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Hello, i got a problem that i cant solve by my own.

I want to create a .txt file in a dir i just created before.

The .ini creation works for some reason.

If I try to create the .txts in the same dir as my application, it works.

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------
; Paths
; -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Global Enum $statusStarted = -1, $statusPaused, $statusJoined, $statusFound
Global $logPath = "\logs" ; Log Path.
Global $imgPath = "\img" ; Image Path.
Global $settingsPath = "\settings" ; Ini Path.
Global $pickitPath = "\pickit" ; Ini Path.
; -----------------------------------------------------------------------
; Files
; -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Global $itemFile = "log\itemlog.txt" ; Item log file.
Global $logFile = "log\log.txt" ; Action log file.
GLobal $iniFile = "settings\settings.ini" ; Settings ini file.
GLobal $imgFile = "img\Item.jpg" ; Item image file.
GLobal $pickitFile = "pickit\pickit.ini" ; pickit ini.
_setup()
Func _setup()
    ; Creates \log , \settings , \img and \pickit dir.
    DirCreate(@ScriptDir & $logPath)
    DirCreate(@ScriptDir & $settingsPath)
    DirCreate(@ScriptDir & $imgPath)
    DirCreate(@ScriptDir & $pickitPath)
    MsgBox(0, "Dir", "created dirs")
   
    ; Creates log.txt
    FileOpen($logFile, 0)
    FileClose($logFile)
    MsgBox(0, "log.txt", "created log.txt")
   
    ; Creates itemlog.txt
    FileOpen($itemFile, 0)
    FileClose($itemFile)
    MsgBox(0, "itemlog.txt", "created itemlog.txt")
   
    ; Creates pickit.ini
    IniWrite($pickitFile, "Rings", "Attribut1", 0)
    IniWrite($pickitFile, "Rings", "Attribut2", 0)
    IniWrite($pickitFile, "Amulets", "Attribute1", 0)
    IniWrite($pickitFile, "Amulets", "Attribute2", 0)
    MsgBox(0, "ini", "created pickit ini")
   
    ; Creates settings.ini
    IniWrite($iniFile, "RunCount", "RUNS", 0)
    IniWrite($iniFile, "RunCount", "FOUND", 0)
    IniWrite($iniFile, "Settings", "FIRST_RUN", 1)
    IniWrite($iniFile, "Checksum", "TOWN_CHECKSUM", 0)
    IniWrite($iniFile, "Checksum", "START_CHECKSUM", 0)
    IniWrite($iniFile, "Checksum", "RESUME_CHECKSUM", 0)
    IniWrite($iniFile, "Checksum", "TRINKET_CHECKSUM", 0)
    MsgBox(0, "ini", "created settings ini")
   
EndFunc

Could you help?

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GEOSoft

Opening the file with the flag set to 0 won't create the file. That flag is Read mode.

; Creates log.txt
    ;FileOpen($logFile, 0)
    ;FileClose($logFile)
    FileWrite($logFile, "");; no need for FileOpen/Close to create the file
    MsgBox(0, "log.txt", "created log.txt")

If you insist on FileOpen/Close use

FileOpen($LogFile, 2) ; or replace the 2 with a 1.


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GEOSoft

No problem but I should have also pointed out that there is seldom a reason to create a blank file. FileWrite() or FileWriteLine() will create the file if it doesn't exist.

Also there really isn't a need to create the folder first either. FileOpen() with the flag set to 9 or 10 will create the path if it doesn't already exist.


George

Question about decompiling code? Read the decompiling FAQ and don't bother posting the question in the forums.

Be sure to read and follow the forum rules. -AKA the AutoIt Reading and Comprehension Skills test.***

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PhoenixXL

_FileCreate() is an alternative though it uses the same functions as provided above

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Kidney

Would this be used for d3?? ;)

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