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I am writing a series of Automated tests that are contained in 5-8 different au3 files.

File 1 might include file 2 & 3.

File 2 might include file 4

file 3 might include file 5

File 4 might include file 6

When I attempt to build each one of these files. I get a TON of warnings thrown talking of undefined functions/globals. Usually I can just say continue and it runs fine. It seems as though it has a hard time trying to connect the lines when building. Any solution to this?

Thanks,

Programit


What I'm using AutoIt for: I was hired as QA to write automated tests for our software. So I macro any possible situation/process a user could get themselves into, and then check to see that the outcome is what I expect.

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I am writing a series of Automated tests that are contained in 5-8 different au3 files.

File 1 might include file 2 & 3.

File 2 might include file 4

file 3 might include file 5

File 4 might include file 6

When I attempt to build each one of these files. I get a TON of warnings thrown talking of undefined functions/globals. Usually I can just say continue and it runs fine. It seems as though it has a hard time trying to connect the lines when building. Any solution to this?

Thanks,

Programit

We really can't do anything to help you until you post the code. :P

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I am writing a series of Automated tests that are contained in 5-8 different au3 files.

File 1 might include file 2 & 3.

File 2 might include file 4

file 3 might include file 5

File 4 might include file 6

When I attempt to build each one of these files. I get a TON of warnings thrown talking of undefined functions/globals. Usually I can just say continue and it runs fine. It seems as though it has a hard time trying to connect the lines when building. Any solution to this?

Thanks,

Programit

SciTE will correctly parse all those includes for the variables, but if they are declared CONDITIONALLY or INSIDE FUNCTIONS, you will still get warnings whether they are in include files or not.

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SciTE will correctly parse all those includes for the variables, but if they are declared CONDITIONALLY or INSIDE FUNCTIONS, you will still get warnings whether they are in include files or not.

:P

Ok thanks. Not really a HUGE deal, but if I could make my stuff look/run more professionally I would have liked to. Click Continue pas 14 errors doesn't look good.


What I'm using AutoIt for: I was hired as QA to write automated tests for our software. So I macro any possible situation/process a user could get themselves into, and then check to see that the outcome is what I expect.

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Ok thanks. Not really a HUGE deal, but if I could make my stuff look/run more professionally I would have liked to. Click Continue pas 14 errors doesn't look good.

Then don't declare your Global variables inside conditional statements or functions...

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Ok thanks. Not really a HUGE deal, but if I could make my stuff look/run more professionally I would have liked to. Click Continue pas 14 errors doesn't look good.

When AU3Check reports errors it means you do have some sort of design issue in your script.

Jos


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