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[Solved]_Iniwrite bug?

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Make new folder

C:\Documents and Settings\user\Desktop\New Folder & run this code from there. Full pre made sample in the Attachment

C:\Documents and Settings\user\Desktop\config.ini will be created & filled with the data.

I tried & it works.

Now I paste this same code into the beginning of my other script located in:

F:\MeieFailid\user\Backups\Klikkers\samples\E-Mail\Universal Mail Checker\Executables\

F:\MeieFailid\user\Backups\Klikkers\samples\E-Mail\Universal Mail Checker\config.ini already exists there & the additional info should be added via iniwrite now. but it is not happening. nothing is written into ini

I tried to rename that old ini file & in this case new ini is created. Old ini is not read only.

just run the sample in the attachment, see it dos not work for some reason.

$mail = 'mail'

;~ Get config.ini Dir is 1 dir above scriptdir
;~ ----------------------------------
$Config = StringSplit(@ScriptDir,'\')
$Config = StringReplace(@ScriptDir,$Config[$Config[0]],'') ;cut last split
$Config = $Config & 'config.ini'
;~ ----------------------------------

IniWrite($Config, $mail, "Newmail", '1') ; write to file how many new mails you have
IniWrite($Config, $mail, "Last_Check_Time", @MDAY & '/' & @MON & '/' & @YEAR & @CRLF) 
ConsoleWrite($Config & @CRLF)

Exit

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Make new folder

C:\Documents and Settings\user\Desktop\New Folder & run this code from there. Full pre made sample in the Attachment

C:\Documents and Settings\user\Desktop\config.ini will be created & filled with the data.

I tried & it works.

Now I paste this same code into the beginning of my other script located in:

F:\MeieFailid\user\Backups\Klikkers\samples\E-Mail\Universal Mail Checker\Executables\

F:\MeieFailid\user\Backups\Klikkers\samples\E-Mail\Universal Mail Checker\config.ini already exists there & the additional info should be added via iniwrite now. but it is not happening. nothing is written into ini

I tried to rename that old ini file & in this case new ini is created. Old ini is not read only.

just run the sample in the attachment, see it dos not work for some reason.

$mail = 'mail'

;~ Get config.ini Dir is 1 dir above scriptdir
;~ ----------------------------------
$Config = StringSplit(@ScriptDir,'\')
$Config = StringReplace(@ScriptDir,$Config[$Config[0]],'') ;cut last split
$Config = $Config & 'config.ini'
;~ ----------------------------------

IniWrite($Config, $mail, "Newmail", '1') ; write to file how many new mails you have
IniWrite($Config, $mail, "Last_Check_Time", @MDAY & '/' & @MON & '/' & @YEAR & @CRLF) 
ConsoleWrite($Config & @CRLF)

Exit
I don't see anything wrong so you need to add something to check that $config exists, and see what the return from IniWrite is.

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I don't see anything wrong so you need to add something to check that $config exists, and see what the return from IniWrite is.

I added this at the end of the script: & it says the config is there, yet its not being updated. really weird.

If FileExists($Config) Then ConsoleWrite('Bingo' & @CRLF)

This what it returns:

C:\Documents and Settings\user\Desktop\ytyy\ytyy\config.ini
Bingo

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LOL ... Why are you using @CRLF in the write string? Did you scroll down further? All your @CRLF's (Carriage Return + LineFeeds) are being added ... the rest of the data is there.

Item_status=Enabled

Newmail=kkk

[section]

Newmail=1

Last_Check_Time=28/11/2008

[mail]

Newmail=1

Last_Check_Time=28/11/2008


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LOL ... Why are you using @CRLF in the write string? Did you scroll down further? All your @CRLF's (Carriage Return + LineFeeds) are being added ... the rest of the data is there.

W00t indeed. problem solved.

2 heads are always better than 1 head hehe. :)


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