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2 Questions about "Use UPX" with "Compile X64 version"

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kara2004

Q1:

If I use "Use UPX" with "Compile X64 version" the output file is created but not packed (Autoit 3.3.10.2)

Manually compressing the output using upx.exe works fine (as read in older topics, upx previously doesn't work on x64)

Why is this feature not implemented with x64-files?

Q2:

Manually adding upx with

"#AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_After="C:Program files(x86AutoIt3Aut2Exeupx.exe" -9 "%out%""
 

gets the following error:

">Running:"C:Program files(x86AutoIt3Aut2Exeupx.exe" -9 "E:AutoIT_skripteswAutoInstall.exe"
Der Befehl "C:Program" ist entweder falsch geschrieben oder
konnte nicht gefunden werden.
>"C:Program files(x86AutoIt3Aut2Exeupx.exe" -9 "E:AutoIT_skripteswAutoInstall.exe" Ended   rc:1"

What's wrong ?

Thanks

kara2004

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UEZ

Copy UPX.exe to c:WindowsSysWOW64 or add the path c:Program Files (x86)AutoIt3Aut2Exe to the path environment variable.

Further you can use

#AutoIt3Wrapper_UseUpx=y
#AutoIt3Wrapper_UPX_Parameters=--best --lzma

to enable UPX (requires the SciTE full package).

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Q1: This is something which still needs to be implemented,   I guess.

Q2: you are missing a ")" in your command line and need enclose the whole line with "":

#AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_After=""C:\Program Files (x86)\AutoIt3\Aut2Exe\upx.exe" -9 "%out%""

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kara2004

Tested and UPX now works using the latest AU3Wrapper.

The path to UPX in Q2 was correct (error while deleting and rewriting during the tests), but enclosing the whole command in quotes works, too (but is no longer needed)

Thanks a lot for the quick reply and the solutions, Jos

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