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Games on AutoIT3: Lines98, MiniChess and TicTacToe.


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AutoIT is my first programming language. However, It's been a long long time from the last minute I used AutoIT. Today, I'm very happy to see that this language is still used by many developers. I want to introduce 3 games I developed in AutoIT more than 5 years ago. 

- Minichess game: https://github.com/vietanhdev/minichess

- Line98: https://github.com/vietanhdev/line98

- TicTacToe: https://github.com/vietanhdev/tic-tac-toe




Thank you for creating such a friendly language! And also hope that it can thrive in the future!

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Nice .....  but loading an unknown exe is considered unsafe and for sure you do not want to redistribute kernel32.dll!

Can't you simply share the source and let people run it themselves and learn from it? :) 

EDIT: I see the source is there in the 2 working links ...  one link (tic-tac-toe) doesn't work for me.

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Can you make some pull requests to make them better? At least to remove unnecessary parts and make these source code work with the lastest version of AutoIT. At present, I don't have any Windows machine to work with them.

Thank you very much!

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On 10/2/2021 at 11:43 PM, vietanhdev said:

At present, I don't have any Windows machine to work with them.

Mildly curious, what OS are you using as your daily driver currently?

On 10/3/2021 at 12:48 AM, argumentum said:

I looked at the chess one and it runs engine.exe, that in turn loads your supplied kernel32.dll, and those are not written in AutoIt.

That's sounds hella sus to me :think:

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