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#AutoIt3Wrapper error or user error?

I tried to use the #AutoIt3Wrapper_AU3Check_Parameter "-I dir".
Unfortunately without success. 🙁
Here the two scripts:
Test1.au3

#AutoIt3Wrapper_AU3Check_Parameters=-I C:\Users\Hubertus\Documents\Data\misc\Test\I -v 1
#AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_Before=type C:\Users\Hubertus\Documents\Data\misc\Test\I\Test2.au3
#include <Test2.au3>
ConsoleWrite("This is Test1.au3" & @CRLF)

Test2.au3

ConsoleWrite("This is Test2.au3" & @CRLF)

and here the output of "Compile"

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Why is "Test2.au3" found by #Runbefore "Type" and then not in statement "#include <Test2.au3>"?


App: Au3toCmd              UDF: _SingleScript()                             

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12 minutes ago, Exit said:

Why is "Test2.au3" found by #Runbefore "Type" and then not in statement "#include <Test2.au3>"?

...because the directive has the fully qualified path to test2.au3 and your script is in a different directory so AutoIt3.exe is not able to find the include as you didn't specify the path and it is not in its default search list of directories.

Jos

PS: Strange/misleading topic title as the #AutoIt3Wrapper directive is working and AutoIt3 having the "issue" ;)  


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@Jos

As the console output shows, the directory is in the search path:

Include search-path : C:\Program Files (x86)\AutoIt3\Include
Include search-path : C:\Users\Hubertus\Documents\Data\Autoit\Include
Include search-path : C:\Users\Hubertus\Documents\Data\misc\Test\I

 


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What does it make sense to use the include path only in Au3check and then not in Autoit3?
What should be achieved with the parameter "-I dir"?

A practical example would be helpful.  :graduated:


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33 minutes ago, Exit said:

What does it make sense to use the include path only in Au3check and then not in Autoit3?

Agree and that is why I never use that, but rather add it to the registry using SciTEConfig or manually so they both will use it.

Jos


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