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Champak

I sometimes get an AutoIt error message(window) while running my script. But I get no error messages within the console of Scite. How can I trace what is causing the autoit error window?

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martin

I sometimes get an AutoIt error message(window) while running my script. But I get no error messages within the console of Scite. How can I trace what is causing the autoit error window?

What is in the error window?


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Champak

I would have put an image of it, but it is so sporadic I can't readily reproduce it. I didn't know different things would be in it, I thought it was just one standard thing...besides the long technical stuff once you click the info link. Next time I see it I'll update this topic.

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Authenticity

It's probably a logical error if this is the case and turning #AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_Debug_Mode=Y will enable you to inspect the line, @error and @extended macros and the current line syntax.

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MrCreatoR

It's probably a hard crash, provide some reproducing code so we can see what wrong there.


 

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Champak

Here are the images of the error window...as MRCreator said, I think this is a hard crash. I can't really provide reproducing code to solve this as this is a 20,000+ line script with multiple functions on timers which activates multiple other functions, besides the functions I am actively activating at any given time...see my dilemma? So unless you would really like to dive into deciphering the entire app, providing snippet of the code wouldn't really lead anywhere because I don't know what out of the 100 or so functions is causing this sporadic, unpredictable hard crash. #AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_Debug_Mode=Y seems like a good start, unless any other suggestions. I haven't been able to test it yet because upon starting the script it seems to fail with any coding that carries to the next line using "_". So I have to go and edit all of those pieces of code so the app can actually start. My question is, do I get the same console writing in scite while the app is running or only upon launch? Because if it is only upon launch, I don't think this will help me.

Thanks.

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Champak

That I didn't test...I'll check that.

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Champak

#AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_Debug_Mode=Y doesn't work, because although I can't activate any functions, the script doesn't seem to actually stop when the error pops up; it is still printing things out in scite while the error screen is up with everything frozen, then when I close the error window the script exits.

FOR NOW the problem only seems to be happening on my laptop. I only tested it out on one of my other computers, and the error hasn't popped up yet. So it seems to be isolated for now. Will be back if the error happens on any other computer. Thanks.

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