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Does this mean, both versions are able to run independently

I mean in a folder NEW\Autoitv3script or New|Autoitbetascript, or something ?

I have to put UDF files there on account of my scruffy nature and memory retention, and I'm far to old to adapt a new nature :)


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Full version of SciTE has options to compile and run production and beta. See the Options menu.

The latest beta information can be found here


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I have to put UDF files there on account of my scruffy nature and memory retention, and I'm far to old to adapt a new nature :)

Then you're going to be in for two surprises.

Surprise the first: You don't have to store anything in that directory and you should never store anything in that directory. There are facilities in place to allow custom include directories. I suggest reading the documentation.

Surprise the second: If you install the beta then the beta will not see files in the non-beta Include directory. That means either you copy the files manually and keep them up-to-date and fuck up lots of stuff in the process when a copy goes awry. Or you do things the right way.

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Thanks Valik, I think.

When I deteriorate to a point when I cant successuly complete a copy and past function without ballsing it up, I'll be packing my computer machine off into the attic anyway.

I reckon if you seen the state of my computer and its directories you would punch me in the face.

I know what I should do, I'm just not going to kid myself that I will do.


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You could always install the Beta the way I do. I just use the sfx file and extract everything then overwrite the Release version files with the Beta. Easy to switch back if something is messed up anyway.


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That may be a better option as I usually just right click the au3 file and select run script, and not sure which version it would use.

Talking about right click, I just noticed a debug option. Has that always been there or new ?


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Thanks Valik, I think.

When I deteriorate to a point when I cant successuly complete a copy and past function without ballsing it up, I'll be packing my computer machine off into the attic anyway.

I reckon if you seen the state of my computer and its directories you would punch me in the face.

I know what I should do, I'm just not going to kid myself that I will do.

All it takes is accidentally Ctrl+Clicking one extra file and you can very easily introduce an incompatible file into a different version of AutoIt. There is absolutely no excuse for not doing it the right way unless you don't have about 2 minutes of your life to read the documentation and setup the proper registry entry. Something you need to do one time. It seems like spending less than 5 minutes total to organize it correctly and have a safety guarantee that nothing is going to happen to your files seems like it might be worth it. But what do I know?

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Why don't you try reading the documentation for #include?

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