 patch here.