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neo van matix

How AutoIT works? (functionality)

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Hi there,

i write a presentation about AutoIT, and i like to explain how AutoIT works.

I dont mean: "You compile your script and run it"... i need the answer a little bit more exactly, from a technical view.

What will be packed into the compiles *.exe ? What if, when you run a *.exe ? Decompress lib's and... ? And so on, maybe someone could help me :whistle:


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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

As for what goes into an exe, I'm not sure I fully comprehend this, but it apparently doesn't make "true" exe's , it just puts the source of the script in there, plus a header (?) that allows execution of the script. That's why decompilation is available, the source can just be directly extracted from the exe.

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Okay,... also are the additional 200 kb of Code included in the exe used to "convert" the simple autoit-code into another language like c++ ?

Edit: A second question... you said: "AutoIt identifies Windows components through enumeration", could you explain this a little bit deeper?

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