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(Solved) AutoItX3.lib

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Posted (edited)

Please excuse me, I have not used AutoItx3 for a while.

I'm wanting to use the dll interface, but I cannot locate the .lib file.

Where in the world is it?

EDIT:

No matter, I found a copy on a backup disc.

Edited by JohnOne

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Can you tell me where do you found it?

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I just found it in a backup of one of my old projects.

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Posted (edited)

Yes! But for me, where can i find it???

Ok, i made some searches, ad it seems the libautoitx3.a is missing from AutoIt 3.8.xx

So, can you please post the old version that you have?

Thanks

Edited by matwachich

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I do not have that file.

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I haven't seen the lib file lately. You can always use dynamic linkage.

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Posted

Found it in AutoIt 3.3.6.1 sfx here

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Found it in AutoIt 3.3.6.1

Has there been any change to autoitx since 3.3.6.1?

likewise, I want to use the static version, and Im wondering if this is the solution.

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Posted

BUMP.

i want to statically link autoitx.

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Don't think you can.

The static lib provided by the AutoIt Dev's is for dynamic link, ask them for a static lib (but I don't think they will accept)

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Static libs are for static linking. There's no such thing as a static dynamic link.

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But in order to use AutoItX.dll, you must link with libautoitx3.a

When you compile a dll on GCC for example, you get the dll itself, and a static lib to use the dll. If you don't link the static lib, the dll won't work.

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You can use AutoItX.dll using pure dynamic linking. That doesn't require any kind of secondary file.

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Yes, but in this case, you must play with function pointers.

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Is that a problem?

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