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Help - problem compiling x86 in Windows 10

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ModemJunki

And after a reboot, the problem was gone. I should switch to using an abacus.

I am puzzled. Using 3.3.14.2.

Under Windows 10, the following command sometimes delivers an working x86 executable and sometimes not (it will run in x64 Windows but not x86 WinPE).

C:\Tools\AutoIt3\Aut2Exe\Aut2Exe.exe /in test.au3 /out test.exe

This is regardless of setting #pragma compile(x64, false) or #AutoIt3Wrapper_UseX64=N in the script themselves. Note that any x64 compiling works, and the script is compiled as x86 with F7 in SciTE, just not from command line (scripting of build in another AutoIT compiled build tool).

Is there a known problem with the compiler, could it be some odd Windows 10 issue, or do I need to investigate further from my side?

 

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