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Preprocessor best practices [JScript panel]

I learnt you can import your script as a preprocessor, rather than paste it in the configuration window. What I like about this method is I don't need to open foobar2000 to check or edit the scripts, and I always know I'm running the updated versions.
I wonder, though, are there any drawbacks to this practice? Does it affect code execution some how? What is the professional developers' advise?
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I learnt you can import your script as a preprocessor, rather than paste it in the configuration window. What I like about this method is I don't need to open foobar2000 to check or edit the scripts, and I always know I'm running the updated versions.
I wonder, though, are there any drawbacks to this practice? Does it affect code execution some how? What is the professional developers' advise?
There is literally no drawbacks (or much difference for that matter), so you can use it without any worries =)

PS: Such question should go to the thread dedicated for JScript support though: https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,110516.0.html

 
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