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Compiled Script

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I have a script which when run processes without any errors however when the script is compiled I occasionaly get a message which tells me the line number at which the compiled version fails. Given that the script has some standard AutoIT #Includes as well as some that I have created for my own purpose the simple question is how do I identify the line number for the code in the #include which is cause the compiled version of the script to fail.

For example is it possible to process the script and the #includes into one file which can then be reviewed in the line order it would be in when compiled.

Assistance is always appreciated... Ant Posted Image

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anixon,

Run the code through Obfuscator when compiling and it produces a file "filename_Obfuscated.au3" in the same folder as your script which is what the compiler actually uses to produce the final script. If you use the /StripOnly parameter with Obfuscator you automatically strip all the comment and blank lines and unused function code, so the line given in the error message would refer directly to that line in the Obfuscated file. Easy to find the error line number now! :)

If want to try this, you need the full SciTE4AutoIt3 package, which you can download from here. You get lots of other goodies as well, so it is well worth it if you have not already done so. ;)

Just add this to the top of your script:

#AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_Obfuscator=y
#Obfuscator_Parameters=/so

M23


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anixon,

Run the code through Obfuscator when compiling and it produces a file "filename_Obfuscated.au3" in the same folder as your script which is what the compiler actually uses to produce the final script. If you use the /StripOnly parameter with Obfuscator you automatically strip all the comment and blank lines and unused function code, so the line given in the error message would refer directly to that line in the Obfuscated file. Easy to find the error line number now! Posted Image

If want to try this, you need the full SciTE4AutoIt3 package, which you can download from here. You get lots of other goodies as well, so it is well worth it if you have not already done so. Posted Image

Just add this to the top of your script:

#AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_Obfuscator=y
#Obfuscator_Parameters=/so

M23

Thanks M23 I have tried your solution and it works just fine. As always your assistance is much appreciated. Best Wishes Ant.. Posted Image

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