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I'm trying to use the command line method of compiling a script (which happens to be obfuscated), but I keep receiving the error "Error adding file myfile.au3.tbl" The command line I'm using is:

d:\AutoIt3\install\Aut2Exe\Aut2exe.exe /in j:\new\myfile.au3 /out j:\new\myfile.exe /icon j:\new\myicons.ico /comp 4 /unicode

Have I left something out? And what is the myfile.au3.tbl file? Do I need it? Can I turn it off? Where can I find more documentation on the command line method?

Any help will be appreciated.

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I'm trying to use the command line method of compiling a script (which happens to be obfuscated), but I keep receiving the error "Error adding file myfile.au3.tbl" The command line I'm using is:

Have I left something out? And what is the myfile.au3.tbl file? Do I need it? Can I turn it off? Where can I find more documentation on the command line method?

Any help will be appreciated.

The file is generated by Obfuscator and required to run correctly, Is the file still in the source directory ?

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The file is generated by Obfuscator and required to run correctly, Is the file still in the source directory ?

That was it! Because I ran the Obfuscator as a separate operation, I had moved only the resulting au3 file to a new working directory for this final step. What I'm trying to accomplish is having only a couple of Automated Obfuscation Scripts to obfuscate my entire library of Au3 scripts from a directory of master copies. Now that I have all the pieces working, I'll go back and consider using the wrapper approach (scripted).

Thanks very much for your help.

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