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The AWS::Lambda::Function resource creates a Lambda function. To create a function, you need a deployment package and an execution role. The deployment package is a .zip file archive or container image that contains your function code. The execution role grants the function permission to use AWS services, such as Amazon CloudWatch Logs for log streaming and AWS X-Ray for request tracing.
You set the package type to Zip if the deployment package is a .zip file archive. For a .zip file archive, the code property specifies the location of the .zip file. You must also specify the handler and runtime properties. For a Python example, see Deploy Python Lambda functions with .zip file archives.
You can use code signing if your deployment package is a .zip file archive. To enable code signing for this function, specify the ARN of a code-signing configuration. When a user attempts to deploy a code package with UpdateFunctionCode, Lambda checks that the code package has a valid signature from a trusted publisher. The code-signing configuration includes a set of signing profiles, which define the trusted publishers for this function.
The name of the method within your code that Lambda calls to run your function. Handler is required if the deployment package is a .zip file archive. The format includes the file name. It can also include namespaces and other qualifiers, depending on the runtime. For more information, see Lambda programming model.
The Enum.zip/1 function receives a list of enumerables and zips them together. Zipping is the process of taking the first elements in each enumerable and combining them into a tuple. This is followed by a tuple of the second elements, a tuple of the third elements, and so forth until one of the enumerables runs out of elements. Those tuples are then returned in a list. This effectively "zips" the enumerables together into a single enumerable.
The Enum.unzip/2 is the exact opposite of Enum.zip/2. It takes an enumerable consisting of two-element tuples and unzips the elements in the tuples, returning a tuple containing two lists. The first elements in the tuples are put in the first list and the second element in the tuples are placed in the second list.
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We provided some free and open source classes to read a .zip archive bundled (or not) to an exe. You can therefore append any .zip archive to your exe, then extract any picture inside this .zip with one class.
and provide paramstr(0) - i.e. your exe - as aFileName and ZipStartOffset as a minimal original exe size: it will search for the beginning of the .zip file from this offset. Leave Size parameter as 0: it will get the size from the file size itself.
1. use copy /b original.exe+pictures.zip newembedded.exe 2. use the TZipWrite class provided, and its AddFromZip() method to create your exe from Delphi code: you can even compress and append your images on the fly, with no temporary pictures.zip file.
The .zip file you sent to me is in an unsupported format.The local fileInfo block has zcrc32=0 zzipSize=0 zfullZize=0.This is clearly stated by the specifications as a possibility, if the bit 3 of the fileInfo "flags" is set.A "data descriptor" block has to be recognized and read instead of the local fileInfo block.
1. Could you provide a code snippet on how to accomplish: use the TZipWrite class provided, and its AddFromZip() method to create your exe from Delphi code: you can even compress and append your images on the fly, with no temporary pictures.zip file. Just looking to append a zip file to an exe and extract it.
The problem with using a pool of processors is that it requires that the original .zip file exists on disk. So in my web server, to use this solution, I'd first have to save the in-memory ZIP file to disk, then invoke this function. Not sure what the cost of that it's not likely to be cheap. 041b061a72