Addy dimri

Addy dimri

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change the code

Sep 6 2022 4:43 AM

can any one change this code in c#,
 
from winreg import *
from typing import Tuple, Optional, List

# Let's make sure the dictionnary goes from most recent to oldest
KNOWN_VERSIONS = {
    '16.0': '2016/2019/O365',
    '15.0': '2013',
    '14.0': '2010',
    '12.0': '2007',
    '11.0': '2003',
    '10.0': '2002',
    '9.0': '2000',
    '8.0': '97',
    '7.0': '95',
}


def get_value(hive: int, key: str, value: Optional[str], arch: int = 0) -> str:
    """
    Returns a value from a given registry path

    :param hive: registry hive (windows.registry.HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE...)
    :param key:  which registry key we're searching for
    :param value: which value we query, may be None if unnamed value is searched
    :param arch: which registry architecture we seek (0 = default, windows.registry.KEY_WOW64_64KEY, windows.registry.KEY_WOW64_32KEY)
                 Giving multiple arches here will return first result
    :return: value
    """

    def _get_value(hive: int, key: str, value: Optional[str], arch: int) -> str:
        try:
            open_reg = ConnectRegistry(None, hive)
            open_key = OpenKey(open_reg, key, 0, KEY_READ | arch)
            value, type = QueryValueEx(open_key, value)
            # Return the first match
            return value
        except (FileNotFoundError, TypeError, OSError) as exc:
            raise FileNotFoundError('Registry key [%s] with value [%s] not found. %s' % (key, value, exc))

    # 768 = 0 | KEY_WOW64_64KEY | KEY_WOW64_32KEY (where 0 = default)
    if arch == 768:
        for _arch in [KEY_WOW64_64KEY, KEY_WOW64_32KEY]:
            try:
                return _get_value(hive, key, value, _arch)
            except FileNotFoundError:
                pass
        raise FileNotFoundError
    else:
        return _get_value(hive, key, value, arch)


def get_keys(hive: int, key: str, arch: int = 0, open_reg: HKEYType = None, recursion_level: int = 1,
             filter_on_names: List[str] = None, combine: bool = False) -> dict:
    """
    :param hive: registry hive (windows.registry.HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE...)
    :param key: which registry key we're searching for
    :param arch: which registry architecture we seek (0 = default, windows.registry.KEY_WOW64_64KEY, windows.registry.KEY_WOW64_32KEY)
    :param open_reg: (handle) handle to already open reg key (for recursive searches), do not give this in your function call
    :param recursion_level: recursivity level
    :param filter_on_names: list of strings we search, if none given, all value names are returned
    :param combine: shall we combine multiple arch results or return first match
    :return: list of strings
    """
    def _get_keys(hive: int, key: str, arch: int, open_reg: HKEYType, recursion_level: int, filter_on_names: List[str]):
        try:
            if not open_reg:
                open_reg = ConnectRegistry(None, hive)
            open_key = OpenKey(open_reg, key, 0, KEY_READ | arch)
            subkey_count, value_count, _ = QueryInfoKey(open_key)

            output = {}
            values = []
            for index in range(value_count):
                name, value, type = EnumValue(open_key, index)
                if isinstance(filter_on_names, list) and name not in filter_on_names:
                    pass
                else:
                    values.append({'name': name, 'value': value, 'type': type})
            if not values == []:
                output[''] = values

            if recursion_level > 0:
                for subkey_index in range(subkey_count):
                    try:
                        subkey_name = EnumKey(open_key, subkey_index)
                        sub_values = get_keys(hive=0, key=key + '\\' + subkey_name, arch=arch,
                                              open_reg=open_reg, recursion_level=recursion_level - 1,
                                              filter_on_names=filter_on_names)
                        output[subkey_name] = sub_values
                    except FileNotFoundError:
                        pass

            return output

        except (FileNotFoundError, TypeError, OSError) as exc:
            raise FileNotFoundError('Cannot query registry key [%s]. %s' % (key, exc))

    # 768 = 0 | KEY_WOW64_64KEY | KEY_WOW64_32KEY (where 0 = default)
    if arch == 768:
        result = {}
        for _arch in [KEY_WOW64_64KEY, KEY_WOW64_32KEY]:
            try:
                if combine:
                    result.update(_get_keys(hive, key, _arch, open_reg, recursion_level, filter_on_names))
                else:
                    return _get_keys(hive, key, _arch, open_reg, recursion_level, filter_on_names)
            except FileNotFoundError:
                pass
        return result
    else:
        return _get_keys(hive, key, arch, open_reg, recursion_level, filter_on_names)


def get_office_click_and_run_ident():
    # type: () -> Optional[str]
    """
    Try to find the office product via clickandrun productID
    """
    try:
        click_and_run_ident = get_value(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE,
                                                 r'Software\Microsoft\Office\ClickToRun\Configuration',
                                                 'ProductReleaseIds',
                                                 arch=KEY_WOW64_64KEY |KEY_WOW64_32KEY,)
    except FileNotFoundError:
        click_and_run_ident = None
    return click_and_run_ident


def _get_used_word_version():
    # type: () -> Optional[int]
    """
    Try do determine which version of Word is used (in case multiple versions are installed)
    """
    try:
        word_ver = get_value(HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT, r'Word.Application\CurVer', None)
    except FileNotFoundError:
        word_ver = None
    try:
        version = int(word_ver.split('.')[2])
    except (IndexError, ValueError, AttributeError):
        version = None
    return version


def _get_installed_office_version():
    # type: () -> Optional[str, bool]
    """
    Try do determine which is the highest current version of Office installed
    """
    for possible_version, _ in KNOWN_VERSIONS.items():
        try:
            office_keys = get_keys(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE,
                                               r'SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\{}'.format(possible_version),
                                               recursion_level=2,
                                               arch=KEY_WOW64_64KEY |KEY_WOW64_32KEY,
                                               combine=True)

            try:
                is_click_and_run = True if office_keys['ClickToRunStore'] is not None else False
            except:
                is_click_and_run = False

            try:
                is_valid = True if office_keys['Word'] is not None else False
                if is_valid:
                    return possible_version, is_click_and_run
            except KeyError:
                pass
        except FileNotFoundError:
            pass
    return None, None


def get_office_version():
    # type: () -> Tuple[str, Optional[str]]
    """
    It's plain horrible to get the office version installed
    Let's use some tricks, ie detect current Word used
    """

    word_version = _get_used_word_version()
    office_version, is_click_and_run = _get_installed_office_version()

    # Prefer to get used word version instead of installed one
    if word_version is not None:
        office_version = word_version

    version = float(office_version)
    click_and_run_ident = get_office_click_and_run_ident()

    def _get_office_version():
        # type: () -> str
        if version:
            if version < 16:
                try:
                    return KNOWN_VERSIONS['{}.0'.format(version)]
                except KeyError:
                    pass
            # Special hack to determine which of 2016, 2019 or O365 it is
            if version == 16:
                if isinstance(click_and_run_ident, str):
                    if '2016' in click_and_run_ident:
                        return '2016'
                    if '2019' in click_and_run_ident:
                        return '2019'
                    if 'O365' in click_and_run_ident:
                        return 'O365'
                return '2016/2019/O365'
        # Let's return whatever we found out
        return 'Unknown: {}'.format(version, click_and_run_ident)

    if isinstance(click_and_run_ident, str) or is_click_and_run:
        click_and_run_suffix = 'ClickAndRun'
    else:
        click_and_run_suffix = None

    return _get_office_version(), click_and_run_suffix


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