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is it possible to include an exe and dll in a script, so i can use lets say the Run() command to execute them, without having the exe in the folder along with the dll?

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is it possible to include an exe and dll in a script, so i can use lets say the Run() command to execute them, without having the exe in the folder along with the dll?

FileInstall()


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FileInstall()

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Keep in mind that FileInstall() will allow you to contain everything in one .exe, but FileInstall() will extract the files once the program is run. Typically, I just "install" them to the @TempDir location.


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Keep in mind that FileInstall() will allow you to contain everything in one .exe, but FileInstall() will extract the files once the program is run. Typically, I just "install" them to the @TempDir location.

its easier, and faster to have the .exe check to see if the file is in the location you want it, if it is...skip the fileinstall, otherwise...install it :)


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