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I am running my compiled application as a console application and need to prevent any internal errors from being displayed as a gui message, but rather display it as a console message only. An example of such an error would be a bad array reference (out of bounds).
Does anyone know how to do this or point me in the right direction?
I normally launch things silently, but now I want to launch a batch (.cmd) file and have it run as normal displaying it's standard output to the user. Whether I use ShellExecuteWait or RunWait, the command prompt window is displayed, but the output is blank (although I know that the batch file is processing normally because it also produces a log file).
If this is because AutoIt is re-directing the standard I/O of the batch file/console window, is there a way I can bypass the I/O redirection?
I updated to the last version. Since then a lot of functions are not working. For instance expanding abbreviation. My au3abbrev.properties are correct and abbrev.properties are including both import lines. The abbreviation is red but won't expand. Neither with space nor Ctrl+B.
Debug to msgbox and console not working, list functions, jump to function, open include too.
SciTE Jump works. Block and box comment too.
I have the feeling all functions especially for autoit are not working.
Any help? Regards, Conrad
I have an app that rips .ts files, but I'm having a problem seeing the the error message ffmpeg is displaying because the console window closes right after the message is rendered.
If I manually type the equivalent command from the command line, the .ts file rips ok, so I'm guessing it's not the command itself that is the issue.
How do I get the console window to remain open when running it through my autoIt app?
Code in question...
Hello, I have a console application that works with command line arguments which I don't have its source code, & I want to create a GUI for it to make it easier.
My problem is how to make the GUI application calls the console application & handle its output results to display it in the GUI application with a progressbar or somthing ?
Please look at the "X265 Command Line Options"
MeGUI is only a GUI app for the cli apps :
Help me please