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Conflict between AutoIT and Tcl/Tk ?

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TLHP

Someone who installed both AutoIT and Tcl/TK could tell me that they will work fine together ?

I don't know why some applications didn't work ( After I installed Tcl/TK )

Or maybe AutoIT has conflict with another things that I don't know, plzz let me know :)

Thanks

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Jos

It probably would help when you tell us what kind of conflict you have/see or what isn't working anymore...


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for example , here is the code. I want to get the html code of http://www.autoitscript.com/ .

MsgBox(0, "Tutorial", "Hello World!")
InetGet("http://www.autoitscript.com/","test.txt")
MsgBox(0, "Tutorial", "OK, done")

The first message box works fine, then it took about 1 minute to show the second message box and no file was created ( i mean "test.txt" )

Someone have this problem ?

Another problem, some .exe files compiled by AutoIT for now don't work as usual. I really don't know why :)

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for example , here is the code. I want to get the html code of http://www.autoitscript.com/ .

MsgBox(0, "Tutorial", "Hello World!")
InetGet("http://www.autoitscript.com/","test.txt")
MsgBox(0, "Tutorial", "OK, done")

The first message box works fine, then it took about 1 minute to show the second message box and no file was created ( i mean "test.txt" )

Someone have this problem ?

Have you tried testing the returncode for InetGet() to see if it was successful ?

Are you using a proxy for your internet connection ?

for example , here is the code. I want to get the html code of http://www.autoitscript.com/ .

MsgBox(0, "Tutorial", "Hello World!")
Another problem, some .exe files compiled by AutoIT for now don't work as usual. I really don't know why :(
[/quote]
What does that mean [quote name='TLHP' date='Feb 24 2008, 04:31 PM' post='483879']
for example , here is the code. I want to get the html code of [url="http://www.autoitscript.com/"]http://www.autoitscript.com/[/url] .

[code]MsgBox(0, "Tutorial", "Hello World!")
InetGet("http://www.autoitscript.com/","test.txt")
MsgBox(0, "Tutorial", "OK, done")

The first message box works fine, then it took about 1 minute to show the second message box and no file was created ( i mean "test.txt" )

Someone have this problem ?

Another problem, some .exe files compiled by AutoIT for now don't work as usual. I really don't know why :)

Not sure what you mean by this statement ....can you explain ?

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TLHP

Thanks Jos and sorry about my bad English.

1 - ===================================

I tried to do another test, here it is

MsgBox(0, "Tutorial", "Hello World!")
if InetGet("http://www.autoitscript.com/","test.txt") Then
    MsgBox(0, "Tutorial", "OK, done")
EndIf   
MsgBox(0, "Tutorial", "End of this test")

And the result is I got "End of this test" without "OK, done" . Another suggestion for that ?

============================================

2-

I coded some programs with AutoIT, It worked and I compiled them ( to get .exe file ). And now It didn't work, like an infinite loop or somethings that never stop :)

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