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    Error 1200: Obfuscated script not valid???

    Hi Roberto,

    in 1.5.0.1 I get the following error when I run a obfuscated bundled exe:

    Error 1200: Obfuscated script not valid.

    Descript Error Code: 4

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    Re: Error 1200: Obfuscated script not valid???

    Hi Michael,

    I'll check ASAP but I'm quite busy in this week end.

    Thanks.
    Roberto
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    Re: Error 1200: Obfuscated script not valid???

    We need to definitely fix those problems on bundling.
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    Re: Error 1200: Obfuscated script not valid???

    This time it seems the problem is in compression and obfuscation.

    Simply obfuscated scripts do not run.
    If you create bundled scripts without "Obfuscated script" and "Compress all files" flags, bundled scripts seems working.

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    Re: Error 1200: Obfuscated script not valid???

    Mike,

    I've uploaded a new thinBasic preview version 1.5.0.1
    Can you be so kind to download and install again and see if this solve the problems?

    If yes I will explain why.

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    Re: Error 1200: Obfuscated script not valid???

    I've just downloaded the new version and created an obfuscated bundled exe with the "Obfuscated script" and "Compress all files" flags turned on and it worked.

    Before when I was using the old version it generated the same error that Mike reported.
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    Re: Error 1200: Obfuscated script not valid???

    Yes, Eros. It works now. Thank you!

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    Re: Error 1200: Obfuscated script not valid???

    Thanks a lot guy.

    the problem seems in the process we use to build the full thinBasic package. The create a new version we have a batch script that change version and other common resources. That script start to recompile all the modules, dlls, executables and so on. At a certain point some dll and executables are mebedded as resources in other dlls than used by thinAir and thinBasic_Bundle module in order to be able to create bundled executables.

    This problem seems confirm a doubt Roberto had about the many batch script and the sequence we follow to buil all the parts.
    Something is wrong in the sequence and we need to reviw the whole process.

    Happy all is fine now.

    Thanks
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