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chosenname

Hello,

I'd like to start AutoIt scripts from remote, which means in case of an error, I don't want to see a MessageBox, but get the Output to the Command Line I started it from. I tried catching errors using

$oMyError = ObjEvent("AutoIt.Error","ErrHandler");

Func ErrHandler()
  ConsoleWrite("Error: " & $oMyError.description)
Endfunc

But if I generate a syntax error, I get the MessageBox. Am I doing something wrong? Is it impossible to catch syntax errors in that way?

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you can run it via AU3Check first to see if there exist any errors in the source. AutoIt.Error is only for COM-based errors. Don't know how to get the return value of the check using a remote session.

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chosenname

you can run it via AU3Check first to see if there exist any errors in the source.

No, I can't. I'm using UNIX.

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