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Here is a small package I set up to compile autoit plugins using Tiny C Compiler. Ever since ward posted his Inline C code, Ive been in love with TCC. Its so small. 71KB! Thats just crazy. Anyway it makes a great little portable compiler.

To use is very easy. Just drop the c source on the PluginCompiler.exe and walla, the file will be linked, compiled to a dll, and then compressed with UPX. Then just open up the autoit examples to test. ;)

Included in the zip is 3 plugin examples and autoit examples to go along with them. One is the original example written by Jon that comes with the Plugin SDK. The second one is a ListViewSort example that was originally written by arcker. And the third is a SetConsoleColor() written by LiveOnTheFly. That last one I liked alot. Im surprized he never posted an example to go with his plugin.

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Let me know if you have any problems. Thanks for looking :)

Easy Plugin Compiler.html

Note: The .html link is just to help me keep track of downloads. Open the .html file and a download dialog will display.

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Plugin support has been removed from AutoIt, this wouldn't have worked anyways.

If I posted any code, assume that code was written using the latest release version unless stated otherwise. Also, if it doesn't work on XP I can't help with that because I don't have access to XP, and I'm not going to.
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