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Part of my standard template for a new project is including the lines:
#AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_Au3Stripper=y ;Run Au3Stripper before compilation (Default=n)
#Au3Stripper_Parameters=/mo ; Use the parameters as listed above
I extensively use bookmarks to jump back and forth between sections of code while debugging and I am experiencing an annoyance that I'm hoping someone could steer me towards a "better" solution.
The problem is when I go to compile code, all of my bookmarks get deleted.
I have determined that if I comment out the line #AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_Au3Stripper then the issue no longer happens and my bookmarks remain.
Are there some other properties I could be setting somewhere to keep the line in place yet not destroy my bookmarks on every compile?
SciTE Version 3.7.3 Feb 16 2017 21:41:17
I got a questions, I maintain code in autoIT and every time I compile a new version or modification, Scite generate 2 folders. One folder is finish by released and the other is tentative. I try to make some google search, but never find answer would satisfied myself. The dev who was maintain it before were using AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI, and I don't know if it's related. I look both folder, but they seem pretty identical, but I would like to know what it's the difference between those to folder. Anyone have a clue?
I don't have any experience compiling AutoIt scripts or know of any best practices regarding said scripts so I was wondering, what are some of the options for passing data to complied scripts? Here's an example of what I mean by "option": Writing data to a text file, then running a script which reads the data from that text file.
I apologize if this topic is a little lackluster
Is it possible to compile script without any icon resources included?
When I make exe it uses default system icon of current OS even if I compile as console application.
On other versions of Windows it looks a little strange
It seems that the only way is remove icons from exe after compilation using resource editors like ResHacker.
another bad solution:
Using corrupted 35 bytes icon file. Windows can't load it and shows default system icon.
#pragma compile(Icon, broken.ico) broken.ico