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  1. Hello Everyone Been a while since I had any useful ideas for AutoIt. Today I was thinking about having an option to compile a script without any obfuscation or tokenisation, or atleast, an option to specify the seed for the randomness in the tokenisation process to produce identical executables every-time. This would be very useful for Open Source software where anyone can compile to source to produce a bit to bit copy of the compiled version by the developer. Currently there is no legal way to verify if a build has been built from a specific source, with this option it will be easy as compiling the code and comparing the builds Something like #pragma compile(Tokenise, false), we can set the proposed Tokenise directive to true as default to maintain backward compatibility and to somewhat protect closed source software. What do you guys think about this? TD
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