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I know that if you use the Aut2Exe window that you can select whether or not to use UPX. Is there a CommandLine Param to do the same thing? It's not documented in the help file.


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If you use SciTe for editor search SciTe help file for Compiler Directives

#Compiler_UseUpx=y ;Compress output program works only for

Edited by Danny35d

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If you use SciTe for editor search SciTe help file for Compiler Directives

#Compiler_UseUpx=y ;Compress output program works only for

Thanks Danny35d

I don't generally use Scite but I'll take a look at the directives and see what I can find out. All I need is the CommandLine Param.


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Thanks Danny35d

I don't generally use Scite but I'll take a look at the directives and see what I can find out. All I need is the CommandLine Param.

Your welcome, you can download SciTE4AutoIt3.zip from here. After you unzipped look for folder SciTE4AutoIt3\AutoIt3Wrapper and open AutoIt3Wrapper.au3 you may find the command line in this script.

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Your welcome, you can download SciTE4AutoIt3.zip from here. After you unzipped look for folder SciTE4AutoIt3\AutoIt3Wrapper and open AutoIt3Wrapper.au3 you may find the command line in this script.

Oh I have Scite alright and it's the latet version but I still seldom use it.

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You want the /nopack parameter.

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You want the /nopack parameter.

Thanks again Valik.

Perhaps that should be updated in the help file?


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Thanks again Valik.

Perhaps that should be updated in the help file?

Updated for 3.2.1.14

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Updated for 3.2.1.14

Ah you're a good man jpm

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Question about decompiling code? Read the decompiling FAQ and don't bother posting the question in the forums.

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The PCRE (Regular Expression) ToolKit for AutoIT - (Updated Oct 20, 2011 ver:3.0.1.13) - Please update your current version before filing any bug reports. The installer now includes both 32 and 64 bit versions. No change in version number.

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