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hogfan

Folder Sync with sync.au3

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I've read the documentation in this script provided by Universalist, and it looks like it will do exactly what I need.  However, I did not see a way to add this to the includes in my script and call a function.  Does this script have to be compiled separately to an .exe and call via a Run or ShellExecute command since it uses command line arguments?  Thanks for any info  on this.  

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I don't know the script you are referring to, but typically, a UDF is included with the keyword #include.

As you will see in the help file (click the link above) you can just place the au3 file to be included in the same directory as your script and use the following syntax:

#include "FileInTheSameDirAsThisScript.au3"

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Yes, I have added it to the includes section, but I'm trying to determine if there is an actual function I can call.  The original thread for the script is here:

'?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>>

The comments at the top of the script show examples of command line usage of the script, but from what the documentation says, i don't see a way to use this in my script without compiling it separately.

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Yes, I have added it to the includes section, but I'm trying to determine if there is an actual function I can call.  The original thread for the script is here:

'?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>>

The comments at the top of the script show examples of command line usage of the script, but from what the documentation says, i don't see a way to use this in my script without compiling it separately.

That isn't a UDF that you can just include in your script and call the functions, nor is it advertised to be.  You may however pull out some of the functions that you may want to use and include them in your script in order to call them (always credit the author(s) though)

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