[REBOL] Re: Regarding /command and -w switch in win2K.
From: brian:hawley at: 1-May-2001 15:36
Not currently having /Command runtime, let me ask
a few questions about it:
How is the script bundled with the runtime? Are the
runtime and script bundled into a new executable?
If so, what is the name of that executable? Did you
look for that name in the processes list? Does the
executable take the same command line parameters as
the standard Rebol, and can you specify certain ones
to be used by default? Can the runtime be used as an
extension language or is it just for bundling?
If the process is really not showing up in the Task
Manager process list, I would be curious to find out
how they managed that. Might come in handy some day.
At 12:39 PM 5/1/01 -0700, you wrote:
>I have a /command runtime script that has a forever loop (below) that calls
>a /view script randomly.
>I create a shortcut to this runtime with the -w switch.
>The /view scripts have a process, but the runtime doesn't. If i kill
>everything with the name rebol attached (via the task manager/process), it
>will still randomly popup view windows till a reboot.
>;The runtime script...
>a: random 100
>if a = 34 [call "view-script.r"]
>As for the runtime, it's a cost saving measure, and hides the script from
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Brian Hawley" <[brian--hawley--net]>
>Sent: Tuesday, May 01, 2001 9:31 AM
>Subject: [REBOL] Re: Regarding /command and -w switch in win2K.