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STDOUT & STDERR problems with latest autoit version

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Hi all ...

I have had a few scripts working with earlier versions of autoit, but when i installed the latest version and compiled the scripts, all stdout & sdterr reading stopped (not sure about stdin, as i cannot see output)

one of my scripts is on the forums (here STDOUT & STDERR from plink.exe)

has anyone else had these problems ... i have spent days trying to find the problem, and it just eludes me ...


ask a silly question and remain a fool for 5 minutes...don't ask, and remain a fool for life__JD - YTS | VNC2Me - Secure remote Desktop Support Solutions

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As you can see here the behaviour of StdoutRead(), StderrRead(), StdinWrite() and ConsoleRead() have been changed to work in a non-blocking way. If you want to convert them you need to use a loop to get all data. Otherwise you might consider download a old version, compile the script then move on.

Edited by monoceres

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As you can see here the behaviour of StdoutRead(), StderrRead(), StdinWrite() and ConsoleRead() have been changed to work in a non-blocking way. If you want to convert them you need to use a loop to get all data. Otherwise you might consider download a old version, compile the script then move on.

thanks monoceres for the link and info, but i already use while loops to "peek" at the data and read if data exists ...

after further investigation, i have found that the problem is the if statement that i use to "peek" at the data ... this doesn't work with the new way of reading and writing ... i have found a new way of doing it ... now to just implement in VNC2Me ...


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