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Hi,

i use the version 3.3.4.0 of autoit.

i use #OnAutoItStartRegister, when i lauch the application from the SciTE environnment, it work

when i compile the application, it dont work

Is there a way to have OnAutoItStart work again on a compiled application?

Thanx

Stéphane

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i use #OnAutoItStartRegister, when i lauch the application from the SciTE environnment, it work

when i compile the application, it dont work

I confirm this unexpected bahavior with the beta compile too, XP SP3 x86. Looks like a bug.

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You didn't by any chance put parens around your function name, did you?

; Wrong: 
;  #OnAutoItStartRegister("MyTestFunc")
;
; Should be:
#OnAutoItStartRegister "MyTestFunc"

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Hi,

Same result for me with 3.3.4.0 on Vista HP SP2:

Neither start function runs when compiled; both run from SciTE

Exit function runs without problem in both cases.

#OnAutoItStartRegister "_start_1"
#OnAutoItStartRegister "_start_2"
OnAutoItExitRegister("_end")

Func _start_1()
    MsgBox(0,"Test", "Starting 1")
EndFunc

Func _start_2()
    MsgBox(0,"Test", "Starting 2")
EndFunc

Func _end()
    MsgBox(0, "Test", "Ending")
EndFunc

I will wait until tomorrow before putting in a bug report just in case we are all missing something obvious. :D

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You didn't by any chance put parens around your function name, did you?

Even the simple help file example is a nop.

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Even the simple help file example is a nop.

It should be in BugTracker then, go ahead and create a ticket.

:D


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Same result for me with V3.3.4.0 on Seven x64.

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This is now ticket #1448

BTW, I'm curious to learn what is allowable in an #OnAutoItStartRegister function. Search turned up nothing.

For instance, I would have expected this code to produce either Box1 or Box2 but no both, depending on it being

interpreted: it should produce Box1 since #OnAutoItStartRegister works

or

compiled: it should produce Box2 since #OnAutoItStartRegister doesn't work.

#OnAutoItStartRegister "MsgFunc"

If Not IsDeclared($flag) Then MsgBox(0, "Box2", "#OnAutoItStartRegister failed.")

Func MsgFunc()
    MsgBox(0, "Box1", "#OnAutoItStartRegister doing its job.")
    Global $flag = -1
EndFunc

Except if the feature is more deeply affected by #1448 bug, the script below tends to show that #OnAutoItStartRegister function:

  • may call other user functions
  • may declare and manipulate local variables
  • may declare and manipulate global variables, but they are treated as if they were declared local.
  • may not use any variable declared outside #OnAutoItStartRegister function since the execution point never got there.
  • may not use UDFs
Is that a correct characterization? Are there other limitations?

#OnAutoItStartRegister "MsgFunc"

If Not IsDeclared($str) Then MsgBox(0, "", "#OnAutoItStartRegister failed.")

Func MsgFunc()
    MsgBox(0, "", "#OnAutoItStartRegister doing its job.")
    Global $str = "AutoIt start part"
    $str &= " of this *** has been"
    $str = StringReplace($str, "***", "string") & " transformed"
    SuffixIt($str)
    ConsoleWrite($str & " hence it has had an existence in variable space." & @LF)
EndFunc

Func SuffixIt($s)
    If IsDeclared($str) Then
        MsgBox(0, "Still within AutoItStart", "Variable $str currently exists.")
    Else
        MsgBox(0, "User function called from AutoItStart", "Variable $str doesn't really exists.")
    EndIf
    Return(StringUpper($s) & ' ')
EndFunc

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This is now ticket #1448

BTW, I'm curious to learn what is allowable in an #OnAutoItStartRegister function. Search turned up nothing.

For instance, I would have expected this code to produce either Box1 or Box2 but no both, depending on it being

interpreted: it should produce Box1 since #OnAutoItStartRegister works

or

compiled: it should produce Box2 since #OnAutoItStartRegister doesn't work.

#OnAutoItStartRegister "MsgFunc"

If Not IsDeclared($flag) Then MsgBox(0, "Box2", "#OnAutoItStartRegister failed.")

Func MsgFunc()
    MsgBox(0, "Box1", "#OnAutoItStartRegister doing its job.")
    Global $flag = -1
EndFunc

Except if the feature is more deeply affected by #1448 bug, the script below tends to show that #OnAutoItStartRegister function:

  • may call other user functions
  • may declare and manipulate local variables
  • may declare and manipulate global variables, but they are treated as if they were declared local.
  • may not use any variable declared outside #OnAutoItStartRegister function since the execution point never got there.
  • may not use UDFs
Is that a correct characterization? Are there other limitations?

#OnAutoItStartRegister "MsgFunc"

If Not IsDeclared($str) Then MsgBox(0, "", "#OnAutoItStartRegister failed.")

Func MsgFunc()
    MsgBox(0, "", "#OnAutoItStartRegister doing its job.")
    Global $str = "AutoIt start part"
    $str &= " of this *** has been"
    $str = StringReplace($str, "***", "string") & " transformed"
    SuffixIt($str)
    ConsoleWrite($str & " hence it has had an existence in variable space." & @LF)
EndFunc

Func SuffixIt($s)
    If IsDeclared($str) Then
        MsgBox(0, "Still within AutoItStart", "Variable $str currently exists.")
    Else
        MsgBox(0, "User function called from AutoItStart", "Variable $str doesn't really exists.")
    EndIf
    Return(StringUpper($s) & ' ')
EndFunc

not solving the problem but IsDeclared($str) must be IsDeclared("str")

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not solving the problem but IsDeclared($str) must be IsDeclared("str")

Bordel de merde, quel con !

I must recognize it works considerably better once you use the right syntax.

I shouldn't be doing anything at 05:32 AM, certainly not posting here.


This wonderful site allows debugging and testing regular expressions (many flavors available). An absolute must have in your bookmarks.
Another excellent RegExp tutorial. Don't forget downloading your copy of up-to-date pcretest.exe and pcregrep.exe here
RegExp tutorial: enough to get started
PCRE v8.33 regexp documentation latest available release and currently implemented in AutoIt beta.

SQLitespeed is another feature-rich premier SQLite manager (includes import/export). Well worth a try.
SQLite Expert (freeware Personal Edition or payware Pro version) is a very useful SQLite database manager.
An excellent eBook covering almost every aspect of SQLite3: a must-read for anyone doing serious work.
SQL tutorial (covers "generic" SQL, but most of it applies to SQLite as well)
A work-in-progress SQLite3 tutorial. Don't miss other LxyzTHW pages!
SQLite official website with full documentation (may be newer than the SQLite library that comes standard with AutoIt)

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You didn't by any chance put parens around your function name, did you?

; Wrong: 
;  #OnAutoItStartRegister("MyTestFunc")
;
; Should be:
#OnAutoItStartRegister "MyTestFunc"

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I use the #OnAutoItStartRegister "MyTestFunc" but i have an idea. The # is a pre-processor keyword its normal it work into the environement, you should try to transform it as a function as OnAutoItExitRegister( "ExitFuncName" ).

Thanx

Stéphane

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