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so the i am wondering are you going to make ur own auto it cgi built in the server so that one may use the <?au ?> tags, but that you built it in the server? also would anyone mind giving an exampel of a web based remote control client, i think that would be awesome.


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so the i am wondering are you going to make ur own auto it cgi built in the server so that one may use the <?au ?> tags, but that you built it in the server? also would anyone mind giving an exampel of a web based remote control client, i think that would be awesome.

Read all replies before asking any dumb questions.

No, this is not an attempt at creating an AuCGI.

No, this is ment as a base to write your own web based remote control.

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understand my question before posting dumb answers, i am aware of what you are doing, i was wondering if you planned on building a AuCGI into your web server as a secondary download. therefor enabling people to build further off the original and.enjoy the AuCGI functionality that you would/should/could build into a version of your web server, that way all the functionality could be available in one application, made all in autoit.


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Remote access via browser.. awesome.. great work manadar...

with this i could:

1. generate access code to send it to my mobile phone as added level of secuity for access

2. turn on the lights..

3. fire up any appliances..

4. turn on th web cam or other spy cam.. hehe..

kewl....

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understand my question before posting dumb answers, i am aware of what you are doing, i was wondering if you planned on building a AuCGI into your web server as a secondary download. therefor enabling people to build further off the original and.enjoy the AuCGI functionality that you would/should/could build into a version of your web server, that way all the functionality could be available in one application, made all in autoit.

  • You're the one asking dumb questions here.
  • You are not aware of what I am doing.
  • Are you retarded?

    No more AuCGI, as I didn't want to do it in the first place.

I hereby state, by the power that was given to me as original author of this code, that the person that goes under the nickname of "emoyasha" on the AutoIt forums has no rights to do anything with my code.

No rights include, but are not limited to:

  • emoyasha may not read my code
  • emoyasha may not run my code
  • emoyasha may not study my code
  • emoyasha may not modify my code
  • emoyasha may not release any version or severely modifed versions of my code
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yes but not legally binding seeing as how no legal documentation has been created for the "other" things i may not do, so i may scan your code, i may execute your code, i may re write your code, i may release any modified version of the code except your own :D.

and even if you had included such things you could not legally bind me to agree to them, seeing as all projects on this forum are open source, that means you would be breaking the GPL. unless you therefor made your own private forums where only certain users could access your code, making it closed source. seeing as how the code you have available is open source i may do whatever i wish with it as long as i don't make money off of it, and as long as you are mentioned. also you use the name emoyasha and the capitalization is not correct, and if you where to write a contract you would simply stop this account on these forums from viewing your code. and i will not release my true full name. and i will not agree to any such contract.

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well i would say probably because he tried to use a legal statement to stop me from seeing/using/editing/releasing ect. and you stated "Wow Manadar, I thankyou for shutting him up. And for anyone concerned, yes it is a legal statement as the author has all rights to his code" i was simply showing all the flaws in this legal agreement, (btw it cant be held up by the law for the reasons i have stated above). so that he may therefor be able to perfect it in future problems, and to show that just because he didn't read my question correctly he "ass-umed" and made an ass out of me and him, and didnt want to accept it. So yes, my question was if he planned on creating a function to handle <?au ?> tags as normal autoit code, therefor making not only an autoit web server, but an auto it web server, that uses web autoit, seeing as how it does not use php. i was say that it would be cool to have an all auto it based server with auto it scripting as the main way of making dynamic pages.


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I'd suggest that the two of you either get a room, or stop the debate all together.

Both of you have opinions, and can't come to an agreement, therefore I'd suggest those that want more capabilities with said project to make their own to their own specifics. If you're not capable of doing such a thing, then you don't belong debating in this thread anyway.


Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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Cool Manadar! One thing though ... is it just the AutoIt version I'm using (3.2.10.0) or should line 92 be

FileWrite($sRootDir & "\index.html", "<br />" & $sName & " made comment: " & $sComment)

Becuase FileWrite() doesn't erase the previous file contents and just adds it to the end. The way it was before, it made another set of Input boxes each time I left a comment. I had no idea the HTML protocol was this simple :D

~ Hallman

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well i did some editing myself to the lines of code.

what i did was i had it write the text to an external html file, then had a main page with frames to display the send box and the messages. i also implemented text formating with bb like style codes and smileys.


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Hi,

I found the link to this Topic in a german computer-magazine

and was (and still am) very curious to see the code of this script.

Unfortunatly i got the same problem as Apzo, i can´t download the file in the first post.

Is there any other way to get the source? Please forgive me, if i am beeing blind.

Thnx and Greets

Zed Gecko

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Hi,

I found the link to this Topic in a german computer-magazine

and was (and still am) very curious to see the code of this script.

Unfortunatly i got the same problem as Apzo, i can´t download the file in the first post.

Is there any other way to get the source? Please forgive me, if i am beeing blind.

Thnx and Greets

Zed Gecko

German computer magazine, you say?

Well, I'm always happy to help out the media. The download is available again.

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I would really appreciate it if you could give me a scan of the page where the url appeared. It's the first time something I made has been mentioned in a magazine.

http://www.heise.de/ct/08/10/urls/

It's somewhere near the center. It's listed under "Seiten 152 bis 157: Skriptsprache AutoIt (Praxis)" Which I really have no idea what it says, but it has "Autoit" in it :)

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