The Kix2Exe application was designed to be a command line tool that will turn KiXtart scripts into self-executing (.exe) files.There are several reasons why one would like to package their KiXtart scripts:– Ease of distribution: include all your script dependent files in a single (and small) executable file;– Ease of execution: no need to include batch files or specify commandline parameters to execute your script, just doubleclick the executable and your script is being executed;– Source code protection: scripts are pre-tokenised and password protected before they are included into a CRC-protected executable;– Added functionality: like automatic registration of the Kixforms.dll, the use of balloontips from within KiXtart scripts and resizing the console window to optimally suite your script output;Installation Instructions:– Install Kix2Exe by running the Kix2Exe installer. The default installation path is C:Program FilesKix2Exe.– Inside the installation folder you will find a binkix subfolder. Put kix32.exe and wkix32.exe into the binkix folder. You need at least the KiXtart v4.51 executables because of the password protected pre-tokenising feature.– If you want to use the /kixforms parameter, put a copy of kixforms.dll (the Kixforms Classis DLL that is) into the binkixforms subfolder.– Optionally add the Kix2Exe installation folder to your %PATH% environment variable. This makes it easier to call Kix2Exe from where your scripts are located.
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– Turn KiXtart scripts into self-executing (.exe) files that can be distributed and run anywhere as a command line application, except Windows Vista and Windows 7.– Pre-tokenises any KiXtart script that allows the execution of shell scripts. In contrast to the commercial KiXtart KIX v6, the pre-tokenisation of KiXtart scripts cannot be protected and passwords are not used. It does require the use of a commercial KiXtart KIX v4 or higher (KIX v4.51 is needed because KIX v4.51 has a bug that allows the automatic registration of Kixforms.dll).– Includes an option to change the color of the console window to the preference chosen. This is useful when you have light-colored coding background and do not want to watch the output color from your scripts.– Creates an invisible console for your scripts. The console remains invisible even when placed on the top, bottom or right margin of the Kixforms window, and it behaves identically to standard Kixforms windows. It can be closed by pressing the q key.– Creates a new console window when opening a KiXtart script. To be able to do this, the Kixforms application must be set to open the first file in the Windows Explorer context menu.– Creates a file of the KiXtart script name and a copy of all KiXtart script dependent files, including the KiXtart HTML files, in the same directory as the KiXtart script.– Allows Kix2Exe Free Download to self-execute a KiXtart script and store the Windows installation directory (C:) on a user-defined file, which can then be used in a Windows shortcut. An Example of such shortcut. can be found in the Kix2Exe Crack Keygen.vsdt. The line to add to the end of the generated shortcut is: /installpath:c:Cracked Kix2Exe With KeygeninstallfolderKix2Exe Crack Keygenkixtartfileskixtart.exe– Creates a KiXtart script that will auto-register the Kixforms.dll, calculate its hash, and provide a version of KiXtart v4.51 with the KIXKixFORMS.DLL registration script instead of the standard KIXFORMS.DLL.– Allows you to change the Kixforms D
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– Start Kix2Exe.exe, a double clickable KiXtart script to create a.exe file that will execute a KixScript and include all the KiXtart script dependent files.– A few examples of what you can do with Kix2Exe:– A KiXtart script that opens a database file, gets the first 10 rows, print the first 4 columns and save them as csv– A KiXtart script that kicks off a remote process on a server and waits for it to complete– A KiXtart script that opens a website and lists the first row of the first table on the current page– A KiXtart script that opens a website and reads and writes line by line in a text file– A KiXtart script that opens a website, loads the text from a table in a table in the console window– A KiXtart script that reads a file, creates another file containing the file contents and sends it to a log file
– Note: Kix2Exe is not a standalone tool, it requires KiXtart v4.51. If you are running KiXtart v4.49, upgrade first, because that version of KiXtart is not supported and there won’t be any more updates.
Examples– Kix2Exe “kixBulk_add_clients.kix”– KiXtart “kixBulk_add_clients.kix”– Kix2Exe “kixReceive_by_address.kix”– KiXtart “kixReceive_by_address.kix”
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Full source code of Kix2Exe:
==============================================================================– Kix2Exe Copyright (C) 2009-2010 Fabian Schmid (firstname.lastname@example.org)– Released under the MIT licence.==============================================================================
==============================================================================– License / Disclaimer:
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– Basic usage:– How to create an executable:– Other useful information:– FAQ:Other reasons to use KiXtart:– KiXtart Script Menu:– New KiXtart Dictionary:– Plugins:
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The Kix2Exe application is a command line tool that lets you to turn your KiXtart scripts into self-executing (.exe) files.The executable can be executed with the doubleclick on Windows or with a “./” prefix on unix-like systems.See the Kix2Exe Help for a complete list of features.Kix2Exe Installation:– Install Kix2Exe by running the Kix2Exe installer. The default installation path is C:Program FilesKix2Exe.– Inside the installation folder you will find a binkix subfolder. Put kix32.exe and wkix32.exe into the binkix folder. You need at least the KiXtart v4.51 executables because of the password protected pre-tokenising feature.– If you want to use the /kixforms parameter, put a copy of kixforms.dll (the Kixforms Classis DLL that is) into the binkixforms subfolder.– Optionally add the Kix2Exe installation folder to your %PATH% environment variable. This makes it easier to call Kix2Exe from where your scripts are located.General Use:– For help on executing Kixtart scripts see the Kix2Exe help.– For help on working with the configuration of Kix2Exe see the Kix2Exe advanced configuration.– For help on using the Kixforms-module see Kixforms Advanced.– For help on using the balloontip-module see Kixforms Balloontip.– For help on editing KiXtart scripts see KiXtart.– For help on running a script inside a text-editor see KiXtart.– For help on creating an.xml file with the Kix2Exe-parameters see example-xml.– For help on calling Kix2Exe from your script see Kix2Exe from inside KiXtart-scripts.– For help on autorun-scripts see Kix2Exe Autorun.– For help on enhancing shell-scripts see KiXtart The Annotated Shell.– For help on the configuration of KiXtart see KiXtart Advanced-Configuration.– For help on KiXtart-Script
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Windows 7, 8, or 10; XP, Vista, or 20001024 x 768 or higher resolution512 MB RAMDVD driveInternet connectionSystem Requirements:Not compatible with Virtual Box or VMware WorkstationNote: This application does not run under DOSBox.Video playback is not supported, so you will need to make sure that your web browser plays HTML5 video. (Google Chrome on Windows and Linux supports HTML5 video, Internet Explorer doesn’t support HTML5 video, and other browsers support HTML5 video