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PSPad4AutoIt3 v2.0.0 beta (2021-04-16)
All parts are freeware.
PSPad4AutoIt3 consists of the Editor PSPad and the Improvement Kit, and can be used as an portable editor IDE for AutoIt3.
The author of the PSPad Editor is Jan Fiala.
I (Professor Bernd) am only the author of the Improvement Kit.
This is the first fully portable version of PSPad4AutoIt3.
There are a lot of changes and new features, e.g.
- a separate AutoIt3 menu in the PSPad main menu,
- the shortcuts are SciTE-like,
- Tidy for Au3,
- in CallTipViewer a recognition for writing "(",
- a dialog for registering file extensions with Pau3,
- a nice about dialog in "90s style",
- the CodeExplorer can now be displayed together with the FavTools on the right side,
( so the panel on the left side can be completely hidden )
- and much more ...
See here for details
All in all a lot has been done and it is worth to have a look Praise, criticism, ideas, tips and hints on bugs are welcome. Have fun with the new features!
Thank you very much,
Special thanks for the friendly support goes to:
Jan Fiala (Author of PSPad)
Jos van der Zande (Author of AutoIt3Wrapper, Tidy, ...)
alpines (suggestions, ideas, testing, design for syntax colors, develop routines)
argumentum (feedback, suggestions, ideas)
AspirinJunkie (RegExp pattern, ideas and code snippets)
Bitnugger (suggestions, ideas and code snippets)
BugFix (suggestions, ideas and code snippets)
Gun-Food (for making it possible to publish the project here)
LarsJ (VBScript<->AutoIt communication, …)
Musashi (suggestions and ideas)
Credits for many other contributors can be found in the Pau3 About dialog.
PSPad4AutoIt3 v2.1.0 beta - Update (2021-05-02)
See here for details v2.1.0 beta - Update
Download in the german forum PSPad4AutoIt3 (Editor IDE), end of post #1
I have a XML file that i need assistance in parsing. Below is a snipping from the XML File:
<Tasks> <Task> <BeginDate>2015/08/15 01:27:45,4375 (0)</BeginDate> <MangaName>Kono S o, Mi yo! (Kono S o, Mi yo! 1 --> Kono S o, Mi yo! 155 - Just the Two of Them [End])</MangaName> <Website>MangaHere</Website> <SaveTo>F:\Manga\Kono S o, Mi yo!</SaveTo> <Status>Completed</Status> <Percent>100</Percent> <State>Stopped</State> <Queue>0</Queue> <Chapters /> </Task> <Task> <BeginDate>2015/08/15 01:28:49,9415 (0)</BeginDate> <MangaName>Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari (Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari 1 - A Royal Summoning --> Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari 16 - The Third Wave of Calamity)</MangaName> <Website>MangaHere</Website> <SaveTo>F:\Manga\Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari</SaveTo> <Status>Completed</Status> <Percent>100</Percent> <State>Stopped</State> <Queue>0</Queue> <Chapters /> </Task> </Tasks> I have tried a couple of different ways but i haven't had any luck so far. I have messed with XML parsing with Rainmeter and Crystal Reports but im having difficulty with Auto-it. I need to parse the nodes <MangaName> and <Website> to a 2D Array with the <MangaName> as the first column and <Website> is the second column. Attached is the full XML File.
I'm doing parsing of HTML file with <table>. I need to go through rows and columns of table, ideally to get two dimensional array.
I use this way with simple two levels of calling StrinRegExp() for rows and columns:
;~ $html = FileRead('table.html') $html = '<tr><td>r1c1</td> <td>r1c2</td></tr> <tr><td>r2c1</td> <td>r2c2</td></tr> <tr><td>r3c1</td> <td>r3c2</td></tr>' $rows = StringRegExp($html, '(?s)(?i)<tr>(.*?)</tr>', 3) For $i = 0 to UBound($rows) - 1 $row = $rows[$i] ConsoleWrite("Row " & $i & ': ' & $row & @CRLF) $cols = StringRegExp($row, '(?s)(?i)<td>(.*?)</td>', 3) For $j = 0 to UBound($cols) - 1 $col = $cols[$j] ConsoleWrite(" Col " & $j & ': ' & $col & @CRLF) Next Next Output:
In my example there is called StringRegExp() for each row of table which is ineffective for many rows.
It works fine, but my question is if there is better and more effective approach, maybe some clever the only one RegExp pattern?
Or maybe using StringRegExp with option=4? I 'm not experienced with this option (array in array) and example in helpfile is not very clear to me so I don't know if this option=4 can be used also for HTML table parsing.
Hi there everyone,
I have a text file that looks something like the following:
Administrator Guest Matt jaes james jas jasdfs jasds js Matthew pjaasddasdfs pjaasdds pjads pjdfs
Notice the odd formatting; there are not always a consistant amount of spaces between terms, I'm looking for a way to break up this text file into the individual terms (in this case user accounts), and not include the spaces. Any ideas?
Thanks for any advice!