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    Inconsistant compiler constants

    I am using compiler constants to conditionally compile code, but SilkTest doesn't honour the constants all through my code. In some files it skips as expected, but in other areas, such as my main test script as well as some class definition files it ignores and tries to compile the code. Found nothing in the User Guide about this.
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    Re: Inconsistant compiler constants

    Try playing with your USE statements and the use statement which is in the runtime options. I have found this to help with WEIRD compile errors, but not for compiler constants.

    Just a shot
    Tony


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