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Can i use compiled scripts on Pocket PC 2003

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Nope :lmao:

Pocket pc is a different OS then Windows .....

Andre


What about Windows without using AutoIt ?It would be the same as driving a car without an steering Wheel!

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Can i use compiled scripts on Pocket PC 2003

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No, it need to be compiled for Pocket PC (different processor architecture ARM/XScale/.../Pentium). :">

I heard somebody try to port some functions of AutoIt but it has not released something for Pocket PC. Perhaps JON now more on this subject. :lmao:

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I wish AutoIt worked in DOS.

Let me explain, though nobody will probably read this.

You compile a script to become an exe and that exe works in "windows."

What if I want to make a DOS GUI for fdisk. Stupid I know, but what if?

What if I want to boot off a AutoIt file?


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I wish AutoIt worked in DOS.

Let me explain, though nobody will probably read this.

You compile a script to become an exe and that exe works in "windows."

What if I want to make a DOS GUI for fdisk.  Stupid I know, but what if?

What if I want to boot off a AutoIt file?

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Well, you'll just have to recompile the source to use DOS ONLY API Calls. Good luck.

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I wish AutoIt worked in DOS.

Let me explain, though nobody will probably read this.

You compile a script to become an exe and that exe works in "windows."

What if I want to make a DOS GUI for fdisk.  Stupid I know, but what if?

What if I want to boot off a AutoIt file?

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I understand your need.

But it could even more difficult to make AutoIt running under DOS than under PocketPC. :lmao:

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DOS is 16bit environment, right?

I guess that's the reason why it won't ever work.

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DOS is 16bit environment, right?

I guess that's the reason why it won't ever work.

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Well, that and the fact that it's DOS and not WINDOWS.

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DOS is 16bit environment, right?

I guess that's the reason why it won't ever work.

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it is 1-bit but the main reason is the available Dos functions not matching the Window functions used inside AutoIt as stated by Blue_Drache :lmao:

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it is 1-bit but the main reason is the available Dos functions not matching the Window functions used inside AutoIt as stated by Blue_Drache o:)

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You mean I got something right for once? :lmao:

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it is 1-bit but the main reason is the available Dos functions not matching the Window functions used inside AutoIt as stated by Blue_Drache o:)

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Yeah. I knew that. And as nice Valik always is he mentioned it also.

Duhhh!! :lmao:

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You mean I got something right for once?  o:)

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are you writing something you do not thing it's true in this Forum?

I never assume that in this particular forum everybody try to help everybody :lmao:

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Back to the Pocket PC thing. Does anyone know about that compiler thingy that was talked about? I have an AutoIT script that I use for connecting to my Test computers.

I use it to reimage them remotely.

Connect to them remotely through RDP and or PC-Anywhere

View Statitics on programs installed

Take a screenshot remotely for viewing if I'm unable to connect with RDP/PCAW

I would LOVE to be able to bring that with me and Re-Image all my test computers to the proper image while in a meeting, So by the time I get back to my Lab I can start testing.


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Can you link to a windows PC via VNC? I can do almost anything on my palm this way. I am sure there is a VNC client for pocket PC. At worst case, you could write a script on your pocket pc and email it to your computer to process. Hell I can do that from my phone. :(

Of course you have to have an autoit script running on your pc to grab that info and process it.

Just have to think outside the box.

But on a side note, I would drop my palm in the round file if autoit for pocketPC ever got working and buy one of those.


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Anthing new on this topic???

I have a big need to update CE4.2 devices for work. Any thoughts?

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