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Hi. 

I have Code Blocks installed and nothing much to do with it... :(

Welcome to Code::Blocks 13.12!
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I get this error when compiling the Hello, World!.c ...

#include "#1 - Hello, World!.h"

// Globals

// Script entry
int main() {

au3_consolewrite(string_variant(L"Hello, World from machine code AutoIt!"));


return 0;
}
______________________________
Build log:

mingw32-gcc.exe   -c "C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\test\__build\#1 - Hello, World!.c" -o "C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\test\__build\#1 - Hello, World!.o"
mingw32-g++.exe  -o "C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\test\__build\#1 - Hello, World!.exe" "C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\test\__build\#1 - Hello, World!.o"   
C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\test\__build\#1 - Hello, World!.o:#1 - Hello, World!.c:(.text+0x16): undefined reference to `string_variant'
C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\test\__build\#1 - Hello, World!.o:#1 - Hello, World!.c:(.text+0x22): undefined reference to `au3_consolewrite'
collect2.exe: error: ld returned 1 exit status
Process terminated with status 1 (0 minute(s), 0 second(s))
2 error(s), 0 warning(s) (0 minute(s), 0 second(s))

Perhaps the ChakraCore.dll is in the wrong place? 

Skysnake

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43 minutes ago, Skysnake said:

Perhaps the ChakraCore.dll is in the wrong place? 

Okay, so the ChakraCore.dll has nothing to do with the actual C code compilation process - it's used to execute the parser used to convert AutoIt code to C. You got the resulting C code, so ChakraCore had done its job.

And with the build, the reason why it doesn't work is the fact that the C files from CompileIt's include/ directory had not been compiled with the input source code.

So, I would recommend using the CompileIt.exe for compiling those scripts.

But if you find Code::Blocks more comfortable, just add the files from CompileIt's include/ directory to your project. The build should continue just fine.

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:)

Got this far

-------------- Build: Debug in CompileItExample (compiler: GNU GCC Compiler)---------------

mingw32-gcc.exe -Wall -g  -c "C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\project\#1 - Hello, World!.c" -o "obj\Debug\#1 - Hello, World!.o"
mingw32-gcc.exe -Wall -g  -c C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\project\AutoItFuncs.c -o obj\Debug\AutoItFuncs.o
C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\project\AutoItFuncs.c: In function 'au3_stringlen':
C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\project\AutoItFuncs.c:32:5: warning: passing argument 1 of 'wcslen' from incompatible pointer type [enabled by default]
     return int_variant(wcslen(vt.data_ptr));
     ^
In file included from C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\project\AutoItFuncs.c:4:0:
c:\program files (x86)\codeblocks\mingw\include\string.h:133:40: note: expected 'const wchar_t *' but argument is of type 'int *'
 _CRTIMP size_t __cdecl __MINGW_NOTHROW wcslen (const wchar_t*);
                                        ^
C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\project\AutoItFuncs.c: In function 'au3_stringreverse':
C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\project\AutoItFuncs.c:38:5: warning: passing argument 1 of 'wcsrev' from incompatible pointer type [enabled by default]
     return string_variant(wcsrev(vt.data_ptr));
     ^
In file included from C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\project\AutoItFuncs.c:4:0:
c:\program files (x86)\codeblocks\mingw\include\string.h:185:42: note: expected 'wchar_t *' but argument is of type 'int *'
 _CRTIMP wchar_t* __cdecl __MINGW_NOTHROW wcsrev (wchar_t*);
                                          ^
C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\project\AutoItFuncs.c: In function 'au3_stringcompare':
C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\project\AutoItFuncs.c:44:5: warning: passing argument 1 of 'wcscmpi' from incompatible pointer type [enabled by default]
     return int_variant(wcscmpi(vt1.data_ptr, vt2.data_ptr));
     ^
In file included from C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\project\AutoItFuncs.c:4:0:
c:\program files (x86)\codeblocks\mingw\include\string.h:173:29: note: expected 'const wchar_t *' but argument is of type 'int *'
 int __cdecl __MINGW_NOTHROW wcscmpi (const wchar_t * __ws1, const wchar_t * __ws2);
                             ^
C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\project\AutoItFuncs.c:44:5: warning: passing argument 2 of 'wcscmpi' from incompatible pointer type [enabled by default]
     return int_variant(wcscmpi(vt1.data_ptr, vt2.data_ptr));
     ^
In file included from C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\project\AutoItFuncs.c:4:0:
c:\program files (x86)\codeblocks\mingw\include\string.h:173:29: note: expected 'const wchar_t *' but argument is of type 'int *'
 int __cdecl __MINGW_NOTHROW wcscmpi (const wchar_t * __ws1, const wchar_t * __ws2);
                             ^
mingw32-gcc.exe -Wall -g  -c C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\project\CompileIt.c -o obj\Debug\CompileIt.o
C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\project\CompileIt.c: In function 'variant_getstring':
C:\AutoIt\CompileIt\project\CompileIt.c:86:9: warning: return makes pointer from integer without a cast [enabled by default]
         return *((wchar_t*)vt.data_ptr);
         ^
mingw32-g++.exe  -o bin\Debug\CompileItExample.exe "obj\Debug\#1 - Hello, World!.o" obj\Debug\AutoItFuncs.o obj\Debug\CompileIt.o   
Output file is bin\Debug\CompileItExample.exe with size 53.05 KB
Process terminated with status 0 (0 minute(s), 0 second(s))
0 error(s), 5 warning(s) (0 minute(s), 0 second(s))

My cbp project file

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes" ?>
<CodeBlocks_project_file>
	<FileVersion major="1" minor="6" />
	<Project>
		<Option title="CompileItExample" />
		<Option pch_mode="2" />
		<Option compiler="gcc" />
		<Build>
			<Target title="Debug">
				<Option output="bin/Debug/CompileItExample" prefix_auto="1" extension_auto="1" />
				<Option object_output="obj/Debug/" />
				<Option type="1" />
				<Option compiler="gcc" />
				<Compiler>
					<Add option="-g" />
				</Compiler>
			</Target>
			<Target title="Release">
				<Option output="bin/Release/CompileItExample" prefix_auto="1" extension_auto="1" />
				<Option object_output="obj/Release/" />
				<Option type="1" />
				<Option compiler="gcc" />
				<Compiler>
					<Add option="-O2" />
				</Compiler>
				<Linker>
					<Add option="-s" />
				</Linker>
			</Target>
		</Build>
		<Compiler>
			<Add option="-Wall" />
		</Compiler>
		<Extensions>
			<code_completion />
			<envvars />
			<debugger />
			<lib_finder disable_auto="1" />
		</Extensions>
	</Project>
</CodeBlocks_project_file>

which results in

compileIt.png

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Skysnake

 

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21 minutes ago, Deye said:

So this potentially will have faster execution times to what it can support so far

Well, according to some simple tests I performed while developing new features, CompileIt reached about 2x faster execution. But when I got to loops with a lot of iterations, it sometimes executed slower than AutoIt, because the whole thing is not optimized in any way.

But then again, let us wait and maybe things will change :)

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Development suggestion? My problem is this: the compiled EXE is so fast, its almost impossible to see it processing...  Suggested solution: include a standard "filewrite" option to write to disk during execution.  Much like AutoIt's FileWrite or FileWriteLog functions.  Then one can trace the EXE activity.

Perhaps there is a different/better solution?

:)


 

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1 hour ago, Skysnake said:

Development suggestion? My problem is this: the compiled EXE is so fast, its almost impossible to see it processing...  Suggested solution: include a standard "filewrite" option to write to disk during execution.  Much like AutoIt's FileWrite or FileWriteLog functions.  Then one can trace the EXE activity.

Perhaps there is a different/better solution?

:)


 

File manipulation/creation functions are on the to-do list, but first I want to make sure that Strings are more functional (for example, adding the & operator).

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WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 25 (expression) State 15 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' 31 | '(' expression • ')' '?' shift, and go to state 17 "And" shift, and go to state 18 "Or" shift, and go to state 19 '<' shift, and go to state 20 '>' shift, and go to state 21 "<=" shift, and go to state 22 ">=" shift, and go to state 23 '=' shift, and go to state 24 "<>" shift, and go to state 25 "==" shift, and go to state 26 '&' shift, and go to state 27 '+' shift, and go to state 28 '-' shift, and go to state 29 '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 ')' shift, and go to state 38 State 16 0 $accept: top $end • $default accept State 17 9 expression: expression '?' • expression ':' expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 39 State 18 10 expression: expression "And" • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 40 State 19 11 expression: expression "Or" • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 41 State 20 12 expression: expression '<' • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 42 State 21 13 expression: expression '>' • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 43 State 22 15 expression: expression "<=" • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 44 State 23 16 expression: expression ">=" • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 45 State 24 14 expression: expression '=' • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 46 State 25 17 expression: expression "<>" • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 47 State 26 18 expression: expression "==" • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 48 State 27 19 expression: expression '&' • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 49 State 28 20 expression: expression '+' • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 50 State 29 21 expression: expression '-' • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 51 State 30 22 expression: expression '*' • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 52 State 31 23 expression: expression '/' • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 53 State 32 24 expression: expression '^' • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 54 State 33 27 expression: expression '.' • WORD WORD shift, and go to state 55 State 34 28 expression: expression '[' • expression ']' NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 56 State 35 29 expression: expression '(' • expression_list ')' 30 | expression '(' • ')' NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 ')' shift, and go to state 57 expression go to state 11 expression_list go to state 58 State 36 34 expression_list: expression_list '\n' • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 59 State 37 33 expression_list: expression_list ',' • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 60 State 38 31 expression: '(' expression ')' • $default reduce using rule 31 (expression) State 39 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 9 | expression '?' expression • ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '?' shift, and go to state 17 ':' shift, and go to state 61 "And" shift, and go to state 18 "Or" shift, and go to state 19 '<' shift, and go to state 20 '>' shift, and go to state 21 "<=" shift, and go to state 22 ">=" shift, and go to state 23 '=' shift, and go to state 24 "<>" shift, and go to state 25 "==" shift, and go to state 26 '&' shift, and go to state 27 '+' shift, and go to state 28 '-' shift, and go to state 29 '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 State 40 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 10 | expression "And" expression • 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '<' shift, and go to state 20 '>' shift, and go to state 21 "<=" shift, and go to state 22 ">=" shift, and go to state 23 '=' shift, and go to state 24 "<>" shift, and go to state 25 "==" shift, and go to state 26 '&' shift, and go to state 27 '+' shift, and go to state 28 '-' shift, and go to state 29 '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 10 (expression) State 41 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 11 | expression "Or" expression • 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '<' shift, and go to state 20 '>' shift, and go to state 21 "<=" shift, and go to state 22 ">=" shift, and go to state 23 '=' shift, and go to state 24 "<>" shift, and go to state 25 "==" shift, and go to state 26 '&' shift, and go to state 27 '+' shift, and go to state 28 '-' shift, and go to state 29 '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 11 (expression) State 42 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 12 | expression '<' expression • 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '&' shift, and go to state 27 '+' shift, and go to state 28 '-' shift, and go to state 29 '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 12 (expression) State 43 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 13 | expression '>' expression • 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '&' shift, and go to state 27 '+' shift, and go to state 28 '-' shift, and go to state 29 '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 13 (expression) State 44 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 15 | expression "<=" expression • 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '&' shift, and go to state 27 '+' shift, and go to state 28 '-' shift, and go to state 29 '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 15 (expression) State 45 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 16 | expression ">=" expression • 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '&' shift, and go to state 27 '+' shift, and go to state 28 '-' shift, and go to state 29 '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 16 (expression) State 46 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 14 | expression '=' expression • 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '&' shift, and go to state 27 '+' shift, and go to state 28 '-' shift, and go to state 29 '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 14 (expression) State 47 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 17 | expression "<>" expression • 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '&' shift, and go to state 27 '+' shift, and go to state 28 '-' shift, and go to state 29 '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 17 (expression) State 48 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 18 | expression "==" expression • 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '&' shift, and go to state 27 '+' shift, and go to state 28 '-' shift, and go to state 29 '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 18 (expression) State 49 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 19 | expression '&' expression • 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '+' shift, and go to state 28 '-' shift, and go to state 29 '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 19 (expression) State 50 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 20 | expression '+' expression • 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 20 (expression) State 51 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 21 | expression '-' expression • 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 21 (expression) State 52 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 22 | expression '*' expression • 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 22 (expression) State 53 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 23 | expression '/' expression • 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 23 (expression) State 54 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 24 | expression '^' expression • 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 24 (expression) State 55 27 expression: expression '.' WORD • $default reduce using rule 27 (expression) State 56 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 28 | expression '[' expression • ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' '?' shift, and go to state 17 "And" shift, and go to state 18 "Or" shift, and go to state 19 '<' shift, and go to state 20 '>' shift, and go to state 21 "<=" shift, and go to state 22 ">=" shift, and go to state 23 '=' shift, and go to state 24 "<>" shift, and go to state 25 "==" shift, and go to state 26 '&' shift, and go to state 27 '+' shift, and go to state 28 '-' shift, and go to state 29 '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 ']' shift, and go to state 62 State 57 30 expression: expression '(' ')' • $default reduce using rule 30 (expression) State 58 29 expression: expression '(' expression_list • ')' 33 expression_list: expression_list • ',' expression 34 | expression_list • '\n' expression '\n' shift, and go to state 36 ')' shift, and go to state 63 ',' shift, and go to state 37 State 59 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' 34 expression_list: expression_list '\n' expression • '?' shift, and go to state 17 "And" shift, and go to state 18 "Or" shift, and go to state 19 '<' shift, and go to state 20 '>' shift, and go to state 21 "<=" shift, and go to state 22 ">=" shift, and go to state 23 '=' shift, and go to state 24 "<>" shift, and go to state 25 "==" shift, and go to state 26 '&' shift, and go to state 27 '+' shift, and go to state 28 '-' shift, and go to state 29 '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 34 (expression_list) State 60 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' 33 expression_list: expression_list ',' expression • '?' shift, and go to state 17 "And" shift, and go to state 18 "Or" shift, and go to state 19 '<' shift, and go to state 20 '>' shift, and go to state 21 "<=" shift, and go to state 22 ">=" shift, and go to state 23 '=' shift, and go to state 24 "<>" shift, and go to state 25 "==" shift, and go to state 26 '&' shift, and go to state 27 '+' shift, and go to state 28 '-' shift, and go to state 29 '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 33 (expression_list) State 61 9 expression: expression '?' expression ':' • expression NUMBER shift, and go to state 1 STRING shift, and go to state 2 BOOL shift, and go to state 3 WORD shift, and go to state 4 MACRO shift, and go to state 5 VARIABLE shift, and go to state 6 '-' shift, and go to state 7 "Not" shift, and go to state 8 '(' shift, and go to state 9 expression go to state 64 State 62 28 expression: expression '[' expression ']' • $default reduce using rule 28 (expression) State 63 29 expression: expression '(' expression_list ')' • $default reduce using rule 29 (expression) State 64 9 expression: expression • '?' expression ':' expression 9 | expression '?' expression ':' expression • 10 | expression • "And" expression 11 | expression • "Or" expression 12 | expression • '<' expression 13 | expression • '>' expression 14 | expression • '=' expression 15 | expression • "<=" expression 16 | expression • ">=" expression 17 | expression • "<>" expression 18 | expression • "==" expression 19 | expression • '&' expression 20 | expression • '+' expression 21 | expression • '-' expression 22 | expression • '*' expression 23 | expression • '/' expression 24 | expression • '^' expression 27 | expression • '.' WORD 28 | expression • '[' expression ']' 29 | expression • '(' expression_list ')' 30 | expression • '(' ')' "And" shift, and go to state 18 "Or" shift, and go to state 19 '<' shift, and go to state 20 '>' shift, and go to state 21 "<=" shift, and go to state 22 ">=" shift, and go to state 23 '=' shift, and go to state 24 "<>" shift, and go to state 25 "==" shift, and go to state 26 '&' shift, and go to state 27 '+' shift, and go to state 28 '-' shift, and go to state 29 '*' shift, and go to state 30 '/' shift, and go to state 31 '^' shift, and go to state 32 '.' shift, and go to state 33 '[' shift, and go to state 34 '(' shift, and go to state 35 $default reduce using rule 9 (expression) And finally a minimal reproduction of the issue I'm facing:
      TheDcoder@arch /m/d/P/C/E/build (master)> eci 1\n2 Starting parse Entering state 0 Stack now 0 Reading a token Next token is token NUMBER () Shifting token NUMBER () Entering state 1 Stack now 0 1 Reducing stack by rule 4 (line 130): $1 = token NUMBER () -> $$ = nterm expression () Entering state 11 Stack now 0 11 Reading a token Next token is token NL () Reducing stack by rule 32 (line 168): $1 = nterm expression () -> $$ = nterm expression_list () Entering state 12 Stack now 0 12 Next token is token NL () Reducing stack by rule 2 (line 126): $1 = nterm expression_list () { "op": "No Operation", "args": [ 1.0 ] } -> $$ = nterm top () Entering state 10 Stack now 0 10 Next token is token NL () 2: syntax error at Error: popping nterm top () Stack now 0 Cleanup: discarding lookahead token NL () Stack now 0 Now I will explain the issue:
      I am trying to parse several different expressions and construct an "expression list" from them, however my parser immediately reduces the first expression to the "top" rule, but what I want is for it to make an "expression_list" which combines the following expression which is separated by a NL.
      This fact can be observed in the debug output from the reproduction script parse attempt, after the parser enters state 12 it immediately uses rule 2 to reduce to "top", but what we want is for it to use rule 34 and reduce to another "expression_list".
      The reason why I think this happens is because the reduction to top simply consumes less tokens and satisfies the parser, and as far as I can tell there is no way to force Bison to be "greedy" when reducing an "expression_list".
      So I'm unsure how to proceed further, I think we have to change the parser but I do not know how. I tried some silly things (like making another "super_top" non-terminal etc.) but those don't compile and produce a ton of conflicts 😕
    • By TheDcoder
      Hi, I thought I would never post a C/WinAPI related question in this forum ever, but here we are after a few years and me having learnt enough of C to write a basic console program
      My issue is that I am trying to read my child process's stdout output but ReadFile never returns if the child exits or if it is killed... very strange , I have been trying to work my way around this. The options I can think of are:
      Create a new thread and check for existance of the process constantly while reading Somehow make the pipe asynchronous (overlapped) so that I can read it in a non-blocking manner Fix ReadFile to return when the process ends Obviously I would prefer No. 3, I just want to make my program work. Here is my code if you guys want to take a look:
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      I appriciate the help of the WinAPI gurus here, thanks in advance!
    • By argumentum
      AutoIt Machine Code Algorithm Collection
      By Ward, November 11, 2010 in AutoIt Example Scripts 
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      Checksum   CRC16   CRC32   ADLER32 Compression   FastLZ   LZF   LZMA   LZMAT   MiniLZO   QuickLZ Encode   Base64   ARC4   XXTEA   DES   AES Hash   Checksums (CRC16/CRC32/ADLER32)   MD2   MD4   MD5   SHA1   SHA2 (SHA224/256/384/512)   SHA3 Candidates     BLAKE     BMW (Blue Midnight Wish)     CUBEHASH     ECHO     SHABAL     SKEIN Some points to mention:
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    • By Dreamfire
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    • By Earthshine
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