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http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=77503 Topic: WinINet.au3 (FTP/HTTP/HTTPS/Gopher+), [updated: 2008-09-13] Wrapper functions around pure WinINet calls

From the above post I have been using the WinINet.au3 to HTTP_Post to my website. I am a big time beginner at any scripting language so any and all help is appreciated. The issue is I keep getting the below error message and I have gotten the au3 to work by clicking on the error window and "Continue anyway" and it does compile and work fine. Just not sure what I am skipping past..

C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\Include\WinINetConstants.au3(5,102) : ERROR: undefined macro.
Global Const $AU3_UNICODE = Number($AU3_VERSION[2] & "." & $AU3_VERSION[3]) >= 2.13 Or @AutoItUnicode

..I think it means the current version of AutoIT is failing the check for version?

Thanks!

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bo8ster

It is a include issue. Make sure you have the correct includes and the files are in the correct folders.


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PsaltyDS

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=77503&lt;/a&gt;%20"> <a href="http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=77503" target="_blank">http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=77503 </a> Topic: WinINet.au3 (FTP/HTTP/HTTPS/Gopher+), [updated: 2008-09-13] Wrapper functions around pure WinINet calls

From the above post I have been using the WinINet.au3 to HTTP_Post to my website. I am a big time beginner at any scripting language so any and all help is appreciated. The issue is I keep getting the below error message and I have gotten the au3 to work by clicking on the error window and "Continue anyway" and it does compile and work fine. Just not sure what I am skipping past..

C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\Include\WinINetConstants.au3(5,102) : ERROR: undefined macro.
Global Const $AU3_UNICODE = Number($AU3_VERSION[2] & "." & $AU3_VERSION[3]) >= 2.13 Or @AutoItUnicode

..I think it means the current version of AutoIT is failing the check for version?

Thanks!

It is a include issue. Make sure you have the correct includes and the files are in the correct folders.

No, AutoIt macros are native to the interpreter and cannot be created in a UDF, so they have nothing to do with #include files, unless you mean a later version of the UDF has this patched to remove the reference to @AutoItUnicode.

The @AutoItUnicode macro was removed since 3.2.13.1 Beta in June, 2008. There is no longer a separate ANSI and Unicode compile, so the macro is moot.

Just change that line in the UDF to:

Global Const $AU3_UNICODE = True

:D

Edited by PsaltyDS

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evilpacketmonkey

No, AutoIt macros are native to the interpreter and cannot be created in a UDF, so they have nothing to do with #include files, unless you mean a later version of the UDF has this patched to remove the reference to @AutoItUnicode.

The @AutoItUnicode macro was removed since 3.2.13.1 Beta in June, 2008. There is no longer a separate ANSI and Unicode compile, so the macro is moot.

Just change that line in the UDF to:

Global Const $AU3_UNICODE = True

:D

@ PsaltyDS

Thanks man that was the issue. I appreciate the help.

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