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Blue_Drache

Possible Compile Bug with SciTE

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>C:\AutoIt\SciTe\CompileAU3\CompileAU3.exe /in "C:\AutoIt\User Scripts\temp03.au3"
 >Running AU3Check   params:  from:C:\AutoIt\SciTe\au3check\
 C:\AutoIt\Include\SupportFunctions.au3(583,29) : ERROR: MyExit() called with wrong number of args.
     HotKeySet("{esc}", "MyExit")
     ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^
 C:\AutoIt\Include\SupportFunctions.au3(202,26) : REF: definition of MyExit().
 Func MyExit($errcode = 0)
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^
 C:\AutoIt\User Scripts\temp03.au3 - 1 error(s), 0 warning(s)
 !>AU3Check ended.rc:2
 >Running:(3.1.1.113):C:\AutoIt\beta\Aut2Exe\Aut2Exe.exe
 +>Aut2exe.exe ended.rc:0
 >Exit code: 0  Time: 117.591

The code compiles and runs just fine....as long as I click "Continue"

False positve on the error, since I've made the $errorcode an OPTIONAL parameter?


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>C:\AutoIt\SciTe\CompileAU3\CompileAU3.exe /in "C:\AutoIt\User Scripts\temp03.au3"
 >Running AU3Check   params:  from:C:\AutoIt\SciTe\au3check\
 C:\AutoIt\Include\SupportFunctions.au3(583,29) : ERROR: MyExit() called with wrong number of args.
     HotKeySet("{esc}", "MyExit")
     ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^
 C:\AutoIt\Include\SupportFunctions.au3(202,26) : REF: definition of MyExit().
 Func MyExit($errcode = 0)
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^
 C:\AutoIt\User Scripts\temp03.au3 - 1 error(s), 0 warning(s)
 !>AU3Check ended.rc:2
 >Running:(3.1.1.113):C:\AutoIt\beta\Aut2Exe\Aut2Exe.exe
 +>Aut2exe.exe ended.rc:0
 >Exit code: 0  Time: 117.591

The code compiles and runs just fine....as long as I click "Continue"

False positve on the error, since I've made the $errorcode an OPTIONAL parameter?

This is an AU3Check error, but my guess is you're a few version behind ....

Try updating and if you still have the issue pls post a small scriptlet showing the issue..

:D


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