.NET Common Language Runtime (CLR) Framework

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#61 ·  Posted


Using the WinSCP this way is the hard way ... Especially if you are not acquainted with .NET CLR.

I would recommend you to using either the traditional COM object approach :



Or the PowerShell .NET way.

I will see if I can make an example using the PS .NET way. But it will no be soon though ...



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#62 ·  Posted

Many thanks PTrex for replying so promptly - the reference to the UDF option is really useful.


Many thanks


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#63 ·  Posted

Hi @ptrex, if it possible to use your framework to add .Net control "MenuStrip" to AutoIt form.

I posted the question here:

Thank you in advance!

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#65 ·  Posted (edited)

Thanks for your reply! @ptrex

The Ribbon is a nice option, but it doesn't have the MenuStrip like style I want. The MenuStrip is just a standard menu with better looking skin.

If is possible for you to show me an example of how to add a .Net Control to AutoIt GUI (not on WinForm).

Edited by wuruoyu

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#66 ·  Posted (edited)

There is no way that I know to get .NET controls on AutoIT GUI's ?  Where did you pick this up ?

The examples shown here is the opposite ... AutoIT controls on WinForms.

Sorry if this was not clear.

According to me you are just looking for this ? 


Edited by ptrex

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#67 ·  Posted

As an idea: An interesting approach for this development would be to some how build a layer into scite using some special config file where known function calls can be switched (#UseCLR) to using CLR , for instance porting the simple Basic File I/O functions at first which is significant, then move on from there .., might get more interested and get the development speed to where it should be ..

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