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Is there another way to compile the scripts into executables without using the upx program packer?

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AutoChris

Is there another way to compile the scripts into executables without using the upx program packer?

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Take a gander at this.

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jpm

Is there another way to compile the scripts into executables without using the upx program packer?

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Just use the beta version you will see in the compression menu a way to not use UPX ;)

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Just use the beta version you will see in the compression menu a way to not use UPX ;)

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may I ask where I can find that? In beta .74, there are the following compression levels: Lowest to Highest. There in no "No compression" ....

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Kurt


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B3TA_SCR1PT3R

cant you run upx from command line or something..ive seen somewhere

something like:

upx -infile -outfile
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jpm

may I ask where I can find that? In beta .74, there are the following compression levels: Lowest to Highest. There in no "No compression" ....

Cheers

Kurt

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It is in the official release reloaded with new icons. Not sure Jon delivered it.

Anyway it is not in the beta due a bad Jon mistake who destroy the source.

For the timebeing he is not able to recover. It is working on a new version that's will solve the signing of a compiled script and also make antivirus more reliable

Sorry for the wrong info

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