would something like this work for you?


SHA1, MD5, and Base64 Without APIs
Date Posted: January 15, 2009 12:00 AM
Author: Scott Klement

I tried this and it worked...
openssl base64 -in /path/to/file.in -out /path/to/encoded/file.base64


Jorge Merino said the following on 4/11/2012 1:49 PM:

I want to encode a TIF image stored on the IFS and to embed it into an XML document that will be downloaded on a web browser.

I know that by open() the IFS file, then QDCXLATE(), and base64_encode() -of course using Scott's tools- do the magic, but has to be by reading in a loop the buffer returned by open().

However, I want to save some extra programming by avoiding the loop and convert the full streamed file in one single step (I'm already using CGIDEV2-LoadStreamFile that returns the streamed file).

I found that I can use 'iconv' API from QTQICONV service program to do this conversion, does somebody can share an example of parameters to be used for 'iconv'?.

Thanks you all.


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