Batch Compiler is a small and very easy top use application designed to help you script batch programs and compile them in to exe file with a user friendly interface.
- run your script while editing
- compile batch into exes
- give icons to exes
- save meta data.such as app description,company name,product version,file ver..
- autocorrecting spelling errors in script
- using attributes to show colours in batch files
- attached help utility for basic codes
- bind some files with exe to use while app runs
Garbage search Google for BAT to EXE for a more mature working app (nothing on SourceForge has enough time put in to it)
full of problems. rookie coder. way better options out there. still looking for bat to exe
Where is the source code???
working in win8 great tool
Pros: Once you figure it out how to use it it will compile a batch file and the finished executable works GREAT! Thanks isurumy!! Cons: I get a crash message "UPX executable packer has encountered a problem" during the compile, but the output executable is created and seems to work. Come to find out the .exe file output isn't getting compressed. I just manually compress them with UPX and they are smaller and work great! Another quirk is it doesn't seem to like long path names. So keep your projects and icons in a directory off of root and it will work then. Major con: Will not save a project file at all. I've tried every way I can think of to save a project file and it acts like it saves it, but no file is created. So you have to re-key all your version and settings for every project your do from scratch. All in all it is a good program for free and I can't complain too much as I don't use it very often, but not being able to save projects would be a big hassle for anyone using it every day! System notes: Running it under Windows XP Home. not tried it on any of my other computers.