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SciTe Command line parameters

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jennico

i would like to run SciTe from a script and perform some manipulations on the script. what i learned from the helpfile is that i can open a script and put the caret to line number x and column y.

$scitePath=RegRead("HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\App Paths\SciTE.exe","")
Run($scitePath&' "'&@ScriptFullPath&'" /goto:'&$x&","&$y)

now lets say i want to replace all "$whatever" with "$nomatter" in the script using the scite editor.

from the (very poor) helpfile:

replaceall:<search>\000<replace> Replace all instances of he search string in the document with the replace string.

how do i use this command in the opened script ?

a second question: can anyone upload a list of scite commands and commandline parameters with examples ? i could not find anything in the forum.

thx

j.

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jennico

nobody ?

i have more questions: how can i call a certain (script) tab opened in SciTe, from within an autoit script ?

and i have more, if anyone answers !

j.


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