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Won't Compile

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Scite won't compile anything. When I right click on the scripts and tell it to compile(with or without options) it leaves a INI but no EXE. I can't run scripts from Scite either. Anyone know what's wrong?

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Re-install?


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did, twice

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maybe a compiler error. Try re-installing autoit completely

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I used Your Installer 2006 Pro to run AutoIt's uninstaller, scan installation directory for left overs, and remove all registry items. No luck.

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autoit doesen't like your pc?

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Worked before, it just stopped working. :\

It says this

>C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\SciTE\AutoIt3Wrapper\AutoIt3Wrapper.exe /in "C:\Documents and Settings\Rawr\My Documents\Scripts\test.au3"
>%1 is not a valid Win32 application.
Edited by gamepin126

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What virus software are you using... and when did you run your last scan... is it relevant to the time that SciTe quit working for you?


[center]Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.[/center]

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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

Only realtime protection I have is from Zone Alarm, and autoit has full access. I don't go to garbage sites, and download things randomly, so I don't use AV's.

EDIT: I can right click on a script and run it, but not run from scite.

Edited by gamepin126

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#10 ·  Posted (edited)

This is one of those

"FFR" situations

Format, FDisk, Re-Install?

:whistle::):)

Edited by Paulie

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#11 ·  Posted (edited)

Three things that come to mind:

1: Try uninstall and re-install SciTe as well as all versions of AutoIT and reinstall.

I'm guessing your registry pointers are screwed, usually from people using system restore to rollback instead of restoring from a backup.

2: Check your antivirus isn't snaffling the code - there are frequent reports of false positives and the anti-virus log should show if this is the case. If you have a false positive, let the anti-virus people know, not here, as there is nothing that the AutoIT people can do about false positives in third-party software.

3: Check your drive for errors. Fix any found. Your system event log may also offer clues.

Edited by Confuzzled

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>%1 is not a valid Win32 application.

My usual hunches tell me that this is causing your problem, and it has nothing to do with viruses.

However, I cannot think of a solution at the moment.

Try NOT installing the stuff into program files but rather into C:\AutoIt3. May have a problem with the space in Program Files.

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Try NOT installing the stuff into program files but rather into C:\AutoIt3. May have a problem with the space in Program Files.

That did it. Thanks everyone for helping.

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