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creating vcpu need some help with autoit script


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It does not look like the AutoIt programming language. Perhaps you copied the source from somewhere and thought it was AutoIt source and saved it to a au3 file?

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yup sure have copie that. don't know where to start for programing with autoit script. is there anyway i can convert c langage into autoit script?

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A better question is what are you trying to do with this script? What function do you want it to perform? Please provide the link to where you found the script you provided. Why did you think it would do what you wanted?

Cheers and Regards

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Project to create 64bit virtual CPU in Gambas, a 64 bit assembler in for the CPU and then port C to it, and then scripts to port GNU/Linux to it. The aim is to run 64 bit Linux on common 8/16/32 bit CPUs in applications where speed is not an issue.

it's a virtual cpu. i'm trying to complie that for windows 7 x64. i need to know how to complie into dll and inf.

hi, i can't seem to resolve this auto it script can some please help me out here?

Sorry, no offense meant, but I'm afraid that if you are asking the kind of questions you asked above that this project is most likely way beyond your current capabilities.

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A good way to start would be to read the project title and description:

http://en.sourceforge.jp/projects/sfnet_vcpu-64bit/

The 64 bit Virtual CPU Project

Project to create 64bit virtual CPU in Gambas, a 64 bit assembler in for the CPU and then port C to it, and then scripts to port GNU/Linux to it. The aim is to run 64 bit Linux on common 8/16/32 bit CPUs in applications where speed is not an issue.

Gambas:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gambas

http://gambas.sourceforge.net/en/main.html

Now after you will have manage to "port" Gambas from the Linux environment to the Windows NT platform:

http://gambasdoc.org/help/howto/windows

then develop a few tens of new classes, headers and what not to interact with the new platform, you won't have any particular issue in making "compile them into dll libraries and create inf" :whistle:

Seriously, this is not something possible without re-writing a whole programming language (almost) from scratch.

jaclaz

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