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Problem with latest Au3stripper.exe?

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Hi there,

I have a problem using the latest two betas of au3stripper.exe.

Compiling my script using V17.224.935.6 works fine, the next two releases (18.624.1847.0 and 18.624.1847.1) show an error:

!==> *** ERROR: stopping process because include file not found :#include <INCLUDE_FILE.au3>
!==> *** Checked these directories :
!==>     C:\Program Files (x86)\AutoIt3\include\INCLUDE_FILE.au3
!==>     SCRIPT_DIR\INCLUDE_FILE.au3
!==>     SCRIPT_DIR\INCLUDE_FILE.au3
!>18:42:00 ---------------------------------------------------------------
!>18:42:00 Au3Stripper ended with errors, using original scriptfile.rc:999
!>18:42:00 ---------------------------------------------------------------

Changing the include line according to the helpfile (using "..." for includes in script dir and <..> for includes in the au3-include-dir won't help!?

Greetings

kara66

 

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 Yes, I have a problem au3stripper.exe.  so I didn't do anything after that I take a help of Avast support to solve out the problem but this site didn't help me properly is it possible refer me to a page related to this topic from this site?

Edited by Jos

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@Allenparkr321, So what exactly is the problem or did you just want to drop that link which I removed for the moment?

Jos

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