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Hi,

When I run a script from SciTE, I got this error even though the script seems ok. whats wrong?

Thanks

---------script I run --------------

MsgBox(1,"adsf","adsfadsfdf")

-------------------------------------------

------------ error msg ------------------

>"c:\Program Files\AutoIt3\SciTE\..\autoit3.exe" /ErrorStdOut "C:\Documents and Settings\ohdear\Desktop\teytryt.au3"

>Exit code: 0 Time: 2.559

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Are you sure, that you have the latest SciTe version, cause it ran with no errors on my computer?

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Hi,

When I run a script from SciTE, I got this error even though the script seems ok. whats wrong?

Thanks

---------script I run --------------

MsgBox(1,"adsf","adsfadsfdf")

-------------------------------------------

------------ error msg ------------------

>"c:\Program Files\AutoIt3\SciTE\..\autoit3.exe" /ErrorStdOut "C:\Documents and Settings\ohdear\Desktop\teytryt.au3"

>Exit code: 0 Time: 2.559

I do not see any error, just the commandline that SciTE uses to run your script and the returncode .... :)


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Are you sure, that you have the latest SciTe version, cause it ran with no errors on my computer?

This is the SciTE version that comes with AutoIt3 which is a "lite" version and doesn't have all extra's like AutoIt3Wrapper which is used by the Full version of SciTE4AutoIt3...

:)


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errorcode: 0 = succesfull, right?

I think that you meant to ask if

Exit code: 0

equaled success.

That would be my guess since Exit code: 1 is returned when there is an error.


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