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I've made a library, based on AutoItObject UDF with the goal of implementing getter and setter functionality and make it possible to define new object properties in as few steps as possible.
Thank you to @trancexx for getting me on the right track, and all users in Hooking into the IDispatch interface for the code to get me going.
If I've forgotten to add credit, please let me know
#include "AutoItObject_Internal.au3" $myCar = IDispatch() $myCar.make = 'Ford' $myCar.model = 'Mustang' $myCar.year = 1969 $myCar.__defineGetter('DisplayCar', DisplayCar) Func DisplayCar($oThis) Return 'A Beautiful ' & $oThis.parent.year & ' ' & $oThis.parent.make & ' ' & $oThis.parent.model EndFunc MsgBox(0, "", $myCar.DisplayCar) More examples: https://github.com/genius257/AutoItObject-Internal/tree/master/Examples
Edit2 (19th March 2017):
First of all, sorry about the lack of updates on this project. I always start too many projects and end up ignoring old projects, if I run into problems ^^'.
So I've started moving my AutoIt scripts to GitHub. I will still post the most recent script version here.
so in https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/193254-solved-ipc-between-system-and-user/ I asked around about IPCs and got all the answers I was looking for.
Now the question is: what IPC is most "resilient" on an overwhelmed PC, meaning, the CPU is at 100%, memory is top out and, as is always, need to rely on the IPC.
..and all this happened because I open over 100 GUIs at once 😜
..but it happens sporadically on low CPU or memory demand anyways.
..should I sleep() some time before running another instance ?
I did not know if to make the question in technical, chat, ..or here. So it's here.
Since you will ask what I've tried, I've used the IPC from the Fork UDFish ( WM_COPYDATA that can do Admin/user mix ) and the FMIPC file mapping, that work under the same conditions.
So, how do you handle IPC if it fails ?
I was in need of an IPC (Interprocess communication) between system, admin and user levels, and ended up writing this UDF to suit my wantings.
Hope you find it useful too.
Works from WinXP/Server2003 to the now current Win10/Server2016.
It communicates between any mix of x32, x64, Admin, User.
In the zip file, there is the UDF and an example: FMIPC(v0.2018.04.04).zip
Special thanks to @RTFC for the help in the support forum