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AmphetaMarinE

Plugin Enabled script?

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Hi all,

I am in the brainstorming phase for an app, and would really like to be able to make it modular.

I was wondering, is it possible to write basically a container script, with an empty gui, and have it get its functionality from other au3 scripts?

Essentially, I want to make a script which will read the contents of a folder, and embed the functionality from the au3 files stored there into the main script.

Is this possible??

And any pointers to which part of the manual or forum i should be reading?

I ask because I'm not sure what to even type as a search query to find this answer.

Thanks for any help

Amph.

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Hi all,

I am in the brainstorming phase for an app, and would really like to be able to make it modular.

I was wondering, is it possible to write basically a container script, with an empty gui, and have it get its functionality from other au3 scripts?

Essentially, I want to make a script which will read the contents of a folder, and embed the functionality from the au3 files stored there into the main script.

Is this possible??

And any pointers to which part of the manual or forum i should be reading?

I ask because I'm not sure what to even type as a search query to find this answer.

Thanks for any help

Amph.

Sure It is possible. You could use an ini to control what is shown, and where.

Maybe Structured Like:

modulename.ini

[Control]
text=
width=
height=
left=
top=
disabled=
shown=
...

and a main .ini to control the modules...

[Modules]
1=modulename
2=modulename
...

This is achivable. And at the moment i am doing bare speculation. For added functionality, you might want to have a look at searching for something someone made a little while back, it delt with embedding .ini in the .exes to be read from it and such... I'll see if i can find it :)

Edited by Bert

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