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Hello,

Has multi threading been added? If not, any idea when/if it will be available?


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I hate to break it to everyone, but if we just said...

"OMG, that's going to be to hard, and stopped." we'd all still be on 28 kbps lines, and the list goes on.


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...we'd all still be on 28 kbps lines, and the list goes on.

...Are any of the things on your list free? ...developed by volunteers on their on time?

If you are in a position to help write the code, then perhaps you have a chance at getting the other Devs to go down that path.

good luck...


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...Are any of the things on your list free? ...developed by volunteers on their on time?

If you are in a position to help write the code, then perhaps you have a chance at getting the other Devs to go down that path.

good luck...

nah, but AOL is pretty cheap. I think. so is juno.

And I am, that doesn't mean they'll let me do it... does it?


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nah, but AOL is pretty cheap. I think. so is juno.

And I am, that doesn't mean they'll let me do it... does it?

You can see this thread: http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...;showtopic=8389

Maybe there is enough info in that version of the source code to get you started... I would not know - not being a programmer. I just know how that request has been received in the past.

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Hello,

Has multi threading been added? If not, any idea when/if it will be available?

Can you say why you want multi threading?


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I hate to break it to everyone, but if we just said...

"OMG, that's going to be to hard, and stopped." we'd all still be on 28 kbps lines, and the list goes on.

I'd hate to break it to you, but if the devs tried to "add" multi-threading to autoit, it would be more like re-writing the entire source. And because it has taken YEARS to get to where it has now, it will take several more YEARS to incorperate multi-threading.

Its not on the To-Do list. Live with it.

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Can you say why you want multi threading?

Would definately make writing an HTTP server easier and faster :)

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Can you say why you want multi threading?

I write a lot of utilities in AutoIt, some of these are internet based, which I do not wish to resort to c++/c with, or visual basic.

windows.cpu.system.command.try.attempt.please.create.thread()

I'm sorry, but I can't give you an example right off the top of my head.


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Would definately make writing an HTTP server easier and faster :)

and all those trogens to... oops. yeah. let's just stick with the http server.

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and all those trogens to... oops. yeah. let's just stick with the http server.

Of course... where would I be in life if I didn't spend it making malware :)

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or switch to C# or something like that.

I think I'll stick to spawning numerous executables over conforming to m$'s standards.

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