C language function:GetMappedFileName sample codes

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TITLE : Retrieving memory usage
GetMappedFileName(GetCurrentProcess(), (LPVOID) i, szFile, MAX_PATH)).......
http://cboard.cprogramming.com/windows-programming/74975-retrieving-memory-usage.html


TITLE : Bento4/mp4-dash.py at master axiomatic-systems/Bento4 GitHub
print 'Parsing media file', str(file_list_index)+':', GetMappedFileName(media_file).......
http://github.com/axiomatic-systems/Bento4/blob/master/Source/Python/utils/mp4-dash.py
TITLE : Bento4/mp4-dash.py at master axiomatic-systems/Bento4 GitHub
def GetMappedFileName(filename):.......
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TITLE : Bento4/mp4-dash.py at master axiomatic-systems/Bento4 GitHub
print 'Extracting track', track.id, 'from', GetMappedFileName(track.parent.media_source.filename).......
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TITLE : Bento4/mp4-dash.py at master axiomatic-systems/Bento4 GitHub
MapFileName(track_file.name, path.basename(track_file.name) + ' = Extracted[track '+str(track.id) + ' from '+GetMappedFileName(track.parent.media_source.filename)+']').......
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TITLE : Bento4/mp4-dash.py at master axiomatic-systems/Bento4 GitHub
print 'Encrypting track IDs '+str(sorted(options.track_key_infos.keys()))+' in '+ GetMappedFileName(media_file).......
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TITLE : Bento4/mp4-dash.py at master axiomatic-systems/Bento4 GitHub
MapFileName(encrypted_file.name, path.basename(encrypted_file.name) + ' = Encrypted[' + GetMappedFileName(media_file) + ']').......
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TITLE : Bento4/mp4-dash.py at master axiomatic-systems/Bento4 GitHub
print 'Splitting media file ('+adaptation_set_name[0]+')', GetMappedFileName(track.parent.media_source.filename).......
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TITLE : Bento4/mp4-dash.py at master axiomatic-systems/Bento4 GitHub
# print 'Splitting media file (video)', GetMappedFileName(video_track.parent.media_source.filename).......
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TITLE : Bento4/mp4-dash.py at master axiomatic-systems/Bento4 GitHub
# print 'Splitting media file (subtitles)', GetMappedFileName(subtitles_track.parent.media_source.filename).......
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TITLE : Bento4/mp4-dash.py at master axiomatic-systems/Bento4 GitHub
print 'Processing and Copying media file', GetMappedFileName(mp4_file.media_source.filename).......
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TITLE : Bento4/mp4-dash.py at master axiomatic-systems/Bento4 GitHub
print 'Processing and Copying subtitles file', GetMappedFileName(subtitles_file.media_source.filename).......
http://github.com/axiomatic-systems/Bento4/blob/master/Source/Python/utils/mp4-dash.py
TITLE : GetProcessImageFileName function (Windows)
DWORD WINAPI GetMappedFileName(.......
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms683195(v=vs.85).aspx
TITLE : how to get the name of a file in C++ using Win32 Handle? - Stack Overflow
GetMappedFilename() is not the best solution although recommended in the MSDN........
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10169507/how-to-get-the-name-of-a-file-in-c-using-win32-handle
TITLE : c - How to get name associated with open HANDLE - Stack Overflow
The GetMappedFileName() approach in the MSDN (posted by Max here) is also very limited:.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/65170/how-to-get-name-associated-with-open-handle
TITLE : c - How to get name associated with open HANDLE - Stack Overflow
If you need to do this on Win32 pre-Vista or Server 2008, look at the GetMappedFileName(...) function, which is one of the best kept secrets in Win32. WIth a little C/C++-fu, you can memory map a small portion of the file in question, and then pass that handle to this function........
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/65170/how-to-get-name-associated-with-open-handle
TITLE : Felix Colibri- DLL and Process Viewer
GetMappedFileName(p_process_handle, l_pt_working_set,.......
http://www.felix-colibri.com/papers/colibri_utilities/dll_and_process_viewer/dll_and_process_viewer.html
TITLE : Win32 « Insanely Low-Level
GetMappedFileName(GetCurrentProcess(), main, buf, sizeof(buf));.......
http://www.ragestorm.net/blogs/@cat=7
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