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[Resolved] Problem with AU3 Scite

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$Label2 = GUICtrlCreateLabel(@OSVersion&" / "&@ProcessorArch, 8, 40, 150, 17)

Returns WIN_2003

Scite does not highlight the @processorarch

and it highlights the old @OSArch, which is an undefined macro.

Here's the versions I am using:

3.2.12.1 @ AutoIt

1.7.7.0 @ Scite

[sciTE4AutoIt3]

date=2-11-2008

Maybe these are bugs?

Or is there an option I missed?

Edited by Glyph

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Jos

The syntax colors are depending on the loaded definition files.

Run SciTEConfig (Alt+1) and that will tell you which definitions are loaded for SciTE.

Jos

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Glyph

The syntax colors are depending on the loaded definition files.

Run SciTEConfig (Alt+1) and that will tell you which definitions are loaded for SciTE.

Jos

Ah, that fixed the highlighting issue, but still an issue with the WIN_2003 OS return.

And the config is ctrl+1 not alt+1.

Just for anyone who may look at this in the future.


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Ah, that fixed the highlighting issue, but still an issue with the WIN_2003 OS return.

And the config is ctrl+1 not alt+1.

Just for anyone who may look at this in the future.

Rigth :mellow:

Your other issue is fixed in :

3.2.13.2 (15th June, 2008) (Beta)

AutoIt:

- Changed: @ProcessorArch changed to @OSArch as it was misleading.

- Changed: Size limits removed from RegRead() and RegWrite() (previously 64KB for some registry types).

- Changed: RegRead() and RegWrite() no longer use hex strings for REG_BINARY types - native binary datatypes are enforced.

- Fixed #380: @OSVersion for Windows XP 64-bit Edition.


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dbzfanatic

Technically the basic structure for XP 64 bit was based on Windows Server 2003 64 bit. I'm running XP64 as we speak and I have noticed this,but it never really bothered me. Jos pointed out that the "error" was fixed so I think all questions have been answered,yes? :mellow:

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Technically the basic structure for XP 64 bit was based on Windows Server 2003 64 bit. I'm running XP64 as we speak and I have noticed this,but it never really bothered me. Jos pointed out that the "error" was fixed so I think all questions have been answered,yes? :mellow:

Ah, I was wondering why they were so similiar :( (when you do windows updates brings you to same page in Win XP x64 as Win 2003 x64)

Thank you very much, Jos and dbzfanatic!


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