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Au3Stripper does not always handle rel. paths right

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Hi -

It is the first time I'm using Au3Stripper - VERY helpful tool :)

I noticed that it handles relative paths not always right if compiling - please see the reproducer in the ZIP.

Including AU3s this way works well:

#include ".\test.au3"
#include "..\test.au3"
#include "..\..\test.au3"

This way:

#include ".\..\test.au3"
#include ".\..\..\test.au3"

... produces such an error:

>Running Au3Stripper (19.102.1901.0)  from:C:\Program Files (x86)\AutoIt3\SciTE\Au3Stripper cmdline:
Can't open file C:\TEMP\TEST\include1\include2\__include2.au3
!>08:36:04 ---------------------------------------------------------------
!>08:36:04 Au3Stripper ended with errors, using original scriptfile.rc:1
!>08:36:04 ---------------------------------------------------------------

Yes, I could replace ".\..\test.au3" with "..\test.au3" but why ".\test.au3" works?

I'm not sure if this is a bug or behaviour by design :) Is it worth a ticket?

TEST.zip

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I will have a look, but am pretty sure there is no logic for .\ in the function that converts the relative path to the absolute path. Seems like you are the first one using it in all those years. 

Jos

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3 hours ago, supersonic said:

I'm not sure if this is a bug or behaviour by design :) Is it worth a ticket?

TEST.zip

Check the current beta version of Au3Stripper which should fix this issue. :)

Jos


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