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Making executable from script

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Is it possible to make a executable file from script, for example: programs is saved a autoit script and I want to make it executable without using Aut2Exe.

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It's obviously possible if the Aut2Exe works. You'd have to figure out what the .exe is written in (hex? I believe) and convert it. You'd also have to figure out what allows it to be standalone

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Is it possible to make a executable file from script, for example: programs is saved a autoit script and I want to make it executable without using Aut2Exe.

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Write your own Compiler and Linker ?


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The next question would be .....BUT WHY ?


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Is it possible to make a executable file from script, for example: programs is saved a autoit script and I want to make it executable without using Aut2Exe.

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Why not include the aut2exe in the original compiled script with FileInstall?

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The next question would be .....BUT WHY ?

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Why not?

Write your own Compiler and Linker ?

No. Just to compile 2 lines of code which are generated by script.

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Why not include the aut2exe in the original compiled script with FileInstall?

I will try.

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