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AutoIt v3.3.1.7 (Beta)

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AutoIt v3.3.1.7 (Beta)

Mensaje  Admin el Lun Dic 21, 2009 2:16 pm

AutoIt v3.3.1.7 (Beta) Released:

Spoiler:

AutoIt:
- Fixed #1332: Mod() forced a conversion to floating point numbers when it didn't need to which can cause unexpected output.
- Fixed #1321: DllStructCreate() did not support _ in data names. Documented valid characters for data name.
- Fixed #1322: Crash when using ControlCommand("GetSelected") on non-Edit controls.
- Fixed #1328: StringFormat() was no longer accepting sequences such as 0s.

UDFs:
- Fixed #1312: Errors with _GUIImageList_BeginDrag() example.
- Fixed #1320: _GUIImageList_DragMove() documentation contained a parameter that doesn't exist.
- Fixed #1325: Some date functions could attempt to access an invalid array.
- Fixed: Invalid syntax in MenuConstants.au3.

The following changes are script breaking changes:
Spoiler:

Some of the following features are
deprecated. Deprecated features are no longer documented but continue
to work. Deprecated features will be removed after version 3.3.2.0. It
is strongly recommended that scripts relying on deprecated features be
updated to work with the new behavior. Some features have already been
removed and will be noted as such.


AutoIt:


  • ShellExecute() and ShellExecuteWait() no longer use
    the "open" verb by default. See the remarks section for those functions
    for more details.
  • The return value of InetGet() has changed. It is important to read and understand the changes because it is possible to leak resources if InetGet() is used incorrectly.
  • InetGet("abort"),@InetGetActive
    and @InetGetBytesRead are now deprecated. The following list shows the
    new functions used to access the old behavior:

    • InetGet("abort") - Calling the new InetClose() function with a handle returned from InetGet() will abort a download.
    • @InetGetActive - Calling the new InetGetInfo() function with no parameters returns a count of active downloads.
    • @InetGetBytesRead
      - Calling the new InetGetInfo() function with a handle returned from
      InetGet()will return the bytes read (and more) for a download.
    </li>
  • The FtpBinaryMode option set with AutoItSetOption() has been removed. Now InetGet() takes a flag to specify the transfer mode.
  • The URLDownloadToFile() alias for InetGet() has been removed.
  • AdlibEnable() and AdlibDisable() are deprecated. See the new functions AdlibRegister() and AdlibUnRegister().
  • OnAutoItStart() is deprecated. See the new pre-processor statement #OnAutoItStartRegister.
  • OnAutoItExit() is deprecated. See the new functions OnAutoItExitRegister() and OnAutoItExitUnregister().
  • The
    AutoItSetOption() option OnExitFunc has been removed. See the new
    functions OnAutoItExitRegister() and OnAutoItExitUnregister().
  • GUICreate() with $WS_EX_MDICHILD has been fixed to be relative to client area as documented.
  • ProcessWait() now returns a PID instead of 1 on success.
  • WinWait(), WinWaitActive(), WinActivate(), WinActive() and WinMove() now return an HWND instead of 1 on succes.
  • The
    macro@YDAY now uses the range 001 - 366 instead of 1 - 366. This makes
    the macro more consistent with other languages (like C/C++) and more
    consistent with all other date related macros which return strings with
    leading 0s to pad the length.
  • RegEnumKey() and RegEnumVal() now return an empty string instead of an error message.

UDFs:


  • The last optional parameter for _StringBetween() has been removed.
  • _StringAddThousandsSep()
    has been removed. There are too many opinions on what this function
    should do and too many revisions of this function have been made.
  • _SQLite_SaveMode() has been renamed to _SQLite_SafeMode().
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