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If I right click on a "regular" executable file, some version properties are available:

  • Company
  • File Version
  • Internal Name
  • Language
  • Original File Name
  • Product Name
  • Product Version
If, on the contrary, I check an AutoIt compiled script executable, I can only get the following:
  • CompiledScript
  • File Version
  • Language
Isn't it possible to add the missing properties, such as Company, for instance?

Isn't there a FileSetVersion() function under development either a preprocessor directive?

Thanks in advance and... good AutoIt to us all!!

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i542

First, thankyou for registering :)

Second, there is a program named ResHacker or something like it. Try to found it on internet.

i542


I can do signature me.

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dabus

Open Scite > Help > Scite Help

Select Extra Utilities > Autoit3Wrapper

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PsaltyDS

Peripherally related: Reading those properties is addressed in this thread: Querying a file's METADATA, How do you go about it?

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MCP

Open Scite > Help > Scite Help

Select Extra Utilities > Autoit3Wrapper

Yes! This is nice. Thanks! :)

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