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Running SciTE w/ stable and beta versions of AutoIt in seperate directories

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I have more scripts then I have time to convert them, so I am attempting to run the stable release of AutoIt in one directory and the beta version in another for those times when newer functionality will make my life easier. I will then "convert" my stable scripts to work in the beta version.

My question is this: Can I safely to this if I run all of my scripts as compiled EXEs, compiled with the appropriate verion? (I understand the issues with having au3 file extensions associated with programs via windows, etc.) And can I have separate installations of SciTE in each directory and have them working against the proper version of AutoIt.

I apologize if this has already been discussed. I was unable to find an answer.

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I have more scripts then I have time to convert them, so I am attempting to run the stable release of AutoIt in one directory and the beta version in another for those times when newer functionality will make my life easier. I will then "convert" my stable scripts to work in the beta version.

My question is this: Can I safely to this if I run all of my scripts as compiled EXEs, compiled with the appropriate verion? (I understand the issues with having au3 file extensions associated with programs via windows, etc.) And can I have separate installations of SciTE in each directory and have them working against the proper version of AutoIt.

I apologize if this has already been discussed. I was unable to find an answer.

No need to ... look in my Sig on how to setup Production and Beta together with SciTE4AutoIt3 ...

:shocked:


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No need to ... look in my Sig on how to setup Production and Beta together with SciTE4AutoIt3 ...

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JdeB,

I am sorry, but that is not acceptable. :shocked: Not only did you reply too quickly, but you have made this all too easy. Shame on you. :(

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