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Automate AutoIt3Wrapper from the commandline

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Hello, I was looking into the option of initiating the AutoIt3Wrapper.au3 script from the commandline to compile my script but I can't find any documentation regarding it's commandline parameters... I know that it has some commandline parameters but I don't know about them. I checked the AutoIt3Wrapper section in SciTE's help file but found nothing :(.

 

Thanks in Advance, TD :D

 

P.S I know that @Jos will answer my question :P


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What do you see in the SciTE outputpane when you hit F7?
That should give you a pretty good hint what the commandline should be to compile in batch. ;)

Jos 


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Damn, I missed that :P. That fact that I don't use F7 let me down :o. (I always right click and select Compile with Options).

 

Will try that, Thanks for fast response :).


A cross-platform implementation of the AutoIt language

My contributions to the AutoIt Community ##AutoIt at freenode, real-time chat

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