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yucatan

hi i want to make that when i run my autoit script it makes another script compile it and just set it somewhere and then run that script as a service is this possebel ?

help me pleas thx,

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Richard Robertson

Yes it's possible. It's not something you'll easily understand if you don't even know how to compile a script by code.

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jlorenz1

To run a script as service you'll need srvany.exe and instsrv.exe from the Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools (download at Microsoft) There you'll find a describition with details.

For compiling scripts please use the command line version of autoit The syntax is

Command Line parameters:

Aut2Exe.exe /in <infile.au3> [/out <outfile.exe>] [/icon <iconfile.ico>] [/comp 0-4] [/nopack] [/ansi] [/unicode]

Greetings Johannes

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Johannes LorenzBensheim, Germanyjlorenz1@web.de[post="12602"]Highlightning AutoIt Syntax in Notepad++ - Just copy in your Profile/application data/notepad++[/post]

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yucatan

mate you dont understand me... ofsource i know how to compile a script but what i want

that when i write a peace of code

and i compile it

and i run it

that the script make his own script somewere compile it and set is somewhere do you get it ?

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Richard Robertson

You are asking for the script to make it's own script, yes? Then you call the compiler by command line. That is the answer.

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GEOSoft

When I see someone who wants their script to write another script, and then run the compiled version as a service, my radar starts to make me nervous about providing replies.


George

Question about decompiling code? Read the decompiling FAQ and don't bother posting the question in the forums.

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jlorenz1

When I see someone who wants their script to write another script, and then run the compiled version as a service, my radar starts to make me nervous about providing replies.

You have absolutely right!

Johannes LorenzBensheim, Germanyjlorenz1@web.de[post="12602"]Highlightning AutoIt Syntax in Notepad++ - Just copy in your Profile/application data/notepad++[/post]

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mahadeva

is that a trojan? :D

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