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AutoIt Object-Oriented Preprocessor

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi,

So..... quite a lot discussions about OO.

At the end of every discussion it's always the same answer: NO.

Too bad, because you can do a lot of nice stuff with objects.

So what if there was some kind of preprocessor that can translate object oriented script to regular AutoIt script? :)

It's far from finished, but the main stuff works.

Example:

$iObject1 = MyObject()
$iObject2 = MyObject()

$iObject1.SetString("Hello, I'm 1");hello


MsgBox(0,"Test",$iObject1.GetString() &@CRLF& $iObject2.GetString())


Obj MyObject()
    
    
    Declare $sMyString[3], $sInt = 1; Comments are possible again;)
    
    
    Func SetString($sString)
        
        $sMyString[0] = $sString
        
    EndFunc
    
    Func GetString()
        
        If $sMyString[0] Then Return $sMyString[0]
        
        Return "$sMyString[0] is empty"
        
    EndFunc
    
EndObj

The messagebox will say:

Hello, I'm 1

Hi, I'm 2

Cool, huh. Even though you created 2 of the same objects, they can hold different data in the same variables. :mellow:

; Use 'Declare' to declare variables in objects. Variables declared using Local and Dim can only be used the first time when the object is created. After that they'll be deleted.

How to install:

1. Download the AutoIt3.exe from the attachments.

2. Go to the Autoit installation folder

3. Rename the orginal AutoIt3.exe to: 'AutoIt3 Original.exe' (Without the qoutes)

4. Rename 'Au3Check.exe' to 'Au3Check2.exe'

5. Create a new script and run it :( (from SciTE or just double-click on the icon)

AutoIt3.exe

Edit: If I wanted to share the source, I would have uploaded it. Since I didn't, I don't want people to decompile it and post the source on the forum.

Edited by Kip

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What parts are done or don't exist yet? I would love to convert some of my includes to OBJs. Specially with the gui routines!


Triton

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Gui, you say?

Obj Window($sTitle, $iWidth=-1, $iHeight=-1, $iX=-1, $iY=-1, $iStyle=-1, $iExStyle=-1)
    
    Declare $hWnd
    
    
    Func _OnCreation(); will be called when object is created
        
        $hWnd = GUICreate($sTitle, $iWidth, $iHeight, $iX, $iY, $iStyle, $iExStyle)
        
    EndFunc
    
    Func State($iState=@SW_SHOW)
        
        Return GUISetState($iState)
        
    EndFunc
    
    Func GetVar($sVar)
        
        Return Eval($sVar)
        
    EndFunc
    
EndObj

well, calling a object twice on the same line will cause trouble:

Msgbox(0,"sdds",$iObject1.GetString() &@CRLF& $iObject2.GetString())

And calling Return in a function of a object will cause that 'Declare' variables, edited in that function, wont be saved.

Edited by Kip

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

How to install:

1. Download the AutoIt3.exe from the attachments.

2. Go to the Autoit installation folder

3. Rename the orginal AutoIt3.exe to: 'AutoIt3 Orginal.exe' (Without the qoutes)

4. Rename 'Au3Check.exe' to 'Au3Check2.exe'

5. Create a new script and run it :mellow: (from SciTE or just double-click on the icon)

AutoIt3.exe

what's this for ???

anyway... is the whole block of code supposed to be in autoit ??

cause it's not working...

Edited by torels

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If you copy and rename the files, SciTE automaticly runs my program. When everything is converted, the new Autoit3.exe file automaticly runs the orginal one.

Let's write all steps down, to be clear.

- F5 pressed in SciTE (Run)

- Au3Check.exe doesnt run, because we changed the name. (otherwise it'll create syntax errors)

- My AutoIt3.exe gets called:

- Your OO script gets converted to a normal script

- New script will be saved as __TempScript.au3

- __TempScript.au3 will be executed with 'AutoIt3 Orginal.exe' (I know.. its spelled: original, but its already compiled)

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

The whole idea rather cool but what is with the new AutoIt3.exe and why do we need to replace it?

Could you explain that part a little more?

[Edit]

I see you already replied. :mellow:

Edited by mrRevoked

Don't bother, It's inside your monitor!------GUISetOnEvent should behave more like HotKeySet()

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

but what is with the new AutoIt3.exe

Objects dont belong in the AutoIt syntax, so it should be converted first.

You don't HAVE to replace it. It's just much easier.

If you dont replace it, you'll have to drop your script onto the AutoIt3.exe from the zip (unzip first), and what you'll get is a new script called __TempScript.au3. That is the script you can run with the normal AutoIt3.exe (in your installation dir)

If you do replace it, you dont have to drag and drop anything. You'll just have to hit Run in SciTE :mellow:

Edited by Kip

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I'm having problems with ";"

Had to manually remove few from __TempScript.au3 in oder for script to work.

This is cool.

Think that Class... End Class (VBS syntax is more appropriate)


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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

I'm having problems with ";"
Could you give me an example?

Think that Class... End Class (VBS syntax is more appropriate)

But Object sounds cooler :mellow: Edited by Kip

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Sure

This was __TempScript.au3 right after created by "new" AutoIt3.exe:

Global $__ObjectOr_ObjectsCount = 1
Global $__ObjectOr_ObjectNames[1]

Global $__ObjectOr_ObjectsCount = 1
Global $__ObjectOr_ObjectNames[1]

MsgBox(0,'','')

$iObject1 = __Obj_MyObject_EndObj()
$iObject2 = __Obj_MyObject_EndObj()

Call("__Obj_"&$__ObjectOr_ObjectNames[$iObject1]&"_EndObj_Func_SetString_EndFunc", $iObject1, "Hello, I'm 1")
Call("__Obj_"&$__ObjectOr_ObjectNames[$iObject2]&"_EndObj_Func_SetString_EndFunc", $iObject2, "Hi, I'm 2")


$sString1 = Call("__Obj_"&$__ObjectOr_ObjectNames[$iObject1]&"_EndObj_Func_GetString_EndFunc", $iObject1)
$sString2 = Call("__Obj_"&$__ObjectOr_ObjectNames[$iObject2]&"_EndObj_Func_GetString_EndFunc", $iObject2)

MsgBox(0,"Test",$sString1 &@CRLF& $sString2)





Func __Obj_MyObject_EndObj_Func_SetString_EndFunc($i_InternalObjectID, $sString)
Local $sMyString; = Eval("__Obj_MyObject_EndObj_Inst_"&$i_InternalObjectID&"_EndInst_Name_sMyString;_EndName")
        
        $sMyString = $sString
        
Assign("__Obj_MyObject_EndObj_Inst_"&$i_InternalObjectID&"_EndInst_Name_sMyString;_EndName",$sMyString;,2)
EndFunc

Func __Obj_MyObject_EndObj_Func_GetString_EndFunc($i_InternalObjectID)
Local $sMyString; = Eval("__Obj_MyObject_EndObj_Inst_"&$i_InternalObjectID&"_EndInst_Name_sMyString;_EndName")
        
        Return $sMyString
        
Assign("__Obj_MyObject_EndObj_Inst_"&$i_InternalObjectID&"_EndInst_Name_sMyString;_EndName",$sMyString;,2)
EndFunc

Func __Obj_MyObject_EndObj()
$__ObjectOr_ObjectsCount += 1
ReDim $__ObjectOr_ObjectNames[$__ObjectOr_ObjectsCount+1]
$__ObjectOr_ObjectNames[$__ObjectOr_ObjectsCount] = "MyObject"
    
    
Assign("__Obj_MyObject_EndObj_Inst_"&$__ObjectOr_ObjectsCount&"_EndInst_Name_sMyString;_EndName","",2)
    
    
    
    
Return $__ObjectOr_ObjectsCount
EndFunc

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You have this twice:

Global $__ObjectOr_ObjectsCount = 1
Global $__ObjectOr_ObjectNames[1]

Global $__ObjectOr_ObjectsCount = 1
Global $__ObjectOr_ObjectNames[1]

And I mean an example of the OO code.

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#12 ·  Posted (edited)

You have this twice:

Global $__ObjectOr_ObjectsCount = 1
Global $__ObjectOr_ObjectNames[1]

Global $__ObjectOr_ObjectsCount = 1
Global $__ObjectOr_ObjectNames[1]

And I mean an example of the OO code.

That shouldn't be the problem.

OO is OO froom yoour first poost.

Edited by trancexx

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Without rewriting the engine to take advantage of actual object oriented software benefits, what's the advantage of a syntax change?

I'm not saying this to be snarky, I'm genuinely curious. This looks pretty cool :mellow:

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#16 ·  Posted (edited)

I stay... I prey... I see you in heaven one day....

Respect :mellow:

(Yap, thats why you need to be MVP.)

Edited by MByte

I can do signature me.

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cool it works..!

after I got rid of the comment (; Use 'Declare' to declare variables in objects. Variables declared using Local and Dim can only be used the first time when the object is created. After that they'll be deleted.)

also it can be confusing that the name should be Autoit3 Orginal and not Autoit3 Original

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Well obviously anything you can do with this you could do without it, or it wouldn't work... then again I never really saw OO as that big of a benefit.


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#19 ·  Posted (edited)

recompiled script Heres an unicode version with the autoit exe spelled correctly

Edit: uploading

Edit: http://www.sendspace.com/file/1px67j

Edited by mmavipc

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#20 ·  Posted (edited)

Did you decompiled my script?:mellow:

anything you can do with this you could do without it

True, but this is so much easier. Edited by Kip

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