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hello guys i wanne use autoit to use and control rsync.exe

rsync is a tool u need to use in CMD

i need to start cmd and then i dofor example:rsync -rt --progress --delete 10.10.1.162::staging.mintz.com f:/fInetPub/hosts/live.mintz.mindseye.com/wwwroot/images/

is it posseble to get the output of rsync.exe not show up in he CMD Windows get get it back in the autoit console?

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hello guys i wanne use autoit to use and control rsync.exe

rsync is a tool u need to use in CMD

i need to start cmd and then i dofor example:rsync -rt --progress --delete 10.10.1.162::staging.mintz.com f:/fInetPub/hosts/live.mintz.mindseye.com/wwwroot/images/

is it posseble to get the output of rsync.exe not show up in he CMD Windows get get it back in the autoit console?

Look at the examples in the help file for StdOutRead() and StdErrRead().

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Look at the examples in the help file for StdOutRead() and StdErrRead().

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psaltyds i have looked at StdOutRead() and StdErrRead().

but the problem is with stderrread() i get nothing and with stdoutread i get only the half of the text i miss alot of things see:http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=103975&st=0&gopid=736509&

i have show some sample's there of what i see in cmd and what i miss in autoit

Thx.

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You double posted and already got some help in the other topic. Stop double posting.

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Valuater's AutoIt 1-2-3, Class... Is now in Session!For those who want somebody to write the script for them: RentACoder"Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced." -- Geek's corollary to Clarke's law

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