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Grr... what changed? #Include not working suddenly

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LondonNDIB

This was fine before I updated my Autoit and SciTe installations I think. Now its like my includes are not getting included! I swear, I didn't change anything! lol. It worked yesterday before I went to bed, now this morning I updated and it doesn't work!! I've even broken it down to a simple test and it still doesn't work.

Here's test1.au3

#include "test2.au3"
    test ();function in the uncluded file

and here is the included test2.au3 (residing in the same folder as test1.au3)

#include-once

Func test ()
    MsgBox ( "", "hello", "success?" )
EndFunc

See the included gif for the error I get.

If I just run the script, it works fine... its only when compiled that I get the error. AutoIt bug? SciTe bug? My syntax???

pulling my hair out here.

LD

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martin

This was fine before I updated my Autoit and SciTe installations I think. Now its like my includes are not getting included! I swear, I didn't change anything! lol. It worked yesterday before I went to bed, now this morning I updated and it doesn't work!! I've even broken it down to a simple test and it still doesn't work.

Here's test1.au3

#include "test2.au3"
    test ();function in the uncluded file

and here is the included test2.au3 (residing in the same folder as test1.au3)

#include-once

Func test ()
    MsgBox ( "", "hello", "success?" )
EndFunc

See the included gif for the error I get.

If I just run the script, it works fine... its only when compiled that I get the error. AutoIt bug? SciTe bug? My syntax???

pulling my hair out here.

LD

What happens if you have

#include @ScriptDir & "\test2.au3"

?


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LondonNDIB

It should fail because (from the help):

This must be a string--it cannot be a variable.

But I'll give it a shot...

Nope... same thing. Same error exactly when compiled... different error when uncompiled ("can't parse #include" as I expected)

It doesn't make sense that it would work uncompiled but not when compiled.

Can someone who has the LATEST (non beta) versions of AutoIt and SciTe installed please confirm/deny that the above script provides an error? If so, then I'll submit it as a bug report.

Thanks.

LD

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LondonNDIB

Remove the Spaces/Tabs infront of the #Include statement... (this is an Open Bug) ...

:)

Ahhh... great, thanks!

Really pulling my hair out on that trying to figure out what I changed!!

Thanks.

LD

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LondonNDIB

Confirmed... that did the trick. Thanks JdeB

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