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« on: November 14, 2010, 06:34:06 PM »

NANY 2011 Entry Information

Application NameCautomaton
Versionv1.0.1
Short DescriptionAutomating actions that are hidden away in the context menu of a file.
Supported OSesWindows XP+, 32 and 64-bit
Web PageWebsite
Download Link(open directory of released versions)
System Requirements
Version History
  • 2010-11-15 Cautomaton v0.8.1
  • 2010-11-15 Cautomaton v0.8.2
  • 2010-11-16 Cautomaton v0.8.3
  • 2012-02-23 Cautomaton v0.9.0
  • 2014-12-23 Cautomaton v0.9.5
  • 2015-01-03 Cautomaton v1.0.0
  • 2015-01-21 Cautomaton v1.0.1
Author worstje
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Description
There are many applications that stick themselves into that little corner in a files context menu, yet offer no way to automate their otherwise wonderful functions. Cautomaton is the answer that allows you to automate context menu actions using a simple commandline syntax that nevertheless tries to aim to support every possible action one might want to make. Through the means of crumb matching, where Cautomaton follows the crumbs of information you lay out, nothing is beyond your reach! smiley

Or you can simply abuse it to call up a popup menu of your liking. I wouldn't know why, but the possibilities are endless!

Features
  • three different action sources:
    • Popup (/p) a menu - pick your option like you would in explorer!
    • Verb (/v) - Select a verb, the Windows way of picking a menu item.
    • Match (/m) - Throw down some 'crumbs', and let Cautomaton match them to the menu.
  • a builtin analyzer (/a) advices you on (the best?) parameters to use for this file and action
  • a noop modifier (/n) makes it possible to test matching without stuff happening
  • quiet mode (/q) - sometimes it is nice not to spam your errors and other messages around
  • debug mode (/d) - for when you think the bugs are nibbling your crumbs, your crumbs have grown feet or stuff simply isn't happening. (Mostly meant for me, the author, to try and help people with bugs they might come across.)
  • expansive help screen (/?) mentioning all the options briefly.
  • stylish like a gentleman should be - hat included! removed in v1.0.1, sorry!

Readme.txt
Cautomaton
v1.0.1 (2015-01-21)

Cautomaton is a tool meant for the automation of actions that have ended up
being difficult to automate because the functionality in question is accessed
through the so-called context menu by right-clicking on a file.

Thus, Cautomaton allows for easy ways to scan particular files for viruses,
check the integrity of archives, set images as your wallpaper or whatever
other functionality is stashed away in the context menu.

It is not a tool for all occasions, however. If you can just as easily call
upon your anti-virus program directly, that may be more reliable. I consider
Cautomaton itself to be very dependable, but the ecosystem it is used in
determines its practical worth. Programs (ab)use the context menu in many
silly ways, and due to Cautomaton's invasive (automating) nature, those
programs may stumble even if you are not even attempting to interact with them!

That said, I consider such programs a challenge, as it means Cautomaton could
probably do an even better job than it already does. So if Cautomaton does not
seem to get the work done despite indicating that it should in fact work, feel
free to let me know and I'll do my best to find a solution for you.

-Jan Wester

http://whitehat.dcmembers.com/


INSTRUCTIONS
------------

Make sure to use the proper build for your system. While the 32-bit executable
works on a 64-bit machine, you likely do not have the proper context menu
extensions installed for the 32-bit (WOWSYS64) subsystem. End result is that
items will be missing where you might expect to see them.

(All 32-bit applications suffer this - try a 32-bit explorer some time.)

Cautomaton relies on the 'Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package'.
You will need to install the version matching the build of Cautomaton you use.

To download the 32-bit (x86) version, visit: http://bit.ly/1yHFnLu
To download the 64-bit (x64) version, visit: http://bit.ly/159xous


HOW TO USE
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Getting started with Cautomaton is easy. There are two basic steps involved:
identification and invocation. In order to perform (invoke) an action on a file
for you, Cautomaton needs to be able to identify it.

To help with this, Cautomaton can analyze an action you perform. For example,
run the following in a commandprompt:

  cautomaton.exe /p /a ReadMe.txt

This will tell Cautomaton to popup ('/P') a context menu, and analyze ('/A')
the choice afterwards. Choose one of the menu items. For example, open it.
The file 'ReadMe.txt' will now be opened in your program of preference.

(If you do not want this to happen, you can add an extra '/N' parameter to
have Cautomaton do nothing with the chosen item.)

At the end of the technical analysis Cautomaton performed is a recommendation
on how to use Cautomaton. Whatever it recommends is almost always the best way
to go about repeating your actions. For example, it will say:

  Recommended Cautomaton parameters: /v open

The recommended parameters would instruct Cautomaton to use the 'open' verb on
the file(s) in question. Now, try out the recommendation to see if it works:

  cautomaton.exe /v open ReadMe.txt

You should now see 'ReadMe.txt' be opened in your program of choice. At its
essence, that is all there is to using Cautomaton.

With these basics in mind, simply opening up a command-line and experimenting
with the different options should help you on your way. For a list of all the
things Cautomaton can do, try:

  cautomaton.exe /?

There are a lot of options to fine-tune Cautomaton's behaviour, but most of
the time, you will not need them. But if you do... well, they exist!

One final word of caution regarding '/M': this option is very flexible, but is
also unreliable at its core. For example, menu text might be translated to
German for someone who uses the German language on their computer, so matching
against English text won't work. In a similar vein, the positioning of items
can vary depending on a multitude of factors, and the internal IDs are even
more fleeting. Please be aware of the assumptions you make when using '/M'!


KNOWN ISSUES
------------

1) Using '/A /P', and choosing an item in the 'Open With' menu will cause the
     analysis to throw out an incorrect first crumb ('&Choose de' as opposed
     to the correct 'Open wit&h'). Other action sources work fine.

2) Canceling a 'delete' verb operation gives Cautomaton an error code it
     cannot recognise, which it then treats as a standard failure that can
     only be recognised when running in debug (/d) mode.

3) On Windows versions that pre-date Windows Vista, a context menu that applies
     to multiple files may be different than one Windows Explorer conjures up.
     Items may be missing, doubled and/or mispositioned. For most invocations
     (/P, /V or /M using text-matching) this should not be a problem, however.


REQUESTS FROM THE AUTHOR
------------------------

REQUEST TO TESTERS (#1): Please try out the multiple files support! If there
  are differences between a context menu for the same files in one directory,
  and a context menu for these same files being in separate directories, make
  sure to let me know! If it is at all in my power to make these two cases
  consistent with one another, I will do so!

REQUEST TO TESTERS (#2): Windows versions pre-Vista may have a weird / glitchy
  context menu when applied to multiple files. I can't really test on such
  systems anymore, but I am very interested in hearing about the state of
  Cautomaton's new functionality on those systems. Let me know!


VERSION HISTORY
---------------

As Cautomaton's version history was getting rather lengthy, it has been put
into its own file. Please see 'Changelog.txt' for more information.


LICENSE
-------

Copyright (c) 2015 Jan Wester

This software is provided 'as-is', without any express or implied
warranty. In no event will the authors be held liable for any damages
arising from the use of this software.

Permission is granted to anyone to use this software for personal use, and to
redistribute it freely, subject to the following restrictions:

1. The origin of this software must not be misrepresented; you must not
   claim that you wrote the original software.
2. All original parts must be intact and unmodified.
3. This notice may not be removed or altered from any source distribution.


If you wish to obtain a license for commercial use, please contact the author.


CREDITS
-------

Thanks to...

* JoTo for mentioning a certain very buggy shell extension @
    irc://irc.freenode.net/donationcoder

* mouser for his request @
    http://www.donationcoder.com/Forums/bb/index.php?topic=24266.0

* Raymond Chen for his awesome blog & series on context menus @
    http://blogs.msdn.com/b/oldnewthing/

* Nikos Bozinis for encouraging my masochistic tendencies @
    http://www.zabkat.com/blog/08Jul07.htm

* DonationCoder.com as a whole @
    http://www.donationcoder.com/

* Rui Lopes for his sample project on per-pixel alpha-blending @
    http://www.codeproject.com/KB/GDI/pxalphablend.aspx

* stackoverflow.com for solving those issues I have before I have them @
    http://stackoverflow.com/

* the Oxygen Project for having nicely licensed icons @
    https://techbase.kde.org/Projects/Oxygen


Screencast
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtQIkgGenXk" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtQIkgGenXk</a>

Usage
Installation
Extract the zip archive anywhere you'd like. Or just the one file you need for your Windows to shine. (See the Readme above why this is important.)

Using the Application
Open cmd.exe, powershell or whatnot. Go to the directory where you extracted the proper file for your architecture. Run it with the universal /? help parameter, and get started on automating the actions you need automated. smiley

Uninstallation
Just delete the files you extracted. That's all, folks! smiley

Screenshot
See attachment.


* Cautomaton1.png (108.23 KB, 1266x652 - viewed 779 times.)
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« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2010, 06:38:28 PM »

I am *extremely* excited about this.. i was unsure how feasible it would be and i'm delighted to test it!

After figuring out how to use it (readme could use some simpler intro), i have to say it is working!!! WOW! GREAT WORK and CONGRATULATIONS!
 beerchug

Really really cool that you figured out how to do this.
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« Reply #2 on: November 14, 2010, 07:09:22 PM »

This works wonderfully with my Drag and Drop Robot, to provide easy batch execution of a right-click command on a list of files:



You can see from this screenshot that D+D Robot is just invoking Cautomaton with the /m command and a $pattern, meaning text to match a substring of the context menu.
In my sample screenshot i put "Scan with" as the pattern, which matches against my context menu entry for scanning a file with Eset.



For those who don't know, Drag and Drop Robot is meant to help you perform commandline actions on large batches of files/folders.

It works great with Cautomaton, EXCEPT the only thing I never anticipated with Drag and Drop Robot is that it won't let you specify DELAYS between calls on files.  Because Cautomaton doesn't block while the process launches, you would get all processes running at the same time.  I'll add a delay option, and maybe worstje can see if he can add an option that says "don't exit until launched process exits" which would be even better.
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« Reply #3 on: November 14, 2010, 07:10:10 PM »

I think ill make a custom version of Drag+Drop robot made specifically to work with Cautomaton, preconfigured to use it.
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« Reply #4 on: November 14, 2010, 07:18:06 PM »

I am glad Cautomaton is of such good use to you. Definitely makes the time I put into it so far worth it. smiley
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« Reply #5 on: November 14, 2010, 07:22:18 PM »

Cautomaton sounds intriguing… I'm off to try it out  Thmbsup
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« Reply #6 on: November 14, 2010, 07:30:03 PM »

Be warned this isnt a tool for everyone and the beta is still a bit rough -- it's not clear how to use it unless you are talking to worstje in a chat window smiley

But here's what you would do,

First run it on a file with /a parameter, like:

Cautomaton32.exe /a "C:\Readme.txt"

It will show the popup right click menu, and you should select some item on the menu.

It will then perform the action AND also show you a recommended way to invoke it automatically.

So i my case if i choose to perform an ESET scan on the file i see output:
Recommended Cautomaton parameters: /m "Scan with ESET Smart Security"

So then if i want to simulate that I would run:
Cautomaton32.exe /m "Scan with ESET Smart Security" "C:\Readme.txt"
OR just
Cautomaton32.exe /m "$Scan with ESET" "C:\Readme.txt"

You can see why such a utility would be useful running from batch files, shortcuts, or with a batch processor like D+D Robot.
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« Reply #7 on: November 14, 2010, 07:33:45 PM »

That's very nifty!
Just tried it out using 4NT.
Works well, just have to stick automaton in my path and/or make a command-line alias for cautomaton  Wink
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« Reply #8 on: November 14, 2010, 08:07:19 PM »

List of problems in v0.8.1 / feature requests thus far pointed out to me by mouser:

  • Bug: There's no visible error message if it can't find the action. Total oversight on my part. Error code should be > 0 though.
  • Bug: XP is no gentleman, and refuses to wear the hat. (At least the window it is supposed to adorn is completely invisible without loss of functionality...)
  • Feature request: when using /a, give an example for /match even when a /verb is available.
  • Feature request tongue: better readme.txt file, including examples and a list of parameters and such
  • Bug? On mouser's XP Cautomaton totally messes up all the icons, also garbling the Send to submenu into blocks and other semi-geometrical shapes. Any XP users around here who can test with the /p option on a random file, and tell me how their menu compares to rightclicking said file?
  • Bug: debug messages are worth crap if you print the wrong stuff at the wrong places.
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« Reply #9 on: November 14, 2010, 08:22:35 PM »

On XP SP3

Just a note; Cautomaton dies here if I hover over "Open With" from the popup - before even I can left-click on it.

From inside the Cautomaton folder I type this;
cautomaton /a readme.txt

Here's a comparison of right-click menus
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« Reply #10 on: November 14, 2010, 08:22:54 PM »

Ok, so that officially makes it a Cautomaton bug. *scratches head*
Unless somehow you two have the same software installed that messes stuff up in Cautomatons specific case, but with 100% of the XP users having this problem I'll have to dive into finding an actual cause and solution. smiley
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« Reply #11 on: November 14, 2010, 08:36:41 PM »

Ok, so that officially makes it a Cautomaton bug. *scratches head*
Unless somehow you two have the same software installed that messes stuff up in Cautomatons specific case, but with 100% of the XP users having this problem I'll have to dive into finding an actual cause and solution. smiley
I do have a bunch of custom sub-menus under that '… Stuff' menu

I just checked, I can call items from that sub menu using /m… using the results from /a… either by item name or #ID

If I hit the key accelerator ('h') for 'Open With' Cautomaton dies.
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« Reply #12 on: November 14, 2010, 08:55:31 PM »

Good news!

I can reproduce it on my old laptop. Bad news.. I can't debug it on there. :-(

Edit: mystery bug goes squash!  Thmbsup

A totally harmless flag ment for Vista and higher remained somewhere after fooling around with the options in said menu. Windows 7 ignored it, XP shouldn't even know of its existence according to the docs, but it is enough to make it go nuts thinking it needs to go ownerdraw and stuff.

Will be fixed in my next release. smiley
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« Reply #13 on: November 14, 2010, 09:13:39 PM »

Well done  Thmbsup
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« Reply #14 on: November 14, 2010, 10:43:49 PM »

And version 0.8.2 is up.

v0.8.2 (2010-11-15)

    Bugfix release. Oh my, the bugs.
    
      Added: error messages when failing to compete.
      Fixed: Windows XP ownerdraw-glitch fest, which also caused crashes.
      Fixed: debug messages would print wrong data.
      Fixed: Windows XP now gets _the_ hat. And Vista+ get a smaller hat.
      Changed: added some new exit codes and restructured them.
      Fixed: Pointless /v /n combination is pointless.


Current state of affairs of stuff I've got in my head...

  • Feature request : better readme.txt file, including examples and a list of parameters and such
  • Feature request: when using /a, give an example for /match even when a /verb is available.
  • Feature request: document those exit codes I've been adding
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« Reply #15 on: November 14, 2010, 11:31:33 PM »

Bugs fixed, and icons are perfect now.. NICE!!!  thumbs up thumbs up thumbs up
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« Reply #16 on: November 15, 2010, 03:43:27 AM »

I'd like to see a few more real world examples because I think it might be an interesting program for many (and me) if they could see in what situations it would be useful.  Thmbsup
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« Reply #17 on: November 15, 2010, 08:21:56 AM »

I'd like to see a few more real world examples because I think it might be an interesting program for many (and me) if they could see in what situations it would be useful.  Thmbsup

How to pin/unpin documents to the Start Menu using Cautomaton.
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« Reply #18 on: November 15, 2010, 09:04:51 AM »

As I was testing worstje's implementation I realized that the way he built it, it actually has a totally different use from the one I originally envisioned when i posted the idea.

The original idea, which is to let you (or more likely another program) invoke one of the commands on the right-click menu programatically without direct user interaction.  This use still stands and I think will have some very cool uses.

But when worstje implemented it, he also added a feature that basically just pops up the right-click menu for a file at the cursor location.  That seems to me to be useful in and of itself.  It means that if you are writing a utility that shows a file list, you can now let the user bring up the right click context menu (either the 32bit or 64bit) from your utility, by invoking the Cautomaton executable from your utility, using the /p commandline argument, without having to write your own code for showing a file's right-click context menu (which i think is pretty hairy unless someone can correct me).
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« Reply #19 on: November 15, 2010, 09:16:06 AM »

Hairy does not describe it nearly well enough. smiley
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« Reply #20 on: November 15, 2010, 10:54:54 AM »

Looking good  Thmbsup Thmbsup
I now have a hat in the bottom left corner of my console.

I also have this
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« Reply #21 on: November 15, 2010, 11:12:34 AM »

It's interesting to see a few things re-ordered, like "Run Sandboxes" which is near top in Cautomaton.
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« Reply #22 on: November 15, 2010, 11:14:53 AM »

That screenshot is mighty interesting. What application is it that you compare Cautomaton's popup against? The custom theming makes me assume it isn't explorer. I'm pretty curious why some of those items (Run sandboxed, Kedit this) are in different spots.

As for the rename option... it is an oddball. I can definitely get the option to go in, but Windows itself doesn't handle it. I'd need to handle the command within Cautomaton, and then the question becomes - how? Popup a dialog and let someone type something there? Return an exit code that tells the calling application rename was selected so they can handle it? A new flag to let one pick between those two choices?

Don't get me wrong - it is very possible. But the nature of the command wreaks a bit of havoc since you can basically select an option in two different ways, and then the output would also be pretty drastically different for both.

There is a lot of paths the code can take, and it would be pretty easy to have an addition break some other usecase as a side-effect. So before I throw myself onto that particular problem, can you give a usecase where you would use said rename option?
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« Reply #23 on: November 15, 2010, 12:21:40 PM »

Sorry for the time lapse, I was lunching  smiley

That screenshot is mighty interesting. What application is it that you compare Cautomaton's popup against? The custom theming makes me assume it isn't explorer. I'm pretty curious why some of those items (Run sandboxed, Kedit this) are in different spots.

Duh… never forget that you're dealing with a moron here! That menu was from Directory Opus. I was clinging to my favourite adage, 'act before you think.'


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As for the rename option... it is an oddball. I can definitely get the option to go in, but Windows itself doesn't handle it. I'd need to handle the command within Cautomaton, and then the question becomes - how? Popup a dialog and let someone type something there? Return an exit code that tells the calling application rename was selected so they can handle it? A new flag to let one pick between those two choices?

There is a lot of paths the code can take, and it would be pretty easy to have an addition break some other usecase as a side-effect. So before I throw myself onto that particular problem, can you give a usecase where you would use said rename option?

Usecase? Heavens, no! Merely pointing out its absence. I don't use it ,but simply haven't bothered to remove it from my menus. Good idea to leave it out, if you ask me.

Here's Cautomaton/Explorer on my system


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« Reply #24 on: November 15, 2010, 12:47:45 PM »

Ah, that looks pretty sweet. smiley

Glad to see the difference in the visual style isn't because I forgot to include a manifest. Doublechecked as I saw your image, and it seems I popup menus always look right even if there's no manifest. And that explorer looks exactly the same minus the Rename option also makes me happy. smiley

Also, I have no clue why you would be a moron. Because you use DOpus? I doubt that is a proper reason. smiley
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