Autoit-Socket-IO is a event driven TCP/IP wrapper heavily inspired from Socket.IO with focus on user friendliness and long term sustainability.
I created this UDF because I was fascinated how Socket.IO made a such scary task "reliable and secure networking" so simple for the developer. So this was my main motivation.
I constantly want to make this UDF faster and better, so if you have any suggestions. Do not hesitate to make requests!
Flexiable and easy to understand API Above avarage documentation "Fully featured" examples Security in form of data encryption and middleware-support Limitations
Speed. Because I want this UDF to be as flexible and simple as possible. Sometimes speed is sacrificed, but that does not mean i don't try to . It is not possible to emit objects mainly because autoit does not support serialization. Only 1D-arrays can be emitted (2D arrays will probably never be supported) Success story
Since December 2017-now I have used version 1.5.0 in an production environment for 40+ clients with great success, the only downtime is planned windows updates and power outages.
Download the script from AutoIt or pull it from the official github repo email@example.com:tarreislam/Autoit-Socket-IO.git and checkout the tag 2.0.0 The documentation is located at Docs\index.html Take a look in the examples/ folder Changelog
Version 2.0.0 (This update break scripts. Please consult the upgrade.md for guidance)
All global internal variables has been renamed. Added a bunch of new API methods: _Io_RegisterMiddleware, _Io_whoAmI, _Io_IsClient, _Io_IsServer, _Io_getAllByProperty and _Io_getFirstByProperty and some more. Read more about these in the documentation. _Io_socketGetProperty now has a setter method called _Io_socketSetProperty which can be used to set custom properties. _Io_socketGetProperty now has a third parameter "default" which is used when a property is not found Removed _Io_setEventPostScript and _Io_setEventPretScript in favor of _Io_RegisterMiddleware Improved documentation (It still needs some love though) Improved the verbosity of _Io_DevDebug
Newest version (2019-09-29!)
Older versions (Not supported anymore)
Autoit-Socket-IO-1.0.0.zip Autoit-Socket-IO-1.1.0.zip Autoit-Socket-IO-1.3.0.zip Autoit-Socket-IO-1.4.0.zip Autoit-Socket-IO-1.5.0.zip
I started working on this program in the summer of 2008 then I stopped cause I faced some problems I couldn't overcome back then. Now that I've practiced more and have become a better scripter/programmer I'm releasing the program to the public to get some opinions. I know it's not a new concept but it's the first program I started besides some small stuff I did just for practice! I won't post the source code yet because it's still under construction, although I'm sure I've posted early stages of the code with bugs in the past in some topic...
What I wanted was a simple, small, serverless program that would work without installation cause I wanted it for where I work, so I ended up with this!
I have attached some images of various versions, also visit the forum thread.
The package includes s!mpL3 LAN Messenger and the full change log.
Current version 126.96.36.199! [04/07/2019]
Check the Change Log below!
Read the license before using this software.
edit: this is probably in the wrong place, can a moderator move it to wherever it belongs?
is there any way to completely disable TCPTimeout and make TCPRecv() wait indefinitely? maybe setting it to 0 or -1 or something?
the docs doesn't seem to mention any way to disable it
- the underlying C code would set SO_RCVTIMEO to 0 , aka
setsockopt(s, SOL_SOCKET, SO_RCVTIMEO, &timeout, sizeof(timeout));
After googling a large portion of my day away, I found I am stuck
I have purchased a rs485 usb dongle “USB to RS485 Converter Adapter ch340” to be exact
With a r421a08 Relay board. I can turn relays on and off using a python test script.
I would like to be able to send commands using autoit.
I have tried to use putty and send commands, but I have no idea how to do so.
If some one can give an example on how to turn on and off a relay, I would be much obliged.