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MikeP

Quick question - compilation

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Hi. Just a quick question ..couldn't find anything in the help or no relevant result with the Search here so here I'm asking it, I installed Koda.. which is a neat program, it generates an au3 with its GUI definition between #region and #endregion.

Anyone knows more about this #region ? maybe a link with all of these detailed? I don't really know how it's called in english .. compilation directives? like #include ? but #include is in Autoit helpfile and colored in pink whereas #region is in purple...

So yeah, I'd like to know more about this if you got some time :)

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It's just for clarifying the code.

See manual for keywords -> #region

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I clearly stated I've searched before asking.. all I got in the manual are :

#cs

#comments-start

#ce

#comments-end

#include-once

#NoTrayIcon

#RequireAdmin

:)

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#region is something I added in SciTE and is totally ignored by AutoIt3 and is use for section code folding.

Same counts for all #AutopIt3Wrapper_*, #Tidy_* and #Obfuscator_* directives.

They are all described in the SciTE4AutoIt3 helpfile that comes with the SciTE4AutoIt3 installer.

Jos


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I clearly stated I've searched before asking.. all I got in the manual are :

I clearly was too lazy to read the question precisely, sry :)

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Thanks Jos. My bad.. I'm still not 100% used to the Autoit / SciTE pair :)

I looked in the Autoit Helpfile.. not the SciTE4 one .. and I'm on SciTE4 since yesterday.. I've been 2 months on the Lite version.

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