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Old 01-16-2017 , 09:28   Re: [TUT] Compiling AMXX plugins with Notepad++
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fysiks's method is based on letting user choose his file output method. Actually, topic author explained just 1 way and arguing about why just showed that, which isn't the best way to deal with because you're not thinking on users preferences or variety itself.

In my case, I prefer letting the output in sma file's folder. And I didn't think on adding nppexec plugin, so I will give it a try now.
With 'file output method' , do you mean the format like 'sma' , 'cpp' ?
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Old 01-16-2017 , 14:09   Re: [TUT] Compiling AMXX plugins with Notepad++
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With 'file output method' , do you mean the format like 'sma' , 'cpp' ?
No. The file extension .sma is for plugin source code, .cpp is for C++ source code. All files output by the compiler will have the .amxx extension (this is the binary file that is actually executed by AMX Mod X).

The "file output method" to which he is referring is where the resulting .amxx file is located after compilation.
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Old 01-17-2017 , 11:38   Re: [TUT] Compiling AMXX plugins with Notepad++
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So it doesn't let you change the output location ?
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Old 01-17-2017 , 21:40   Re: [TUT] Compiling AMXX plugins with Notepad++
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So it doesn't let you change the output location ?
Like I said before, the method shown in this thread uses a static output location. Mine determines the output location relative to the .sma file location (i.e. it puts the .amxx file directly in the plugins folder of the AMX Mod X installation in which your .sma exists).

You could actually set up multiple methods/output file locations set on different hotkeys.
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Old 01-19-2017 , 16:09   Re: [TUT] Compiling AMXX plugins with Notepad++
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I rather have all the plugins output to one default folder... because I don't have to copy them all the time to the plugins folder of the server >.>

So many useless and annoying customizations and preferences in everything around here, different folder for includes, different folders for output, different project, bla bla bla

I like that ocixcrom kept it simple
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Old 01-19-2017 , 22:22   Re: [TUT] Compiling AMXX plugins with Notepad++
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I rather have all the plugins output to one default folder... because I don't have to copy them all the time to the plugins folder of the server >.>
I haven't had to copy a .amxx file for 7+ years using my method.
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