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Sam1el

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Hi guys, I'm new to autoit. I've been using it for a couple weeks now to do basic things and I wanted to get into a little more advanced scripting. here is a snippit of code from a cmd file I have.

set D3BPPATH=\\d3fs03\install\Randomcompany
set ADMIN=%D3BPPATH%\Admin\Scripting
set LUMPATH=\\d3fs03\install\CatiaV5\LUM
set SITECODE=GV

IF NOT "%CLEARED%"=="Y" cls
set CLEARED=Y

:BP13CHX
echo Checking for BlockPoint 13 Installation....
if exist c:\cax\vendor\ds\hfx\b19sp3hfx16\. goto BP13X02
echo.
echo Blockpoint 13.0 NOT FOUND - Installing Blockpoint 13.0 now!
echo (Blockpoint 13.0x02 will be installed after Blockpoint 13)
echo.
call %D3BPPATH%\BP_13.0\%SITECODE%_BP.cmd
echo.
echo.

:BP13X02
REM *******************************************
REM * vERSION VARIABLES - ANY SITE
REM *
REM * THESE VALUES WILL NEED TO BE UPDATED
REM * AT vERSION LEVEL
REM *******************************************
set VERPATH=%D3BPPATH%\BP13.0X02
set IVTXVER=4.7
set IVTPATH=4.7.19

:lowdisk
echo Checking for disk space....
call cscript.exe %ADMIN%\lowdisk.vbs //nologo
if %ERRORLEVEL%==1 goto END

I'm trying to figure out how to convert this to an exe format with autoit. it seems to run fine with all but the "set" options but i can't seem to find the proper way to rewrite it. and help or pushes in the right direction would be great, I by no means want anyone to rewrite it for me just some links or something that may explain it better would be nice thanks.

Edited by Sam1el

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Look up the help file for Variables, FileExists(), ShellExecute(), ConsoleWrite(), if it's going to be a console application.. Goto is not supported in AutoIt, use conditional statements instead.

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This won't be entirely accurate but it should give you a start.

$D3BPPATH = "\\d3fs03\install\Randomcompany"
$ADMIN = $D3BPPATH & "\Admin\Scripting"
$LUMPATH = "\\d3fs03\install\CatiaV5\LUM"
$SITECODE = "GV"
BP13CHX()

Func BP13CHX()
    SplashTextOn("", "Checking for BlockPoint 13 Installation")
    If NOT FileExists("c:\cax\vendor\ds\hfx\b19sp3hfx16\") Then BP13X02()
    Local $sNotfound = "Blockpoint 13.0 NOT FOUND - Installing Blockpoint 13.0 now!" & @CRLF & _
            "Blockpoint 13.0x02 will be installed after Blockpoint 13"
    SplashTextOn("", $sNotfound)
    ShellExecuteWait($D3BPPATH & "\BP_13.0\" & $SITECODE & "_BP.cmd")
    SplashOff()
EndFunc   ;==>BP13CHX

Func BP13X02()
    #cs
        ;*******************************************
        ;* vERSION VARIABLES - ANY SITE
        ;*
        ;* THESE VALUES WILL NEED TO BE UPDATED
        ;* AT vERSION LEVEL
        ;*******************************************
    #ce
    Local $VERPATH = $D3BPPATH & "\BP13.0X02"
    Local $IVTXVER = "4.7"
    Local $IVTPATH = "4.7.19"
    SplashTextOn("", "Checking for disk space....")
    ShellExecuteWait("cscript.exe", $ADMIN & "\lowdisk.vbs //nologo")
    If @Error Then
        SplashOff()
        Exit ;; Not sure what you want to do here but it's probably Exit
    EndIf
EndFunc   ;==>BP13X02

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