AlexFing17

Is it possible to Bind an Exe file with Autoit scripts?

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hello ,

I want to know if its possible to bind exe file to autoIt script  into one file (result.exe)?

file1 is an autoIt program with scripts compiled into exe ( main program)

file2 is another exe file not programmed with autoit. "Duc.exe" (should be open when the main program is runned. 

 

is it possible to do this. so that when the final file is run. the duc runs.  and the autoit program still working depending on how i coded it. 

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#2 ·  Posted

See FileInstall function

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@AlexFing17 You can, of course, use FileInstall which adds your second file to the script at compile time. The second file is then copied out to the destination filesystem and you can run as you see fit. If you are looking for a "no temp file" option, look at the thread below. Be forewarned, it is not a simple process

 


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#4 ·  Posted

On 5/8/2017 at 6:11 PM, JLogan3o13 said:

@AlexFing17 You can, of course, use FileInstall which adds your second file to the script at compile time. The second file is then copied out to the destination filesystem and you can run as you see fit. If you are looking for a "no temp file" option, look at the thread below. Be forewarned, it is not a simple process

checking on that.but can you give a code just like that

 

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#5 ·  Posted

There is code in the thread, why do you need me to reproduce it here? Rather than just spoon-feeding you code, why not spend the time reading through the thread so you understand how it works?

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