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netztechnik
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Post by netztechnik »

Version: Primalcript 2011, 6.0.149

Hi,

Primalsense doesn't work in some sections of a vbscript. Example:

Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")Set objFolder = objFSO.GetFolder(strProgramFilesDir) Set colFiles = objFolder.FilesFor Each objFile In colFilesWScript.Echo objFile.Name --> doesn't work (after objFile.)
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Is it possible, to get Primalsense working here?

Thanks,
Daniel

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Alexander Riedel
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The perils of type-less languages. Not at the moment. But I am sure the team can figure out a way to do that and add it to a service build.
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netztechnik
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Hi,I think this would be a helpful feature...Thank you for your answer.Daniel

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Post by gmichaud »

i have seen and reported a similar issue with vbTextCompare and vbBinaryCompare in vbscript.
Thanks,
Gerry

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These two items have no correlation.
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Post by gmichaud »

I guess not. I just tested vbTextCompare and vbBinaryCompare in a script with update .150 and the color and case are now displayed correctly. Thanks.
Thanks,
Gerry

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