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Decompile?

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is there a way to decompile an exe into an au3? prolly wouldnt work if exe was written in vbs or something tho =\

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Check out the "decompiler" in the start menu under "autoit3"


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Hmm, yea... about that.

Vista just Ate my source coz it was in the program files folder and the compiler had a split token at the time... So it's allowed to delete the source but not change or write it out... Nice, thanks Vista, no UAC warning or anything there, just poof your file's gone. And another lesson learned.

Why is it (since I still have the exe, and while the comments and formatting are still in my mind) that the decompiler doesn't recognise my exe as a compiled AutoIt file?

It is, and it runs, but I need to fix that bug that I was re-compiling for... :s

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Hmm, yea... about that.

Vista just Ate my source coz it was in the program files folder and the compiler had a split token at the time... So it's allowed to delete the source but not change or write it out... Nice, thanks Vista, no UAC warning or anything there, just poof your file's gone. And another lesson learned.

Why is it (since I still have the exe, and while the comments and formatting are still in my mind) that the decompiler doesn't recognise my exe as a compiled AutoIt file?

It is, and it runs, but I need to fix that bug that I was re-compiling for... :s

Decompiling has long since been removed from Autoit. You can only decompile script made before v3.2.5 (Or somewhere around there)

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