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Is there a way to concatenate a user include directory

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Is there a way to concatenate (old OS/360 mainframe term) a user include directory to the AutoIt include directory so that all uses of the AutoIt compiler access it as well as the AutoIt include directory.

I have a directory of private UDFs that I would prefer not propagating to various project directories nor do I want to place them in the AutoIt include directory.

Through searching the forums and the help files I haven't been able to find anything on this.

All my compiling is done through SciTE.

Regards,

Jim

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Hi,

so you are looking for something that organizes your includes automatically?

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But searching the help file would have given you a solution.

Keywords >> #include

There is a special registry value that can be created at "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\AutoIt v3\AutoIt" called "Include". It should be a REG_SZ (string) value. The contents of this value are a semi-colon delimited list of directories that should be searched for files when resolving #include's in addition to the standard locations.

I use that solution and it works just fine. As a matter of fact I also imported all of my XP settings for AutoIt into Windows 7 to save me having to do double installs and it works fine there as well.


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

SciTEConfig has the option to update this registy entry. ;)

Sure, now you tell me. How many other goodies have you been keeping me in the dark about?

EDIT: You need a menu item that just imports all the registry settings for AutoIt and Scite from one OS to another.

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Thanks to all.

Regards,

Jim

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Sure, now you tell me. How many other goodies have you been keeping me in the dark about?

Yea, I guess that could be added to the Helpfile. ;)

I see I only documented the Color/Font option, but haven't documented the rest. (Guess I was waiting for the secretary to work on a draft :evil:

EDIT: You need a menu item that just imports all the registry settings for AutoIt and Scite from one OS to another.

That could be a nice abd relative simple script to /export and /import all possible settings for AutoIt3 and SciTE.

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Yea, I guess that could be added to the Helpfile. ;)

I see I only documented the Color/Font option, but haven't documented the rest. (Guess I was waiting for the secretary to work on a draft :evil:

That could be a nice abd relative simple script to /export and /import all possible settings for AutoIt3 and SciTE.

Jos

Added to my active projects as #33 but I may set the priority higher since I'm almost ready to switch systems again.

George

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