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Comman line tools

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I'm looking for a good site that concentrates on command line programs that could work with A3. Please post a reply with your favourite command-line-program-site :)

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AU3 can work with virtually _any_ program (not needed to be a command-line one). What exactly do you want to do?

P.S.: Consider of posting this kind of questions to the "General Chat" forum.

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Well, yes, but i was kinda hopeing to get away from the GUI most programs have aswell.

I'm making a script that reacts on changes depending on TCP packets sent to the computer running the script.

As it is now, i have to install the program sniffing the packets. If i could do a FileInstall with a simple command line program that sniffs packets and logs the output to a .txt file that i can read from within the script, everything woud run so much smoother.

I've been searching for quite some time now but i can't seem to find anything good :)

And I'm really sorry for posting this here, i just thought this could be a supoort question: command line programs working with A3.

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Since you started this thread here in support.

This one is not quite command line. But you do not need to install it.

SmartSniff

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

You may want to try WinpCap - http://winpcap.polito.it/

or WinDump - http://windump.polito.it/

They seem to do what you want, if I got well your point..

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WinDump was EXACTLY what i needed... thanx alot!!!

You seem to know alot about programs you can use with with AutoIT.

Now i was wondering if you'd maybe be able to solve another problem i've been having for a loooong time:

I'm making a script that should be able to react to changes in the memory (opcodes). Would you know any simple program that logs memory addresses (maybe even DMA addresses, based on base pointers)?

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