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What's the difference between BUILD and COMPILE in SciTE?

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thedailyspank

I am just wondering what the technical difference between the two is. I cannot seem to find any help files with this information. Forum searches return 27 pages of results and none (or at least the 8 pages of results I've looked through) pertain to my question.

-TDS

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Build = F7 = run AutoIt3Wrapper which will run Au3Check first and then Aut2EXE. Optionally many other things defined by the #AutoIt3Wrapper_ Directives.

Compile = Ctrl+F7 = Compile with options allowing to make all kinds of changes to the target EXE like Ico and resource information.

Information about this all can be found in the SciTE4AutoIt3 helpfile . Ctrl+F1

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Build = F7 = run AutoIt3Wrapper which will run Au3Check first and then Aut2EXE. Optionally many other things defined by the #AutoIt3Wrapper_ Directives.

Compile = Ctrl+F7 = Compile with options allowing to make all kinds of changes to the target EXE like Ico and resource information.

Information about this all can be found in the SciTE4AutoIt3 helpfile . Ctrl+F1

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OK, makes sense. I didn't think to look into the SciTE help file.

-TDS

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