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Question about the console in SciTE

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Is there a way to disable all this stuff:

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I don't need to see this info every time I use the console..

I want to disable this so when I print something to the console, I will see only the data that I printed (In this case "524328")

 It would be much more convenient. :)

 

Thanks for helpers. :)

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Seriously... bad design choice... please don't use AutoIt3Wrapper any more and build your own wrapper that suits your needs.

Jos

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Seriously... bad design choice... please don't use AutoIt3Wrapper any more and build your own wrapper that suits your needs.

Jos

​AutoIt3Wrapper  is a great addition. I don't want to remove it. I just want to disable this info..

 

Where in the scite settings have you actually looked?

​In ScTE Config.

Maybe it's in Tools Selection tab?

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

Try rereading your initial post but now from my point of view and see if you come to the same conclusion.
Mine is simple: but won't write it down here as it would be way to blunt.
Moving on..

Jos

 

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Try rereading your initial post but now from my point of view and see if you come to the same conclusion.
My is simple: but won't write it down here as it would be way to blunt.
Moving on..

Jos

 

I'm sorry
But I do not understand what the problem is ..
If someone had told me that I did something with some "bad design choice" so I would not get hit (I do not know what the right word in English). I would take that as constructive criticism.

In any case, I do not mean to hurt you. You have developed an excellent addition :)


I made some cosmetic changes to the first post.

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Don't really understand your issue with the console output, and don't know how or if it can be omitted.

I'm also not sure whether is an alternative.

Thanks
This is something new?
It looks really good ..
I checked it a bit but unfortunately I found some problems with it.
It does not work properly if the the path contains non English letters and I found other problems.

There is no serious issue with how it is now.
It is only uncomfortable to see unnecessary information that I already know. It make it harder to read the info that I really want.

 

Cosmetic  ,,, yea right :)

With another cosmetic change in the opposite direction :muttley:
I am kidding .. do not take it seriously
I'm just practicing the language of smilies

 

I don't need to see this info every time I use the console..:ranting:

bad design choice :naughty:

I want to disable this so when I print something to the console, I will see only the data that I printed (In this case "524328")-_-

 It would be much more convenient !!

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#11 ·  Posted (edited)

You can send a command to SciTE to have it clear the output console when you run your script.

 

#include <WindowsConstants.au3>
#include <SendMessage.au3>
Global Const $IDM_CLEAROUTPUT = 420
For $I = 1 to 100
    ConsoleWrite($I & @crlf)
Next
sleep(2000)

SendSciTE_Command(0, WinGetHandle("DirectorExtension"), "menucommand:0" & $IDM_CLEAROUTPUT)
Func SendSciTE_Command($My_Hwnd, $Scite_Dir_hwnd, $sCmd)
    Sleep(100)
    Local $CmdStruct = DllStructCreate('Char[' & StringLen($sCmd) + 1 & ']')
    DllStructSetData($CmdStruct, 1, $sCmd)
    Local $COPYDATA = DllStructCreate('Ptr;DWord;Ptr')
    DllStructSetData($COPYDATA, 1, 1)
    DllStructSetData($COPYDATA, 2, StringLen($sCmd) + 1)
    DllStructSetData($COPYDATA, 3, DllStructGetPtr($CmdStruct))
    DllCall('User32.dll', 'None', 'SendMessage', 'HWnd', $Scite_Dir_hwnd, 'Int', $WM_COPYDATA, 'HWnd', $My_Hwnd, _
            'Ptr', DllStructGetPtr($COPYDATA))
EndFunc   ;==>SendSciTE_Command

I believe the function SendScite_Command was originally written by guinness, but I'm not 100% sure on that one.

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