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  1. Hi there, while I created an example script to generate and execute a function during runtime, I stumbled across a neat way to share data between running autoit scripts. This is done using the amazing magic of AutoItObject_Internal . (You'll need at least Version 3.0.0 of AutoItObject_Internal) Using this UDF, you can create a shared data storage, basically an empty "AutoitObject_Internal-"Object which you can then use to write / read data Inline. no set/get methods, just #include "AutoItSharedData.au3" $oShare = _AutoIt_SharedData_CreateOrAttach("MyCustomID") $
  2. First of all I've been searching on the forum, and while there's been done something like this with: https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/141004-comobject-proxy-seamless-windows-script-control-autoitobj/ I could not find any solution to my predicament. Is it possible to throw an error in a ScriptControl object, via AutoIt? I have a script, where AutoIt calls ScriptControl:JavaScript which in turn calls AutoIt. However i would like to be able to make AutoIt invoke an exception within ScriptControl, if the called functionality fails. Here's some code for refer
  3. Now its my turn to give back to the community ( Better late than never :P).. First i want to thank progAndy for his amazing UDF which this idea came from And the AutoitObject Team (For making autoit fun again) I dont have so much to say more thant to let the project speak for itself, ive had this for a couple of months but it was "integrated" into my own "framework" but today I decided to release it because i have seen some people on the forum search for something like this. What libraries does this use and are they included? Connector/C 6
  4. If you don't like dealing with Scripting.dictionary you might want to try out this thing I whipped up yesterday evening and this morning. Basically just a simple wrapper around Scripting.dictionary to make the API a little bit less stupid. By "stupid" I mean "not like the awesome Python dict API". Created for the following reasons.. Wanted to get a basic understanding of AutoItObject. Wanted to get a basic understanding of the Micro unit test framework. As of 11/4/2014 AutoIt Stable has no native dict or associative array type. A >Map type is in the current AutoIt beta. It's laboriou
  5. Hi everybody! Here is my new super tool! It's an AutoItObject TCP Class! Very simple to use, with example and complet decumentation (Made with NaturalDocs) There are two classes: Client, and Server. - The data are encrypted! - The server can handle multiple clients - Data buffering, if you send a big amount of data, it will received as it was sent, not as many little parts of it - OOP programing! (very simple!) PS: You don't need to download AutoItObject, everything you need is in the zip. Update: 03/11/2011 +: Added, -: Deleted/Deprecated, *: Modified, !: Bug corrected === 1.1c ===
  6. Hi guys, I've been working with AutoItObject and I'm curious about a thing. This code: #include 'AutoItObject.au3' _AutoItObject_Startup() Global $_oBasicObject = _AutoItObject_Create() _AutoItObject_AddProperty($_oBasicObject, 'prop', $ELSCOPE_PUBLIC, _AutoItObject_Create($_oBasicObject)) Ok, when you use _AutoItObject_Create you can copy all the properties from another object, but now he is copying himself, so the value of $_oBasicObject.prop will be another object with an exact property and is a loop or what? Then $_oBasicObject.prop.prop.prop is another object with another prop?
  7. In my >previous adventures, I got a bare-bones AutoIt proxy object injected into MSScriptControl.ScriptControl. The proxy had just enough functionality that a basic form application could be coded from Javascript. That was kind of fun but the ScriptControl is old and iffy, its environment is like using an old version of JScript, sometimes mere comments would trigger non-compilation. What would be really good is to get a full-fledged proxy injected into IE, so that you had ECMA5-ish language features and a more stable platform. I had no idea how to do this though, so I was shocked when i
  8. I've been thinking about this for the last couple of weeks, and I've finally got around to putting together a proof of concept. As far as OOP goes, Javascript is a pretty damn good language -- very flexible, but lets look at some code. Here is a two button form for AutoIt written in Javascript. var $=this; var hgui; this.MsgHandler_=function (m){ if (m==$.AutoIt.GUI_EVENT_CLOSE) { $.AutoIt.GUIDelete(hgui); return true; }else if (m==button1) { $.AutoIt.Run("notepad.exe"); }else if (m==button2) { alert('Thanks from a javascript alert box!'); } return false; } var bu
  9. Using AutoItObject, I cannot make a method with the name 'E3'. The even more bizarre part is when I post the autoit code to this forum, the 'E3' is highlighted in red. See below. #include <AutoItObject.au3> OnAutoItExitRegister("EvtScriptExit") _AutoItObject_StartUp() Global $o=_AutoItObject_Create() ;BUG: Cannot seem to make a property-type method called E3, other names work however MsgBox(0,'VarGetType($o)',VarGetType($o));checkit ;Change this to false to show the bug Global $make_it_work=True ;#cs If Not $make_it_work Then ;Make an E3 property and backer _AutoItObject_AddP
  10. I want to assign to an AutoItObject property without hardcoding the property name. In Javascript it would look like: obj['propertyName']=103; I can read access a property using Execute: Global $ppt_val=Execute('$obj.propertyName') But I cannot assign with: Assign('obj.propertyName',103,4); doesnt work, nor... Assign('$obj.propertyName',103,4) Maybe AutoItObjects have a sooper-secret $obj.__set($name,$val) function? I am looking for a workaround no matter how convoluted. Was thinking about maybe this might be feasible with a JScript COM helper, since I have built a AutoItObject Clas
  11. Hi, I made an AutoIt offline web server, inspired by TiddlyWiki personal web notebook. Offline because its purpose is serving locally so we can write local files via any web browser. Just like what TiddlySaver do but without irritating security warning and no cross-domain xhr limitation. Unlike web server around it so simple (no setup), portable, works in limited-user account and integrate itself to windows explorer. It was started to simply make local pages writable (the reason I made UDF ) but then grow to (optionally) provide settings for more advanced usage i.e. enable CGI support, mappi
  12. I am using I have created an object and I would like other object to inherit the first one. Here is the code: #include "AutoitObject.au3" Opt("MustDeclareVars", 1) ; Error monitoring Global $oError = ObjEvent("AutoIt.Error", "_ErrFunc") ; Initialize AutoItObject _AutoItObject_StartUp() ; Create Object Global $oObject = _SomeObject() Global $oClone = _cloneObject() ; Set some property $oObject.Title = "Hey" ;Display messagebox $oObject.MsgBox("Test") $oClone.Title = "Cloned" $oClone.MsgBox("Clone object") ; Relese $oObject = 0 ; <-!Comment this out to see the new behavior! ; That
  13. I am restructuring Jos' SciTEConfig to allow more control over SciTE. I would greatly appreciate if you would run it on your machine and tell me if it presents an accurate picture of your current SciTE configuration, please. This is not intended to replace the current SciTEConfig. This is just an alternative for those of us that want more control. This script will now perform the following duties: 1. Load a new theme. 2. Change the default action of scripts, I.E., change from edit to run. 3. Enable and disable tools from the Tools menu. 4. Change the loaded definitions from production
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