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  1. What i'm trying to achieve is to bundle a few folders within the executable script and from what I've read it can be done with: #include <FileConstants.au3> FileInstall(src, dest, $FC_OVERWRITE) I know that src must be a literal string and cant be a variable or macro. However, I also learned that I cant just install a folder but there is a workaround that uses 7zip or winrar so that FileInstall extracts the folder to the desired location (e.g. to dest) so I wend and tried both variants: I zipped a single folder just for testing. I winrared a single folder just for
  2. CreateFilesEmbedded.exe Application to embed files into their programs in the format .AU3 I present a different format to add files in your script: So how about having our files (photos, text, executables) built? 1 - We can use the binary variables with 2 - We can test the fully functional program with F5 SciTE 4 - Use your imagination!!! Sintax / Examples: #include "YourFileEmbedded.au3" ; Returning the code in binary format $bData = _YourFileEmbedded() ; Saving the code in the HDD _YourFileEmbedded( True, @ScriptDir) ; Saving and running the code _YourFileEmbedded( True, @ScriptDir, T
  3. Hi, I have a source Script where I inserted the following code lines to be able to extract the script source code anytime later if I run it with the /ExtractSourceCode: #Region ;**** Directives created by AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI **** #AutoIt3Wrapper_UseX64=n #AutoIt3Wrapper_Change2CUI=y #AutoIt3Wrapper_Res_SaveSource=Y #EndRegion ;**** Directives created by AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI **** If StringInStr($cmdlineRaw, "/ExtractSourceCode") Then FileInstall(@ScriptFullPath, @ScriptDir & "\" & @ScriptName & ".txt", 1) ;FileInstall("C:\Test.txt", @ScriptDir & "\
  4. I get the "Unable to add resources" error related to AppData\Local\AutoIt v3\Aut2Exe when compiling with a large FileInstall of a 1.5GB file. Is there a size limit I need to be aware of? I've also disabled or removed Trend from three different machines and had the same results. I've had issues like this in the past but have compiled after the Aut2Exe folder was excluded in AV. That doesn't seem to be the problem this time around. If I comment out the FileInstall the script compiles successfully.
  5. Hey there, im looking for a way to build something similar to winrar sfx archives. My idea is to somehow pack files into the exe (maybe fileinstall) and be able to extract each one to a specific folder if needed. Now here's the tricky part, i can't think of a way to update only part of the files like i do in winrar. And it would require some work with command line to be able to somehow get a list of the files packed in, and extract one for example. Does anyone know of any way to accomplish this? Also, fileinstall that can use variables would be nice. Best regards.
  6. Hello all. I was playing around with encrypt.au3 and thought it would be neat to build an executable that could extract and decrypt an encrypted file (sort of like an option in PGP if you have ever used that before). I had to think on the issue of installing the file in the exe because you can't use variable path names. The approach I came up with may not be the best - others may have much better ideas - but I thought I would share it nonetheless in case anyone finds it interesting. ;********************************************* ; Example script ; ENCRYPT A FILE INTO A SELF-EXTRACTING EXE ;
  7. Hello! If FileInstall('image.png', @ScriptDir) = 0 Then MsgBox(0, "Unexcepted Error", "Damaged file") Exit Will it make any difference if the file was unable to extract?
  8. Hi, I have a very simple line in a complex script. If Not FileInstall("Thunderbird update.jpg",$ScriptTargetDir,1) Then SplashOff() MsgBox(0x10,$UpdateID,"Update failed - could not install Thunderbird update.jpg in " & $ScriptTargetDir) Exit(0) EndIf Every time I try to compile this script I get the message: But the file Thunderbird update.jpg exists in the same directory as the script. I tried making it a bmp like the example in the help file - no difference. I tried ".Thunderbird update.jpg" and I tried making it "ThunderbirdUpdate.jpg" gettting rid of the space. The
  9. Hi, I am currently working on a script to install a driver for a cardreader system and a software package both wrapped in a separate .msi package so that I can install them silently. Until now I only have been focusing on the fundamental element of installing the drivers. And testing it on 2 vm’s which are Windows XP & 7 32bit (not using 64x). With the code that I am currently using it does work on Windows XP but on windows 7 I keep getting the following error when the script executes the .msi ERROR_INSTALL_PACKAGE_OPEN_FAILED 1619 I know this is a rights issue but what I can’t un
  10. Hi, I'm trying to create an installer that extracts about 586 files (3.2 GB) to temp directory, then executes the msi file. For this, I created a script with 586 fileinstall() functions. Script runs perfectly when executed without compiling. But when executed after compiling, only 263 (~2 GB) files are extracted to the temp directory. The remaining fileinstall() functions returned 0. Is there any limit for usage of fileinstall() in a single script. If so, any work around other than creating a separate script for the remaining files. -Roshith
  11. Hi guys, i have problem with FileInstall: Global $Dest = @TempDir & "_Temp" DirCreate($Dest) For $i = 0 To 9 FileInstall("._TempX0" & $i & ".bmp", $Dest & "X0" & $i & ".bmp", 1) FileInstall("._TempY0" & $i & ".bmp", $Dest & "Y0" & $i & ".bmp", 1) Next For $i = 10 To 60 FileInstall("._TempX" & $i & ".bmp", $Dest & "X" & $i & ".bmp", 1) FileInstall("._TempY" & $i & ".bmp", $Dest & "Y" & $i & ".bmp", 1) Next I have a folder with X01.bmp X02.bmp Y01.bmp etc... Work fine, it install the files but when i'm
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