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Installing AutoIt3.h on Code::Blocks

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Hi! I use Code::Blocks with the MinGW compiler for C programming. I put .h file in the \Include dir, the .a file in the \lib dir, set up compiler, linking statically the lib, but it doesn't works...can someone help me?thanks

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Hi! I use Code::Blocks with the MinGW compiler for C programming. I put .h file in the \Include dir, the .a file in the \lib dir, set up compiler, linking statically the lib, but it doesn't works...can someone help me?thanks

TWiz

and you are trying to do what??


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and you are trying to do what??

to use AutoIt3.h...it says me that are syntax error, but I just typed "#include <AutoIt3.h>...how can I install the library?

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to use AutoIt3.h...it says me that are syntax error, but I just typed "#include <AutoIt3.h>...how can I install the library?

Library? AutoIT3.h?? Are you talking about AutoItX?? Do you want to use libautoitx3.a??


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Library? AutoIT3.h?? Are you talking about AutoItX?? Do you want to use libautoitx3.a??

when I include AutoItX.h in my source files, I link statically libautoitx3.a in the linker settings, but when I try to compile programs it says there are some errors before init! how can I solve this problems? Are there any tutorials to find out a solution? Tnx

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