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How do I change the version and author of the program when it is compiled? Other programming languages don't actually put the name of the language in the version parameter..

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Valuater

How do I change the version and author of the program when it is compiled? Other programming languages don't actually put the name of the language in the version parameter..

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How do I change the version and author of the program when it is compiled? Other programming languages don't actually put the name of the language in the version parameter..

Use the AutoIt3Wrapper functionality that comes with the SciTE4AutoIt3 Installer:

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/scite/...oIt3Wrapper.htm


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How do I change the version and author of the program when it is compiled? Other programming languages don't actually put the name of the language in the version parameter..

And if you're using SciTE, It has a resource hack tab in the compile dialog (CTRL+F7), with an auto-increment on the version number (using format release.enchance.patch.build).

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And if you're using SciTE, It has a resource hack tab in the compile dialog (CTRL+F7), with an auto-increment on the version number (using format release.enchance.patch.build).

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No it doesn't anymore... it uses Directives since the last version. Edited by JdeB

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