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List of compiler directives

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I may have missed it in my searching, but I can't find a list of the compiler directives (#<directive>) other than what is listed in the Keywords/Statement Reference of the help file). I know there are others (#region, #endregion, etc.)

Where are they?

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I may have missed it in my searching, but I can't find a list of the compiler directives (#<directive>) other than what is listed in the Keywords/Statement Reference of the help file).  I know there are others (#region, #endregion, etc.)

Where are they?

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The AutoIt3 compiler directives are listed in the helpfile under "AutoIt/Keywords/Statements Reference".

The "Other" compiler directives are just ignored but Autoit and are in use by other programs:

#region-#endregion is used by the SciTE lexer to do a Fold.

#Compiler_??? are used by CompileAU3.exe

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Thanks for the information...

Is there a list of what directives CompileAU3.exe uses?

The AutoIt3 compiler directives are listed in the helpfile under "AutoIt/Keywords/Statements Reference".

The "Other" compiler directives are just ignored but Autoit and are in use by other programs:

#region-#endregion is used by the SciTE lexer to do a Fold.

#Compiler_??? are used by CompileAU3.exe

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Thanks for the information...

Is there a list of what directives CompileAU3.exe uses?

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They are in the SciTE4Autoit3 helpfile : http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/scite/.../CompileAU3.htm

Or look in the CompileAU3 program directory for Directives.au3 which has them all listed inside for easy Cut&Paste...


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