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  1. Is there a way to have Aut2Exe write its error messages to the console (stdout/stderr) instead of popping up a message window? We build our project software using Bash scripts that compile AutoIt scripts, compile C programs, install data files, etc. If Aut2Exe encounters an error when compiling an AutoIt script it pops-up a message window, which is problematic when running from a Bash script. It's worse when part or all of the build is executed remotely via SSH: if you're watching the build, you can kill the local script if it gets stuck (i.e., is waiting for Aut2Exe to exit), but the Aut
  2. A UDF to connect to IRC using TCP Functions, as well as perform actions once connected. WANTED: Technical Writer able to create / maintain a helpfile (.chm) using the Autoit helpfile layout for an negotiated rate. Notes: Originally created by Chip. UDF Headers updated compared to old script. Error and Parameter Handling updated compared to old script. If you need to bypass the RFC compliance of this UDF, use _IRCRaw. The majority of the old functions have been modified. It will break most, if not all, scripts using the old UDF. These commands should work on every server follo
  3. Hi all, For last few weeks, i am in search of some good articles about windows messages and notifications. I am reading Charles Petzold's Windows Programming 5th edition in google books. Since the prize of that book costs nearly my two day's wages, i am depending google books. Then i wandered a lot of websites for gathering articles. Atlast i found a tool on MSDN site. Name is Control Spy. At first i thought that it is like the WindowInfo tool in AutoIt. But no, it is an incredible tool for a develepor. We can learn more about the behaviour of window controls and their messages and notificat
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