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    Open Source Community Modular AutoIT Bot - Interested?

    Hello Ownedcore,

    I'm interested in starting a project where people can make a code snippet which does one single thing in the game, and submit it to version control such as github. In this way we can all build a great bot which is extensible and free. Since I prefer AutoIT, that will be the project.

    For example there will be one function to check if Diablo 3 is running or not, and start it if it isn't.
    There will be one function which will determine if you are at the log in screen or not.
    There will be one function for everything:
    Go to town using TP.
    Find nearest merchant.
    Change quest to a specific quest.
    And so forth. In the very beginning the bot will be useless. But as submissions come in there will be more and more workable code, and eventually maybe you could write a bot like this:

    startup()
    go_to('auction house')
    auction_house('random clicking around')
    chat(random_chat_message)
    boss_run('diablo', clear_area_first=True)
    ...etc...

    I'm a little skeptical about autoit's ability to accurately combat dynamically placed monsters, but at the very least this would be a fun exercise in bot writing, pixel detection, etc. And would be useful for some things.

    Is anyone interested in a project like this? Seems everyone is re-inventing the wheel in their own bots; maybe we can band together...

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    seems an good idea, but how will you host the "knowladgebase"
    and btw: i prefer AHK, since it is more C-like

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    plus 1 for autohotkey

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    to be safe u should do it without memory interaction imo. so u are not able to scan for creeps properly or even not able at all.dont know yet.
    there are only a few places where its possible to use autoit.
    Last edited by antrox; 07-29-2012 at 01:16 PM.

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    if you decide to do this, you should do it in either C# or C++ instead of using n-tier scripting languages like AutoIT.

    I currently stopped playing D3 and as such have lost interested in developing my semi-working personal AH bot(C#). I'm considering releasing the source code for people who want to get started with C# botting.

 

 

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