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Where to find autoitx3.lib?

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VioletGiraffe

Hello,

I must be missing something obvious, but I can't find the said library file that I need to use AutoItX. It's surely nowhere in the folder I've installed AutoIt3 to. Please advise.

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Shouldn't it be AutoItx3.dll?


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Valik

There's a library file for static linking. It's in the AutoItX directory.

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Richard Robertson

The lib file has been missing for a very long time. You can no longer statically link the dll.

Edit: When was the lib re-added?

Edited by Richard Robertson

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Valik

I was unaware that it was no longer added. AutoItX is Jon's bitch.

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VioletGiraffe

So I should link everything dynamically? That sucks, but I can do, thanks!

However, it's weird that header file doesn't seem to have typedefs for AutoitX functions.

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VioletGiraffe

Thanks! That's how I thought it's done (although I never actually had to do it before).

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twitchyliquid64

Whilst we are on the topic AutoItX, can I ask if it is still being maintained? Do the functions in the DLL still have behaviour congruent to that of AutoIt itself?

Any Chance of adding more of AutoIt's builtins to it? Maybe expose an interface to the interpreter itself?

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trancexx

No? No. No? No.

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Richard Robertson

I'd say trance is right. AutoItX hasn't been touched in a long time.

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Jon

There's not much to touch aside from function level bug fixes. Most of the new code that goes into AutoIt is language improvements which don't apply. Personally, I've always thought AutoItX was the most interesting part of AutoIt. Especially for corporates which sometimes mandate that any scripts should be supportable and written in VBScript/PowerShell. I actually wanted to redo it from scratch as well so that it works as a Powershell applet or something.

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