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#21 ·  Posted (edited)

I still use those to do speed tests and to force the regeneration of all files (easier than deleting the html directory).

Edit: Oh and how can I make it so that only 1 backup is made - they are huge :idiot:

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I was thinking of modifying the All_txt2htm.au3 to enable to make SEE ALSO references for the UDF's to buildin functions which is currently not possible.

If you want i can put a commandlimne param in there to regenerate all or always regenerate all if you don't mind the wait....

Do you mean the backups of "Table of Contents_old??.hhc" ?

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#22 ·  Posted (edited)

Updated:

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/files/unstable/autoit/

- Added the Const keyword

I know I wasn't going to add any more features, but I decided that it would be quite a good one especially with all the GUIConstants.

It works almost the same as Dim:

Const $const = 10
Const $const = 10, $const2 = 20
Const Local $const = 10
Const Global $const = 10

If you try and assign a value to a const you get a runtime error. Also, you can't turn an existing variable into a const. The places where I trapped attempted writes to a const are:

- $var =

- For $i =

- Using a const as a ByRef param

I think that is all the places it can happen?

Now, I just need to get the motivation to do this GUI tutorial and doc editing. :idiot:

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#23 ·  Posted

Updated:

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/files/unstable/autoit/

- Added the Const keyword

I know I wasn't going to add any more features, but I decided that it would be quite a good one especially with all the GUIConstants.

It works almost the same as Dim:

Const $const = 10
Const $const = 10, $const2 = 20
Const Local $const = 10
Const Global $const = 10

If you try and assign a value to a const you get a runtime error.  Also, you can't turn an existing variable into a const.  The places where I trapped attempted writes to a const are:

- $var =

- For $i =

- Using a const as a ByRef param

I think that is all the places it can happen?

Now, I just need to get the motivation to do this GUI tutorial and doc editing.  :D

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@Jon

Thanks for adding this new feature. I know it's New Year and all and I probably sound like I am nit-picking but wouldn't it sound better to define const this way:

Global Const $myglobalconst = 1
Local Const $mylocalconst = 2

Cheers

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#25 ·  Posted

@Jon

Thanks for adding this new feature. I know it's New Year and all and I probably sound like I am nit-picking but wouldn't it sound better to define const this way:

Global Const $myglobalconst = 1
Local Const $mylocalconst = 2

Cheers

:idiot:

I could certainly change it to that if most people think it's better?

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#26 ·  Posted (edited)

Done and uploaded.

Dim Const $a, $b
Cost $a, $b
Local Const $a, $b
Global Const $a, $b

Edit: I've just updated the GUIConstants.au3 file to use the Const keyword too.

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#27 ·  Posted

Wow, I actually mentioned this on the mailing list, in the middle of some other discussion I'll accept, but it's actually got in... that's pretty cool :-)

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#29 ·  Posted

Updated:

- Some GUI fixes from JP

- Some doc and date.au3 fixes as reported in bug forum.

I've moved the "unstable" directory to "beta".  The name unstable was scaring people for no reason :D

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/files/beta/autoit/

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Great, now it'll be our (lack of) coding abilities that scares people instead of the name of the directory its in. :idiot:

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#32 ·  Posted (edited)

Updated:

- GUI Fonts flickering fixed

- FileSetTime fixed

- Misc GUI doc updates

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Yes! That solved an annoying visual bug in my script!

Thank you.

Edited by SlimShady

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#33 ·  Posted (edited)

Yes! That solved an annoying visual bug in my script!

Thank you.

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you welcome :idiot:

You can say thanks to HighGuy

Edited by jpm

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#34 ·  Posted

you welcome :idiot:

You can say thanks to HighGuy

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Finding a bug is one part, solving it (so quickly) in my opinion the most important! Thanks to you, Jon and the others for improving AutoIt further and further.

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#35 ·  Posted (edited)

you guys are killing me. Every time this thread lights up, I think Jon has cut another beta... :lol:   I pop in and it's just pleasantries :D

Lar.

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:idiot: Can you ban them for being too nice?

Sorry, I am clogging up the thread too...

Edited by pacman

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#36 ·  Posted

Minor Update

- Help CSS style sheet modified for code/examples after a suggestion by josbe

- A couple of reported helpfile bugs fixed

- StringReplace uses @extended instead of @error for replacements


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#37 ·  Posted

Minor Update

- Help CSS style sheet modified for code/examples after a suggestion by josbe

- A couple of reported helpfile bugs fixed

- StringReplace uses @extended instead of @error for replacements

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Very good. :idiot:

Some about StringReplace page:

Returns the new string, the number of replacements performed is stored in @extended.

But in the example the syntax used is '@error' not '@extended'...(please correct me if I'm wrong)

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#38 ·  Posted (edited)

you guys are killing me. Every time this thread lights up, I think Jon has cut another beta... :D  I pop in and it's just pleasantries :idiot:

Lar.

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Same, thats why this is my first time posting in one of them.

... Just a way to increase post count for some people...

Edited by killaz219

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#39 ·  Posted

Updated:

- Added @AutoItExe macro

- Rewrote main gui reference page

- Misc UDF and doc fixes

I added the @AutoItExe macro as it was really bugging me when I had a script and wanted to run another script that I had to try and find out the autoit installation directory from the registry. The macro just returns the full path of the AutoIt3.exe exe that was used to run the script.


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#40 ·  Posted

Updated:

- Added @AutoItExe macro

- Rewrote main gui reference page

- Misc UDF and doc fixes

I added the @AutoItExe macro as it was really bugging me when I had a script and wanted to run another script that I had to try and find out the autoit installation directory from the registry.  The macro just returns the full path of the AutoIt3.exe exe that was used to run the script.

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I like THe @autoitexe macro thanks JON

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