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onestcoder

I did a search for tools other then Tidy to help organize my code. I found the Organize Include script, but this is not exactly what I was looking for.

Has anyone made a organization script that groups functions and other scripts elements together.

I'm asking because I have several scripts I have written over the last year that I need to tweak. I have found that I was very un-organized in my early scripting days.

If no one knows of one maybe this would be a good program of me to start. :rolleyes:

Any ideas?

What I searched:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...script&st=0

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I did a search for tools other then Tidy to help organize my code. I found the Organize Include script, but this is not exactly what I was looking for.

organize in terms of ... ????


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onestcoder

Well in my case I like all of my function to be at the bottom of my scripts, ect. Also I like to put ;---- Dividers between sections

Example:

;--------------------

Intro

;--------------------

Globals and var defines

;--------------------

Gui related code

;--------------------

Data processing

;--------------------

While statments

;--------------------

Functions

;--------------------

Just a clean up script, I was asking to get feedback or to see if one is available.

If it is a bad Idea then the thread will die, just a proposal :rolleyes:


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