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im looking for the autoit source pixelsearch function in c++, im just looking for the fastest way to search through pixels as getpixel() and getdibits() are both too slow.

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Just as a friendly note. You're not going to find anyone giving you C++ code from the AutoIt code base.

Enjoy,

Jarvis


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

i thought it was released ?!

and i just couldnt find it. anyway since im not going to be able to get the source does anyone know of a faster way to grab pixels then the 2 methods i posted above?

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rockets,

Back in the day AutoIt was completely open source, but due to several deciding factors it is no longer an open source project. There is a partial code release, but that's mostly only for you to be familiar with how the code is constructed so that if you have anything to add you can do so and show your worth to the current developers.

I'm sorry I don't know of any ways let alone the two you mentioned above for grabbing/finding pixels.

Thanks,

Jarvis


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well looking through the partial v3 release it seems that autoit just uses GetPixel() for searching pixels , so i guess that its other things in my program that are slowing everything down.

for( q=relrect.left; q<=relrect.right; q = q + nStep)   
{
        for( r=relrect.top; r<=relrect.bottom; r = r + nStep)
        { 
            col = GetPixel(hdc, q, r);
            red = GetRValue(col); 
            green   = GetGValue(col);   
                blue    = GetBValue(col); 

        }

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Pixelsearch works pretty fast, but for large area's it's just allot of pixels, so keep the search area as small as possible and the step value as high as possible. I'm not sure how the variation parameter affects performance.

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