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Make a computer react to user actions by code. Using IronAHK, you can easily create applications that can react to user actions or other events, such as file save, hotkey presses, mouse clicks, etc. An easy to use language makes it easy to create your own hotkeys and scripts. IronAHK is cross-platform compatible and can run on Windows, Linux and MacOS.
Introducing a new.NET library: „Microsoft.Scripting“. This library allows you to create scripts for.NET applications using IronAHK.
I want to create a simple app, that should display information about a word using.NET controls, when the word is clicked on.
The word „Script“ is clicked, and a list of „books“ is shown, containing „scripting“, „scripting.net“, „scripting java“ etc.
The code I have so far is:
public partial class Form1 : Form
private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
StringBuffer file = new StringBuffer();
file.AppendLine(@“Hello, I’m IronAHK.“);
file.AppendLine(„This is a simple word-processing program, which uses IronAHK.“);
file.AppendLine(„Only click the words to get their definition.“);
file.AppendLine(„Here is a definition of „Hello“: Hello“);
file.AppendLine(„Here is a definition of „Word“: Word“);
file.AppendLine(„Here is a definition of „Label“: Label“);
file.AppendLine(„Here is a definition of „Number“: Number“);
file.AppendLine(„Here is a definition of „Misspell“: Misspell“);
file.AppendLine(„Here is a definition of „Unexpected“: Unexpected“);
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KEYMACRO is a utility to help with automation of development environments. It allows for the ease of use of hotkeys and macros while eliminating the need to worry about whether hotkeys will work across the various clients and languages used in development environments.
Open and close multiple windows, tabs and browser windows at once, even for multiple users.
Apply/Remove filters to entire groups of windows.
Open, close and minimize tabs with one hotkey.
Automate in development environments by selecting a „scene“ of windows and repeating the hotkeys in the scene.
Allows the user to assign hotkeys to automate builds in windows like notepad.exe
Filter tabs and windows for specific labels or HTML comments.
Filter tabs and windows for specific tags.
Filter tabs and windows by url.
Disable highlighting or filtering of specific words/terms.
Filtering can be reversed.
Filter files by extension.
Set keyboard shortcuts to run specific scripts.
Set Keyboard shortcuts to run specific macros.
Set Keyboard shortcuts to run specific scripts.
Play „silent“ keystrokes on specific keyboard shortcuts.
Script can be assigned to a specific window.
Intercept mouse clicks on a specific window and act on them.
Set keyword/filter combinations to automatically start a set of scripts on startup.
Set keyword/filter combinations to automatically stop a set of scripts when closed.
Set keyword/filter combinations to automatically start a set of scripts when closed.
Allows the user to have a specific script open multiple windows at the same time.
Automatically track changes to specified text files and act on them.
Display/hide specific files from the file listing.
Display the most recent version of a file.
Set focus to specific files and close them when the focus is lost.
Provide a separate notification area on the taskbar that includes a file list and file search features.
Search for text within the open file windows.
Find text within the open file windows.
Find text within the current document.
Scan the current document for the text.
Sort files by name, size and date modified.
Display a file’s information in a tooltip window when the file is moused over.
Display the information in a tiny info bar in the foreground window.
Sort folders by label, size
IronAHK is a cross-platform, high-performance, free, open-source, script compiler and interpreter for Microsoft Windows, Linux and Mac OS X operating systems. With IronAHK, you don’t need to worry about cross-platform script compatibility problems. IronAHK takes care of that. IronAHK runs on a wide variety of platforms, from ancient DOS to Windows Vista/7 and Mac OS X 10.4/5, and in recent versions runs on Windows CE, Mac OS X, Android, Linux, BSD, NetBSD, Solaris, OpenBSD and FreeBSD. It can be used with or without SDL for sound, and it can be compiled for both x86 and x64 (64-bit) architectures. IronAHK can run on any x86 PC or Linux box with Mono installed.
+ C/C++ compiler compatible with Visual Studio 6 or higher
+ Support for ASP.NET 4 and Mono (version 3.1.1 or higher)
+ Supports most ANSI and wide-character encodings and file formats
+ Huge Win32, Linux and Mac OS X scripting libraries (written in C++/CLI)
+ Super-fast interpreter/compiler, runs in real time for scripting
+ Almost any command-line tool can be used as an external command
+ Super-fast, optimized compiler that compiles to x86 code for x86, ARM or MIPS
+ Portable, Win32 and Linux AHK files (nested scripts)
+ Compiles to a CIL x86 binary (x86, x64 and ARM builds)
+ Runs on Android and other embedded platforms
+ Runs on WinCE, Mac OS X and Linux
+ Multi-language support (English, French, German, Japanese, Chinese and Russian)
+ Multi-threaded interpreter/compiler
+ Multi-platform file format (AHK for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, Android, BSD, NetBSD, OS/2, etc.)
+ Fast, compact Windows.NET file (x86, x64 and ARM)
+ Super-fast.NET Micro Framework language compiler (x86, x64 and ARM)
+ Experimental.NET port: Micro Framework compiler.
+ Interpreter built using CIL and CLI, but the compiler runs in real time.
+ Auto-unboxing of variables to ensure
What’s New in the IronAHK?
IronAHK is a simple multi-platform scripting language that compiles to.NET or.NET Core language and is fast enough for scripting.NET applications. IronAHK is also much faster than AutoHotkey, even compiled as-is.
The IronAHK source code is free for non-commercial use.
Contributing to IronAHK:
The IronAHK project is governed by a Code of Conduct and Open Source Initiative (OSI) compliant license. If you wish to contribute to IronAHK, please read the guidelines for contributing to open source projects first.
The IronAHK project uses the issue tracker on GitHub for tracking bug reports and feature requests.
The IronAHK development team is quite responsive. However, please be patient. The team can only work on one or two features at a time. Even if you want a feature very urgently, be patient, the wait may still be several weeks to months.
IronAHK uses the Git source control system. To report issues in the IronAHK source code, please use the issue tracker on GitHub. We hope that you will help us to make IronAHK better!
Finally, we welcome your feedback! We want to hear your feedback about IronAHK. For this purpose, please join our Discord community.
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Questions about IronAHK? Join us on our IRC channel or visit us on Discord.
The IronAHK Project is a community effort. If you would like to support IronAHK, please consider making a donation to support the project.
There is currently no official company or commercial backing for IronAHK.
If you wish to support IronAHK, you may donate funds via the Flattr service.
What is IronAHK?
IronAHK is a re-write of AutoHotkey for.NET and Mono to provide cross-platform compatibility, increased performance and smaller binary file sizes for compiled scripts.
IronAHK is developed by a team of volunteers, and is inspired by other multi-platform scripting languages.
How does IronAHK compare to AutoHotkey?
AutoHotkey is a cross-platform scripting language that was written in Microsoft Visual Basic. It has been abandoned by Microsoft, but still can be used for legacy purposes.
Since IronAHK uses.NET and Mono, it can be used on any system with Mono installed (as long as it runs.NET 4.6).
IronAHK does not require an installer to be installed and requires less configuration than AutoHotkey.
IronAHK is designed for compact scripts that perform the bare essentials.
How does IronAHK compare to.NET and Mono?
– Internet Explorer 8, Firefox 3.6 or later, Google Chrome or Opera 10.5 or later
– Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, or Windows 7
– Mac OS X 10.4 or later
– An Ethernet adapter and a standard NTSC console
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