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Well that's odd... the release is 3.1.0.15, and the beta is 3.1.0.14. But the beta does have StringRegExp. Any idea what the difference is between .15 and .14? Cus I was just going for using whichever version was most recent.

*Edit: Unfortunately, that also means that the version Holger has (with TrayMenu stuff) doesn't have StringRegExp. I guess I can't have my cake and eat it too.

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I don't know what Holger did but for .14 and .15 it is reverse .15 does not contain StringRegExp as opposed to .14

For the time being there is no beta available except for this StringRegExp which is .14 :lmao:

I guess Jon will correct the numbering with the next uploads o:)

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I don't know what Holger did but for .14 and .15 it is reverse .15 does not contain StringRegExp as opposed to .14

For the time being there is no beta available except for this StringRegExp  which is .14 :lmao:

I guess Jon will correct the numbering with the next uploads o:)

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I have the following versions of AutoIt:

09/17/2003 12:13p 449,235 030904(bv3.0.48).zip

09/17/2003 12:20p 611,909 030905(bv3.0.50).zip

09/17/2003 12:21p 688,869 030906(bv3.0.52).zip

09/17/2003 12:21p 458,648 030907(bv3.0.53).zip

09/17/2003 12:22p 289,743 030907(bv3.0.54).zip

09/17/2003 12:22p 562,749 030908(bv3.0.55).zip

09/17/2003 12:22p 971,034 030912(bv3.0.58).zip

09/17/2003 12:23p 895,696 030915(bv3.0.60).zip

09/17/2003 12:23p 998,581 030916(bv3.0.61).zip

09/17/2003 12:24p 1,009,277 030917(bv3.0.62).zip

09/18/2003 09:35a 921,212 030918(bv3.0.63).zip

09/23/2003 06:52p 905,025 030919 (bv3.0.64).zip

09/25/2003 09:08a 999,408 030923(bv3.0.65).zip

09/30/2003 07:08p 999,949 030925(bv3.0.66).zip

10/03/2003 07:18p 999,805 030930(bv3.0.67).zip

10/23/2003 12:52p 1,007,144 031003(bv3.0.68).zip

11/06/2003 12:47a 1,745,736 031023(bv3.0.69).zip

11/06/2003 12:48a 1,390,580 031026(bv3.0.70).zip

11/30/2003 04:58p 1,396,163 031027(bv3.0.71).zip

12/03/2003 07:12p 1,412,884 031105(bv3.0.74).zip

12/03/2003 07:12p 1,290,616 031130(bv3.0.75).zip

12/12/2003 07:33p 1,906,299 031212(bv3.0.76).zip

12/13/2003 07:12p 1,159,846 031213(bv3.0.77).zip

12/17/2003 06:03p 77,962 031214(bv3.0.78u).zip

12/17/2003 06:03p 173,534 031215(bv3.0.79u).zip

12/17/2003 06:03p 2,146,508 031217(bv3.0.80).zip

12/17/2003 06:03p 1,987,884 031217(bv3.0.81).zip

01/12/2004 09:55p 1,982,665 031229(bv3.0.82).zip

01/12/2004 09:55p 1,995,615 031230(bv3.0.83).zip

01/12/2004 09:55p 2,203,757 031231(bv3.0.84).zip

01/12/2004 09:55p 2,615,294 040109(bv3.0.85).zip

01/12/2004 09:55p 2,222,132 040112(bv3.0.86).zip

01/18/2004 07:00p 2,066,360 040118(bv3.0.87).zip

01/18/2004 06:57p 2,088,355 040118(bv3.0.88)(Bad was withdrawn).zip

01/19/2004 05:16p 2,103,774 040119(bv3.0.89).zip

07/29/2004 05:47p 2,264,578 040120(bv3.0.90).zip

07/29/2004 05:47p 2,439,248 040129(bv3.0.91).zip

07/29/2004 05:48p 785,168 040206(bv3.0.92).zip

07/29/2004 05:48p 811,037 040212(bv3.0.93).zip

07/29/2004 05:48p 825,411 040221(bv3.0.94).zip

01/04/2005 12:44a 1,322,826 040424(us v3.0.102).zip

01/04/2005 12:44a 1,076,197 040430(us v3.0.102).zip

01/04/2005 12:44a 1,025,193 040516(us v3.0.102).zip

01/04/2005 12:44a 1,029,007 040525(us v3.0.102).zip

01/04/2005 12:44a 1,117,282 040601(us v3.0.102).zip

01/04/2005 12:44a 1,120,540 040613(us v3.0.102).zip

01/04/2005 12:43a 1,017,772 040804(us v3.0.102R).zip

01/04/2005 12:44a 2,561,356 041128(us v3.unstable).zip

01/03/2005 02:49p 4,218,819 050101(us v3.unstable).zip

01/03/2005 02:45p 12,002,722 050102(us v3.unstable).zip

01/08/2005 04:03p 3,012,658 050103(us v3.unstable).zip

01/15/2005 04:07a 4,262,556 050107(us v3.unstable).zip

01/15/2005 04:09a 3,046,270 050110(us v3.unstable).zip

01/26/2005 04:55p 3,071,089 050113(us v3.unstable).zip

01/26/2005 04:55p 3,096,327 050115(bv v3.x.x).zip

01/26/2005 04:56p 3,253,750 050116(bv v3.x.x).zip

01/26/2005 04:57p 3,254,162 050117(bv v3.x.x).zip

01/26/2005 04:57p 3,266,442 050118(bv v3.x.x).zip

01/26/2005 04:57p 3,278,187 050119(bv v3.x.x).zip

01/26/2005 04:58p 3,278,129 050120(bv v3.x.x).zip

01/26/2005 04:58p 3,334,204 050123(bv v3.x.x).zip

02/05/2005 12:07p 3,334,320 050126(bv v3.x.x).zip

01/30/2005 07:40p <DIR> 050130(bv v3.x.x)

02/05/2005 12:08p 3,469,246 050130(bv v3.x.x).zip

02/05/2005 12:05p <DIR> 050204(bv v3.x.x)

02/06/2005 11:44p <DIR> 050205(bv v3.x.x)

02/08/2005 02:13a <DIR> 050207(bv v3.x.x)

02/08/2005 02:10a <DIR> 050207(rv v3..0)

02/23/2005 03:18p <DIR> 050207(rv v3.1.0)

As you can see the most recent beta versions are listed by the most recent date in the list of files posted on the AutoIt Beta site. I'm happy to email any one or two to anyone who asks (I used to have a website for FTP, but I gave it up). I'm running Norton Anti-Virus, it updates automatically. so they should all be clean, but I make no guarantees.


[font="Verdana"]Thanks for the response.Gene[/font]Yes, I know the punctuation is not right...

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well, is it? :lmao:

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ouch. That hurts. STOP IT!!!

lol.

I don't even know regular expression language lol. Could someone teach it to me please?

I don't get it. I DON'T GET IT!!! THIS IS TO HARD. JUST FORGET IT!!!!

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What's all this fuss about - If you want a version with Regular Expressions in, just fire up AutoUpdateIt and download the latest beta from that. Yes, the version number is .01 older than the released version, but I remember Jon saying the only difference was that he'd removed StringRegExp. There's nothing wrong with the numbering, it was just updated to reflect the fact the version was different.

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#165 ·  Posted (edited)

What's all this fuss about - If you want a version with Regular Expressions in, just fire up AutoUpdateIt and download the latest beta from that. Yes, the version number is .01 older than the released version, but I remember Jon saying the only difference was that he'd removed StringRegExp. There's nothing wrong with the numbering, it was just updated to reflect the fact the version was different.

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The documentation is still missing. This isn't a problem for myself, but people who want to make use of the regular expressions and still learn are having a problem. Plus I'd like to see a new beta come out with stuff like Holger's TrayMenu stuff. Then I can use both regexp, and traymenu functions.

*Edit: Although thanks for pimping my program! :lmao:

Edited by Saunders

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Ahhh, dunno since I've never done anything with StringRegExp - it's all too confusing for me, and since I don't know what it does I don't know where I'd use it anyway :lmao: Didn't know that the documentation is missing in .14 then though.

Damn straight though, I can't wait to see new beta-edge. I want Tray Menu, Stdio capture etc. Plus I just like playing with new toys

Oh yeah, and your program, just love it cos I'm a lazy arse and can't be bothered to find the download link for the beta each time. Rock on.

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As the guy creating/managing the regular expression stuff, I guess I should jump in here. :lmao:

Regular expressions are a method to define complicated patterns to be used in string matching, sort of like a super-StringInStr. There a few modes available at this time.

  • True/false return: Just returns 1 (true) or 0 (false) depending on whether the given string matches the pattern given.
  • String array return: Returns an array of captured text from the given string that matches groups in the pattern.
  • Replacement (seperate function): Returns the given string, replacing sections that match the pattern with the given replacement text.
More detailed explainations are in the docs, when they posted.

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