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make a compiled script that is able to compile itself??/

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supadodger

okay.

i want people to be able to brand an autoit exe with there own window title and a link on the gui.

so they run setup.exe

they get a gui which asks for window title and affiliate link.

then they hit the okay button

now that setup.exe compiles program.exe using the entered information...

can i make an autoit compiled executable have the ability to create another autoit compiled executable on the fly without autoit on the host pc?

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Jos

I would also say why?

Don't see the need for that when you can store these variables into an INI or Registry and use them at the start-up of the script to set the Window title etc..


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supadodger

i want the end user to be able to brand the executable and redistribut it as their own software.

writing into registry only works on their pc and writing ini file means anyone can change it not just the end user

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supadodger

i solved this myself.

so in my main script the form name for the gui is $title

and then where it says click here for more information the shellexecute is $url

then on my builder script it asks for the title and url then writes them to the top of mainscript.au3 and compiles by calling aut2exe.

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