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Relative path wont work?

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hey I have this file called LoadfileWB.au3 its location is:

C:Documents and SettingsUserDesktopKSM-500kWorkbenchLoadFilekWB.au3

Inside this file is this path

#include-once
#include <C:\Documents and Settings\User\Desktop\Library\Error_log.au3>

The second include statement. I want it to be a relative path so I can run it in my virtual box.

However I have tried the following below and still cant get it to work.

#include <...\Library\Error_log.au3>
#include <..\Library\Error_log.au3>
#include <.\Library\Error_log.au3>
Edited by olo

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Read the help file on #include, use " or ' for non-internal AutoIt includes.


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Read the help file on #include, use " or ' for non-internal AutoIt includes.

tried it there but Im still getting no luck.

#include "C:\Documents and Settings\User\Desktop\Library\Error_log.au3"

 

but i still cant get something like this?

#include "...\Library\Error_log.au3" ;or whatever number of . required.

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anyone?

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olo,

You have been here long enough to know that bumping your own threads within 24hrs is frowned upon - so please do not do it. :naughty:

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olo,

You have been here long enough to know that bumping your own threads within 24hrs is frowned upon - so please do not do it. :naughty:

M23

Sorry my bad

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Where is your script file in relation to the file to be included? This works for me if the script file is on the desktop:

#include <.\Test\Test2\Test3\AD.au3>

 _AD_Open()
 Sleep(1000)
 _AD_Close()

Edit: Too bad the script block won't allow you to start your line-numbering at 0 :)

Edited by JLogan3o13

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JLogan,

I have my error log script in a folder, inside a folder on the desktop.

And my main script with all sort of includes for mini scripts is located on the desktop.

Now some of those mini scripts contain the error log file.(via its #include path)

But the error log is also in the main script.

So in the mini scripts is contains the full path but I need that path to be relative in order for it to run on a test pc

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