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I saw a reference to this here

and i was wondering what it is?

I have a couple of scripts that fail like the post above the referenced post (Array variable has incorrect number of subscripts) error

and i wondered if this stripped au3 file would help solve them?

On a footnote

When you get errors from Includes is there a way to get it to tell you which line number in the include that is erroring so we can backtrack?

rather than the compiled line number which is no help at all?

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Au3Stripper can produce an single sourcefile that is similar to what is stored in the compiled script file.

So this allows you to check the exact line in case the compiled script end with an error.


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Jos has added a utility to the latest SciTE4AutoIt3 packages called Au3Stripper - which replaces the old Obfuscator. It expands all of the includes and then removes all unused functions and constants as well as all comments and blank lines giving you a "minimalist" file which will be compiled. This means that "error at line" messages refer to the same line in the stripped script. Look in the SciTE Help file for more details. :)


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