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compaq visual fortran, process pririty mangement option


Hi

does somedy know if there is an option in Compaq Visual Fortran 6.6.B
allowing  processes launched with execute command (CTRL+F5) to be in
low priority ?

Thanks

On May 30, 11:54 am, louisJ <plumera@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi

> does somedy know if there is an option in Compaq Visual Fortran 6.6.B
> allowing  processes launched with execute command (CTRL+F5) to be in
> low priority ?

Built-in w/ the DFPORT module or similar I don't know, but you can
certainly call any Windows API.  Most have supplied interfaces, but
again you can always add another if the particular one you want/need
isn't.

HTH...

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On May 30, 11:54 am, louisJ <plumera@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi

> does somedy know if there is an option in Compaq Visual Fortran 6.6.B
> allowing  processes launched with execute command (CTRL+F5) to be in
> low priority ?

> Thanks

Sorry, ignore my other -- I realize I missed the point but couldn't
cancel in time.  Don't know answer to the real question you asked.

Although I guess if it were worth enough effort an extension could be
written to supply the functionality through another key-binding.  My
experience trying to write add-ons was painful enough I never had any
success and quit trying pretty early on, though... :(

On 30 mai, 19:59, dpb <bozart@gmail.com> wrote:

I am not feeling like writing add-ons, don't have the ability.

However, there sould be an option in this Compaq Visual Fortran...

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