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script works compiled exe does'nt

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i have tried to write this script myself and cant work out why after i compile it it dosent work but when i run it from the script editor it works

run("cmd.exe")

send("!ipconfig")

send("{enter}")

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i have tried to write this script myself and cant work out why after i compile it it dosent work but when i run it from the script editor it works

run("cmd.exe")

send("!ipconfig")

send("{enter}")

this is working on my comp with v3.3.0.0 of autoit, compiled and in editor

Run("cmd.exe")
WinWaitActive("[CLASS:ConsoleWindowClass]")
send("!ipconfig")
send("{enter}")

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this is working on my comp with v3.3.0.0 of autoit, compiled and in editor

Run("cmd.exe")
WinWaitActive("[CLASS:ConsoleWindowClass]")
send("!ipconfig")
send("{enter}")
thank you

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You're doing it the hard way

Run(@ComSpec & " /c ipconfig")


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You're doing it the hard way

Run(@ComSpec & " /c ipconfig")

Yeah, but this is cooler:

Send("#r")
WinWaitActive("Run")
Send("cmd{Enter}")
WinWaitActive("[CLASS:ConsoleWindowClass]")
Send("!ipconfig")
Send("{Enter}")

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

You're doing it the hard way

Run(@ComSpec & " /c ipconfig")

You must be a fast reader :-)

That sure does flash by pretty quick.

I would suggest that the OP use a batch file...

:start

ipconfig /all

pause

goto start

...but then I would have to explain how to make a text file and rename it with the bat or cmd file extension. And considering how Microsoft protects users from themselves - I would have to also explain how to show the file extensions of known file types.

The "code" above loops. Kill the window with the mouse on the "X" or "Ctrl-c" it.

Name the batch file above something like IPconfig-all.bat

It will take up about 840 bytes on ye ole hard drive as a text file instead of 600,000+ bytes as an AutoIt exe file (w/o UPX).

Then you can make another batch file named something like RR.bat

ipconfig /release

ipconfig /renew

pause

ipconfig /all

pause

There is no loop in the "code" above.

You can add...

ipconfig /flushdns

... to the RR.bat file above - but only if you are actually running the DNS service, which I don't. I see no use for it.

And then there is the properties of the cmd window. I make it big enough to be useful when you have more than one NIC. Something like 120 characters by 55 characters.

Edit: Doh - welcome to the forum Lewis McCall.

:: goes grousing back to his corner ::

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You must be a fast reader :-)

That sure does flash by pretty quick.

...

Run(@ComSpec & " /k ipconfig")
...if you want to read it.

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I was just showing him how to do it using @Comspec as opposed to opening the command window and then going through the rest of the crap (Send()s). If it were me, I would probably have sent it to StdOut as well. I don't see where a batch file would have been any better here especially with Pause


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#10 ·  Posted (edited)

I was just showing him how to do it using @Comspec as opposed to opening the command window and then going through the rest of the crap (Send()s). If it were me, I would probably have sent it to StdOut as well. I don't see where a batch file would have been any better here especially with Pause

I understand you were showing a better way in AutoIt. I wasn't knocking your code. I was going for a bit of humor about you being a fast reader - I might not have succeeded.

Some things I wouldn't port to AutoIt. A simple batch file with pause is all that is needed to see the ipconfig info. Sometimes I'm just checking my IP, at other times I want to copy the default gateway to the clipboard. Most of the time, I have multiple NICs enabled and ipconfig /all works great via that batch file... no other coding needed.

My grousing was about how Windows' default settings make it hard to teach someone to make a batch file.

sb1920alk,

I knew about /k - but thanks for the opportunity to make a one letter post :-)

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