Thomymaster

Problem with #include (shared libraries)

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Hi

 

I have a problem with includes.

 

I have 2 shared libraries which are used by many of my programs

-baseFuncs.au3 (shared functions for all programms)

-DBFuncs.au3 (only DB/MySQL related)

 

In my main program i include baseFuncs.au3, which itself includes DBFuncs.au3 (because some functions inside baseFuncs.au3 already do thinks with the DB).

Now this works fine (no au3checks warnings/errors on the main program and baseFuncs.au3), but when i run au3check on DBFuncs.au3 it complains about missing includes like Array.au3 (needed by some functions there).

If i then include Array.au3 in DBFuncs.au3 there are no errors there but then in baseFuncs.au3 it says that there are doubled-includes (because baseFuncs itself has Array.au3 included for some functions).

 

How do i get around this problem?

 

Best,

Thomas

 

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use #include-once at top of your UDF's

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Hi

 

I have that already in baseFuncs.au3 and DBFuncs.au3 but this doesn't help.

It keeps complaining about i.e. Array.au3 which i need in both libraries

 

Best,

Thomas

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25 minutes ago, Thomymaster said:

I have that already in baseFuncs.au3 and DBFuncs.au3 but this doesn't help.
It keeps complaining about i.e. Array.au3 which i need in both libraries

As @AutoBert said but this is only to fix problems with multiple usage baseFuncs.au3 and DBFuncs.au3

4 hours ago, Thomymaster said:

when i run au3check on DBFuncs.au3 it complains about missing includes like Array.au3 (needed by some functions there).

Array.au3 already contain #include-Once
So you can add this

#include <Array.au3>

in any of your own script/udf's

So if you want to check your own UDFs with Au3Check you must add #include ... for each Standard UDF  which you want to use in selected your own UDF

 


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Hi

 

Thanks a lot this did the trick :)

 

Best,

Thomas

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