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AutoIt3Wrapper.ini

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I'm trying to set up a few defaults using AutoIt3Wrapper.ini. But if the option isn't already in the exmple, it's guess work.

The main thing I want to do is have it store the constants in the script by default.

I've tried

Add_Constants=1

in all the sections. When I bring up the compile from a dummy script with no directtives, the box is never checked. However the Copyright is filled in, file version, Upx is unchecked etc... so it's seeing the .ini file.

Is there a definitive list how the options look in the ini file and where to put them?

this is what I'm using at the moment

' This INI sets the Defaults for AutoIt3Wrapper which can be overridden by the Compiler Directives
' Use 1 for Yes and 0 for No on options like Allow_Decompile,UseUPX and UseAnsi
' See documentation for an explanation on purpose of the fields and their values

' AutoIt section for aut2exe and AutoIt3
[Autoit]
aut2exe=
Icon=
OutfileType=
Compression=
PassPhrase=
Allow_Decompile=
UseUpx=0
UseAnsi=
Add_Constants=1

' Resource update section
[Res]
Language=
Comment=
Description=
Fileversion=1.0.0.0
LegalCopyright=2012 www.favessoft.com
Field1Name=
Field1Value=
Field2Name=
Field2Value=

[Other]
Run_AU3Check=1
AU3Check_Stop_OnWarning=
AU3Check_Parameter=-w 3
Run_Before=
Run_After=

[Config]
ResHackerPath=
RCExePath=
Edited by MilesAhead

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There is no support for it in the INI files.

I have stopped adding support for option to AutoIt3Wrapper and assume people will be using the #AutoIt3Wrapper_* directives.

Only left the current supported options for the INI files for backwards compatibility.

Jos


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