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Sweetx33

I try Decompile .exe to Script my friend's file

And there report :

"The executable file is not recognised as a compiled autoit script"

I am using AutoIt 12th June, 2008 - v3.2.12.1

Thir is file: ( sr I can't attach because its size 254 k > 64k in limite )

http://www.mediafire.com/?dxectowesvs

Pls see it to help me, thanks !!!

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BrettF

Hello,

Welcome to the forums. As you are knew I must assume you have not found the search feature. So now I shall refer you on to it... Use it.

But just in case your not able to that decompilation is no longer allowed and no longer allowed to be discussed.

Cheers,

Brett

EDIT: Also you should note that most of these topics get closed if you look at the search results.

Edited by BrettF

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cherdeg

Please add the decompile-info to the FAQ and close here.

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Richard Robertson

Why is the decompiler even still part of the AutoIt package? For whoever locks this, I'd like to just suggest removing the decompiler from the download.

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Torment

Hello,

Welcome to the forums. As you are knew I must assume you have not found the search feature. So now I shall refer you on to it... Use it.

But just in case your not able to that decompilation is no longer allowed and no longer allowed to be discussed.

Cheers,

Brett

EDIT: Also you should note that most of these topics get closed if you look at the search results.

I was curious about the reasoning behind removing the ability to decompile (a decision that I fully support, BTW). I can guess at the reasons behind the decision, but I wanted the official reasoning. So, my first stop was the FAQ, which instructed me to use the forum search for that answer. So, I did a search on "decompile". It gave me 19 pages of results. I started plodding through them, but as you mentioned, most of them were terminated without providing an answer. Unfortunately, I don't have several hours available to spend digging through 19 pages of posts. :mellow:

Perhaps it would be more helpful to include that reasoning in the FAQ rather than advising users to use the forum search (which turns out to be rather ineffectual in this instance)?

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GEOSoft

I was curious about the reasoning behind removing the ability to decompile (a decision that I fully support, BTW). I can guess at the reasons behind the decision, but I wanted the official reasoning. So, my first stop was the FAQ, which instructed me to use the forum search for that answer. So, I did a search on "decompile". It gave me 19 pages of results. I started plodding through them, but as you mentioned, most of them were terminated without providing an answer. Unfortunately, I don't have several hours available to spend digging through 19 pages of posts. :mellow:

Perhaps it would be more helpful to include that reasoning in the FAQ rather than advising users to use the forum search (which turns out to be rather ineffectual in this instance)?

Had you gone to Page 19 and worked back you would have have found the answer faster. Also you would have found the reason that these threads get closed, because the topic has been discussed to death.

George

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