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I think you forgot to update the "update.dat" file for the 3.1.1.110 version.

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Thanks

You right I close the ftp to quickly the upload was not done :">

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03th March, 2006 - v3.1.1.111 (beta)

Fixed : #include recursion depth enforced. (by Valik)

Changed : #include search algorithm updated to be more consistent. (by Valik)

Added : Documented #include search order. (by Valik)

Updated : Some doc precision about IsDeclared(), Assign(), Eval(). (by Valik)

Fixed : GuiCtrlCreatePic w=h=0. (Thanks MvGulik)

Fixed : @OSVERSION for WIN_XP running under X64 edition. I hope. (Thanks The Kandie Man)

Fixed : Hidden input control previously associated with updown control badly displayed during reshowing. (Thanks WFC)

Fixed : comparison case insensitive accentuated upper case. (Thanks Guillermo)

Fixed : GUICreate $WS_CHILD+$WS_VISIBLE w=0 or h=0 lead to crash AutoIt. (Thanks Valik)

Updated : v1.54 (23 February 2006)

- Added _GuiCtrlEditFind to GUIEDIT.AU3: - Find/Replace text in an Edit control. (gafrost)

- Added _FileWriteToLine to FILE.AU3: Writes text to a specific line in a file. (cdkid)

Updated : v1.55 (2 March 2006)

- Updated INetSmtpMail(),allow the "EHLO" to be send. (JPM)

- Added Attribute to _GUICtrlComboAddDir, _GUICtrlListAddDir. (gafrost)

- Added _GUICtrlListViewSetColumnHeaderText() to GuiListView. (gafrost)

Due to new #include search algorithm some problems can occurs with AU3Check.

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10th March, 2006 - v3.1.1.112 (beta)

Fixed : ObjEvent help example. (Thanks cdkid)

Updated : Aut2Exe, Exe2Aut new compression algorithm. (by Jon)

Fixed : FileFindFirst doc precision about wilcards. (Thanks HfX)

Fixed : DriveMapDel /DriveMapAdd interaction. (Thanks MadBoy)

Fixed : Doc optional parameter setting. (Thanks MvGulik)

Fixed : GUICtrlDelete Doc remarks. (Thanks datskat)

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I extracted the ZIP like I always do.

But since today's version, compiling scripts does not work.

I mean: the new EXEs crash when run.

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AutoIt Error

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Line 1 (File ".\Sudoku.exe"):

MZ

MZ^ ERROR

Error: Unable to parse line.

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OK

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I extracted the ZIP like I always do.

But since today's version, compiling scripts does not work.

I mean: the new EXEs crash when run.

Looks like the new AUT2EXE is missing from the ZIP file...

Try it with this version ...


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17th March, 2006 - v3.1.1.114 (beta)

Fixed : StdxxxYyy PID reuse. (Thanks reggy, fixed by DaveF)

Fixed : RegRead MULTI_REG_SZ malformed key. (Thanks SvenP)

Fixed : Not updating anymore the official include dir. Use RemoveIcludeBeta.bat in beta\include\3.1.1 if you want to clean the official include folder.

Fixed : RegWrite Doc clarification.

Fixed : examples referring GUICtrlCreateCombo with wrong size for Win2K SP4. (Thanks wooltown)

Changed : the default setting on Au3info so that it doesn't highlight controls. (by Jon)

Fixed : Some doc cleaning about cursor/arrow. (Thanks greenmachine)

Fixed : StringLeft,StringRight doc typos. (Thanks Torment)

Fixed : For Next with boundary,stepping being a string (no conversion to integer). (Thanks neogia)

Updated : v1.56 (15 March 2006)

- Updated _GUICtrlListViewSort Helpfile example. (gafrost)

- Updated _GUICtrlCombo examples updated to proper heigth. (gafrost)

- Updated GUIComboau3. Added #include <GUIConstants.au3>. (andyswarbs)

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23th March, 2006 - v3.1.1.115 (beta)

Fixed : For Next with boundary,stepping being a string (no conversion to Float). (Thanks Jon, fixed by Jon))

Fixed : AutoIt3.exe high density icon. (by Jon)

Fixed : GUICtrlRegisterListViewSort() and some issues while script pausing. (by holger)

Changed : GUICtrlRegisterListViewSort() parameters maximum are 4 - less are OK. (by holger)

Fixed : ControlSetText() (backchange to normal behaviour before beta 3.1.1.73) (by holger)

Fixed : GUISetState(@SW_UNLOCK) force repainting.

Fixed : Internal cleaning of Send/ControlSend(), SendKeyDownDelay =5 by default. (by Jon)

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26th March, 2006 - v3.1.1.116 (beta)

Added : StringRegExp Tutorial (by neogia)

Added : DllCall :cdecl or :stdcall thanks Jon now JPM can debug SQLite scripts (by Jon)

Updated : v1.57 (19 March 2006)

- Updated : GUICtrlTreeView

* Changed _GUICtrlTreeViewExpand (Parent GUI handle no longer needed) (Holger)

* Renamed _GUICtrlTreeViewItemGetTree to _GUICtrlTreeViewGetTree !!! (Holger)

* Added _GUICtrlTreeViewGetState (Holger)

* Added _GUICtrlTreeViewGetText (Holger)

* Added _GUICtrlTreeViewInsertItem (Holger)

* Added _GUICtrlTreeViewSetIcon (Holger)

* Added _GUICtrlTreeViewSetState (Holger)

* Added _GUICtrlTreeViewSetText (Holger)

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31th March, 2006 - v3.1.1.117 (beta)

Added : Value to TrayMenuMode (Option) to turn off auto radio menuitem checking (Thanks greenmachine, by holger)

Fixed : GUICtrlSetState $GUI_SHOW on tab with $TCS_BUTTON style. (Thanks DaLiMan, fixed by holger)

Fixed : GUICtrlCreateMonthCal positioning. (Thanks CyberSlug)

Fixed : ProcessWait, ProcessWaitClose, TrayTip timeout unit doc precision. (Thanks Confuzzled)

Fixed : CmdLine[] limited to 63 parameters. (Thanks Everdream Corp, CyberSlug)

Updated : "Check for Updates" (AutoUpdateIt) display the current install beta.(by strik3r0475)

Updated : TCPSend/TCPRecv Doc Examples. (by Larry)

Fixed : Bad tabitem creation when no tab defined.

Fixed : Bad combo disable 16-bit color under W2K. (Thanks Wooltown)

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31th March, 2006 - v3.1.1.117 (beta)

Fixed : GUICtrlSetState $GUI_SHOW on tab with $TCS_BUTTON style. (Thanks DaLiMan, fixed by holger)

YESSS!!! it works!!!! :)

Thanx for the fix guy's!!! :mellow:

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@jpm

Why not adding AutoUpdateIt as compiled version to start menu. I know anyone can compile it and put it there by themselfs.. but why not doing it by default instalation? Shouldn't be too hard and would surely be very usefull, especially for ppl that didn't realy payed attention what's in extras :)


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@jpm

Why not adding AutoUpdateIt as compiled version to start menu. I know anyone can compile it and put it there by themselfs.. but why not doing it by default instalation? Shouldn't be too hard and would surely be very usefull, especially for ppl that didn't realy payed attention what's in extras :)

if you do that you'll need to give the option to have it there or not.


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Isn't it already there? Albeit in an un-compiled version, but why does this matter? By definition if you're updating AutoIt, you must have it installed in the first place!

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Isn't it already there? Albeit in an un-compiled version, but why does this matter? By definition if you're updating AutoIt, you must have it installed in the first place!

I meant the option of having it in the Start menu, and I update autoit using the zip files, I prefer not to use any update programs.


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Isn't it already there? Albeit in an un-compiled version, but why does this matter? By definition if you're updating AutoIt, you must have it installed in the first place!

yes i know you must have it there by default. i just think it would be easier to use. especially that a lot of ppl doesn't read changelog, or later on a lot of ppl that just joined forum will not notice there's something lik autoupdater. i check for changelog/beta version every day.. but there are a lot of ppl that doesn't. so introducing it as default and adding it to menu would be nice idea. it was just a suggestion, as i will still probably do it manually. I'll leave it up to you guys.


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People who don't read the changelog shouldn't be using beta software. People not keeping up with what's changing are almost not worth the effort. On one hand, they might find bugs and report them faster than if they wouldn't have participated. On the other hand, they might find changed features and report them as bugs when they are not. They also might request features that are already implemented. I see both of these happening quite a bit, and far too many times it has been some of the veteran forum members who should know better.

As has already been pointed out, in order to have the update script, AutoIt must at least be installed. Presumably, the script will always work with the version of AutoIt it is installed with so running it by hand is pretty safe. Not to mention the installer provides a shortcut for it. The alternative - compiling it - is a waste of space. The AutoIt interpreter is already sitting right there, there's no need to compile the script which will provide the third copy of the same core code (AutoIt3.exe and AutoItSC.bin are the other two).

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