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When I compile script and use it out of the map where
the source code is. So just moving main.exe to
other map, then source code is.
It breaks with error:
Error: Subscript used on non-accessible variable
So I wonder what kind of file do I need to
include with .exe file? Or should I do something else?
Because people that are using needs only .exe file
just start it and use it, with out source code.
hey, can anybody enlighten on lesser known Windows hacks or uses ?
Excuse me, I did not understand how in the function of Main I can include hundreds of functions of my executable code ?? How to implement this?
Weird story. Been using Autoit for more than a year now. But recently moved to a new machine, so did a fresh install, and suddenly I saw menus I never saw before in the editor.
For example, I Always used to have: Tools>Compile and then it would compile my au3 code. Now, the tools menu has a lot of options but after pressing Compile it goes to a whole new screen specifically for au3 code to select more options, also it debugs my code, which prevents compiling if badly coded.
Of course this is fine, but I would really like to recompile some old crappy code I wrote, regardless of the mistakes that are still in there, also I am really used to the old setup I had,
so kind of not done, but how do i get this 'bad' configuration back? Does it have to do with the au3.properties file? What should I do with it....
This isn't any urgent issue, but more a curiosity on my part.
Looking at the Pragma Compile Directives page of the help file, FileVersion and ProductVersion both have "last parameter being optional" in the Parameters description. Is there any documentation on what that last parameter is/does?