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Since the last version of autoit i have trouble with scite. I can't compile anay program because i have problem with the file

GuiConstant.au3 (ligne 13,8) Error synthax error Global Const

Is someone can help me ?

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Since the last version of autoit i have trouble with scite. I can't compile anay program because i have problem with the file

GuiConstant.au3 (ligne 13,8) Error synthax error  Global Const

Is someone can help me ?

Make sure you are using the latest beta of AutoIt - that's when the Const keyword was added.

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Actually only COMPILE does not work. BUILD works perfectly.

something to do with CompileAU3.exe as seen in Scite's au3 properties:

command.compile.*.au3=$(SciteDefaultHome)\CompileAU3\ /in "$(FilePath)"

Compileau3.exe is itself compiled from compileau3.au3 and there is a bug in dir management (or registry where they come from)

anyway

In SCITE u can use Build instead,

or compile from EXPLORER as said in: http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...ost&p=57331 EDIT> No way to make a link :lmao: <EDIT

(no other news yet from there)

Edited by lupusbalo

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Since the last version of autoit i have trouble with scite. I can't compile anay program because i have problem with the file

GuiConstant.au3 (ligne 13,8) Error synthax error  Global Const

Is someone can help me ?

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Ensure you also have the latest Scite4Autoit3. Syntax checker may not recognize the const word.

The latest Scite4Autoit3 works fine with the latest Autoit beta. Also tested with Autoit 1.0.102, on clean XP machine. Works fine.

Edited by MHz

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