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    • By SonJoe
      Hi all,
      I have compiled a script to exe (using aut2exe) and delivered it to another machine, which does not have AutoIt installed. There, it does not run, but tells me that an undefined variable is used.
      I assume that the files referred to by #include are not embedded in the exe.
      How can I make sure the included files are available, when I deploy the exe to another machine?
      Thanks in advance for your helpful hints!
    • By Mobius
      Last updated 9/10/21

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    • By HenryJiu
      Hello!
      I have a question , about Mac and Autoit3.
      I want to convert my script to Mac App,but Aut2Exe just convert to EXE!
      So I asked if there was a way to convert scripts to MAC App
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    • By JoGa
      Greetings,
      here is a Autoit3 v3.3.14.5, 64 Bit installation on windows 10 with current updates.
      In a simple script I'm Dllcall'ing a 64 bit dll.
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      Excuting T1.au3 with SciTE gives:

      If the c code is compiled *without* the OpenCV call T1.au3 runs successful:
       
      I checked T1DLL.dll, it's definitely a 64 bit dll.
      What could cause the problem?
      Any hint would be very much appreciated.
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      Wolf
       
       
       
       
    • By Prabuddha
      my .au3 file runs without any problems with SciTE editor. But when I compiled it to exe file, it is give me errors. below you can see my code and error with my AutoIt versions.
      How can I solve this?
      SciTE Version 4.1.0 autoIt script file name = gitversion.au3 complide exe file name = gitversion.exe  
      #RequireAdmin ;set mouse coordinates relative to window size by giving value 0 for second parameter AutoItSetOption('MouseCoordMode', 0) $System32Dir=@SystemDir $SystemDriveLetter=Stringleft($System32Dir,1) ;$SystemDriveLetter example is 'C' drive in the hard-disk (windows installed drive letter) ;msgbox(0,0,'System drive letter is: ' & $SystemDriveLetter) DirRemove($SystemDriveLetter & ":\GitTest\Git",1) DirCreate($SystemDriveLetter & ":\GitTest") Local $gitHere = $SystemDriveLetter & ":\GitTest" DirCreate($SystemDriveLetter & ":\JasperDesti") ; Disable user input from the mouse and keyboard. BlockInput(True) SplashTextOn("Installing","Please Wait..!", 200, 50) Run("cmd.exe") WinWaitActive("Administrator: " & $SystemDriveLetter & ":\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\cmd.exe", "") $gitBashPath = $SystemDriveLetter & ":\Program Files\Git\bin\sh.exe" ControlSend("Administrator: " & $SystemDriveLetter & ":\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\cmd.exe", "", "", '"' & $gitBashPath & '" --login') ;ControlSend("Administrator: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\cmd.exe", "", "", '"C:\Program Files\Git\bin\sh.exe" --login') Send("{Enter}") ControlSend("Administrator: " & $SystemDriveLetter & ":\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\cmd.exe", "", "", 'cd ' & $gitHere) Send("{Enter}") ControlSend("Administrator: " & $SystemDriveLetter & ":\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\cmd.exe", "", "", 'git clone https://mcmedisoft.visualstudio.com/Git/_git/Git && echo "cloned"') Send("{Enter}") Local $gitSignIn = WinWait('Sign in to your account', '', 6) $lowerSysDriveLetter = StringLower($SystemDriveLetter) ;$gitSignIn = 0 means sign in window didn't apper because user already signed in to bash. $gitSignIn != 0 means user hasn't signed in and should type passwords. If $gitSignIn == 0 Then ControlSend("MINGW64:/" & $lowerSysDriveLetter & "/GitTest", "", "", "cd Git") Send("{Enter}") ControlSend("MINGW64:/" & $lowerSysDriveLetter & "/GitTest", "", "", "git checkout WorkerEvent") Send("{Enter}") ControlSend("MINGW64:/" & $lowerSysDriveLetter & "/GitTest", "", "", "exit") Send("{Enter}") ControlSend("MINGW64:/" & $lowerSysDriveLetter & "/GitTest", "", "", "exit") Send("{Enter}") Else WinActivate('Sign in to your account') ;MouseClick('primary', 126, 338, 2, 0) SplashOff() ; Enable user input from the mouse and keyboard. BlockInput(False) WinWaitClose('Sign in to your account') ; Disable user input from the mouse and keyboard. BlockInput(True) SplashTextOn("Installing","Please Wait..!", 200, 50) ControlSend("MINGW64:/" & $lowerSysDriveLetter & "/GitTest", "", "", "cd Git") Send("{Enter}") ControlSend("MINGW64:/" & $lowerSysDriveLetter & "/GitTest", "", "", "git checkout WorkerEvent") Send("{Enter}") ControlSend("MINGW64:/" & $lowerSysDriveLetter & "/GitTest", "", "", "exit") Send("{Enter}") ControlSend("MINGW64:/" & $lowerSysDriveLetter & "/GitTest", "", "", "exit") Send("{Enter}") ; Enable user input from the mouse and keyboard. BlockInput(False) WinWaitActive("Administrator: " & $SystemDriveLetter & ":\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\cmd.exe", "", 4) ControlSend("Administrator: " & $SystemDriveLetter & ":\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\cmd.exe", "", "", 'exit') Send("{Enter}") EndIf ; Enable user input from the mouse and keyboard. BlockInput(False) WinWaitClose("MINGW64:/" & $lowerSysDriveLetter & "/GitTest") DirRemove($SystemDriveLetter & ":\JasperDesti\tomcat", 1) ;$tomcatCreateSuccess = DirCreate($SystemDriveLetter & ":\JasperDesti\tomcat") ;DirCreate($SystemDriveLetter & ":\JasperDesti\tomcat") $sSourceFolder = $SystemDriveLetter & ":\GitTest\Git" $sDestFolder = $SystemDriveLetter & ":\JasperDesti\tomcat" _CopyFolder($sSourceFolder,$sDestFolder) SplashTextOn("Completed","Done..!", 200, 50) Sleep(1000) SplashOff ; _CopyFolder funchtion is use to copy a folder while displaying a progress bar func _CopyFolder($sSourceFolder,$sDestFolder) dirremove($sDestFolder,1) local $iSourceSize = DirGetSize($sSourceFolder), $iDestSize local $pid = Run(@AutoItExe & ' /AutoIt3ExecuteLine "DirCopy(''' & $sSourceFolder & ''', ''' & $sDestFolder & ''')"') ProgressOn("Copy Progress", "Please Wait...") Do $iDestSize = dirgetsize($sDestFolder) local $ipct = int(($iDestSize/$iSourceSize)*100) ProgressSet($ipct,$ipct & ' percent complete') sleep(20) Until not ProcessExists($pid) ProgressOff() endfunc  

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