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About the only other thing I can think to add would be to handle multiple files dropped on the executable (it only handles one for now).  Let me know what you want...
-skwire (November 24, 2009, 09:11 AM)
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That's something I would like.

That's something I would like.-app103 (May 01, 2010, 10:11 AM)
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Done.  Dropped files only, no folders. 

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    + Added ability to handle multiple dropped files.  (Thanks, app103)

This is being detected by Avira as containing a virus or unwanted program 'SPR/AutoIt.Gen' [riskware]

Doesn't look like the usual false positives associated with UPX. This one looks more focused on AutoIt/AHK.

When are they going to stop picking on a programming language? They would never get away with this kind of stuff if they did this to all applications written in C++.

Avira is the only one doing this:

skwire: kidding.  There's little I can do about it, though.  I would guess it's because of the keyboard hooks and such that are part of the autohotkey.exe which gets embedded when you compile a .ahk file (even if your code doesn't use the hook).

It's not flagging Trout (thankfully), so there must be something specific in the video2mp3 that it's picking up that isn't present in Trout.


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