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Explain the scripting architecture....

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Hi:

AutoIt 3 is really good. I really want to know if this program is actually extending VBScript engine or just supporting natively all the Basic like synthax.

Can someone point to me in the right direction? I want to know the basic architecture of the script engine without having to read the whole source code. I personally started to play with automation lately and it would be really good if I can use AutoIt's script engine (no offense to the rest of the work:P

Why is it not using Active Accessibility(AA) SDK (oleacc.h)? It could make the code leaner I think and do more detection at lesser cost. AA V2 is native to XP and up. Anyhow search for (AccExplorer32.exe) in www.microsoft.com to understand what AA can do for you (and peek inside of a browser for a change.

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Jon wrote AutoIt from scratch. Its not an extension to any existing engine.

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