Posted 17 December 2006 - 05:20 AM
Very good. This will make it much easier to add a sort of database functionality to an autoit script.
I warn about adding compression code to it though, the compression code would run real slow in autoit. The best way to do it would be to use an external dll file written in a much faster lower level language like c or c++. This would destroy the point of compiling the script with no external libraries, but when i wrote a patcher in autoit, autoit was impossibly slow at manipulating binary data. The same program written in c++ could do it instantly. So i just ended up re-writing the patcher in a faster language.
Good work, but just a heads up if you plan to persue this.
-The Kandie Man
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