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Hey People,

I have a script that exceeds 2000 lines and around 100 controls written under v3.0.101.

I would like to convert it and update it with new features but I know the source is still changing on a regular basis. I'd like to get a feel for whether or not I should undertake conversion now or is it still best to wait for a stable to be put out with the GUI code?

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At this point, most of the naming conventions have been agreed upon. I recommend using the gui converter by CyberSlug to have a start at converting that script, since it would be a large undertaking by hand.


Who else would I be?

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The converter only works well for "simple" scripts.....

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I'll probably try it anyways, my script is broken down into small files so the converter may work out. I am not in a huge hurry, I can always wait longer.

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The converter only works well for "simple" scripts.....

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Worked great on the scripts i've done.....

I just took the gui portion out of my script... ran your conversion script and copied the result back into my script.


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Worked great on the scripts i've done.....

I just took the gui portion out of my script... ran your conversion script and copied the result back into my script.

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Ah well that should be simple then, my gui is in a seperate file.

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