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AutoIT3Wrapper + Reshack no longer work

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Hello,

I just ran into a problem today when compiling an exe after I made an update to my script. I did everything the same as before but all of a sudden reshack doesn't want to change the file version, description, etc. I downloaded and replaced both programs but it's still not working. I didn't touch the #compiler messages except to change the version #.

Anyone have a similar problem?

Thanks

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I found this out too. If you have any strange or odd looking symbols in your descriptions and file versions, reshacker refuses to compile them.


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Hello,

I just ran into a problem today when compiling an exe after I made an update to my script. I did everything the same as before but all of a sudden reshack doesn't want to change the file version, description, etc. I downloaded and replaced both programs but it's still not working. I didn't touch the #compiler messages except to change the version #.

Anyone have a similar problem?

Thanks

Any errors ?

Can you show the text displayed in the SciTE output pane (assuming you use SciTE)...

What version of SciTE4AutoIt3 are you running ?

And show the #comliler directives ...

Edited by JdeB

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