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Hi all,

A (stupid ?) question :

The function FileGetVersion ( "filename" ) returns a string containing the version information of a file.

But I don't seem to find a (reverse) function : FileSetVersion.

I want to include the version information in my compiled autoit scripts (.exe),

so that I can read the version with the existing function "FileGetVersion".

How can you set the version information into a (.exe) file ?


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Hi all,

A (stupid ?) question :

The function FileGetVersion ( "filename" ) returns a string containing the version information of a file.

But I don't seem to find a (reverse) function : FileSetVersion.

I want to include the version information in my compiled autoit scripts (.exe),

so that I can read the version with the existing function "FileGetVersion".

How can you set the version information into a (.exe) file ?

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True,

usually you will find in AutoIt easy functions to implement.

In this specific case I read some of us trying to interpret the windows file header but as there is no Direct Windows API to set the version you don't have the FileSetVersion.

Sorry for not helping more :lmao:

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