I have used the functions defined in my IO Utilities Library, as ioEncrypt() and ioDecrypt(). Of course, I want to thank to m0skit0 and Stobby, who helped me when I have problems with the encryption functions.
A screenshot of the "Files" tab:
It has developped in C, with the wonderfull Gtk library, and using the gcc compiler. I'm using Debian GNU/Linux "squeeze", and it works perfectly (with the issues described down-scrolling, but fine). I want to compile a .exe file for Windows users, but, first, I need to adapt some functions and font descriptors.
.zip package from mediafire: http://www.mediafire.com/?whkkzxymzgr4xr3
The IO Utilities Library (source&doc): http://www.mediafire.com/?flg9j0wu98u9v0m
*** Open source, licensed under the GNU General Public License v3 ***
The previous issues with large files are solved (thanks to Codestation and m0skit0 another time) and I'm working at the log minimal problems. I want to port it to Windows...
The use is too simple: just select an input file, change the output path if you want (because it's auto-filled by the program), and run. The mode and the check-box "Overwrite itself" are optional tags to manage the output. If you check that checkbox, the application will overwrite the original file, but, be carefull with this option, overcoat with large files.
Thank you for reading and, in some cases, for downloading