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 [1/3] from: brasilv:tin:it at: 21-Nov-2005 12:41

Hi List, I've a cmd like this:
> call/output/wait cmd-iso none
Where cmd-iso is the call to cdrecord I would like to know how to show a progress bar for this command and hide the shell window. Thank you, Silvia

 [2/3] from: gabriele::colellachiara::com at: 21-Nov-2005 13:01

Hi Silvia, On Monday, November 21, 2005, 12:41:54 PM, you wrote:
>> call/output/wait cmd-iso none
SB> Where cmd-iso is the call to cdrecord SB> I would like to know how to show a progress bar for this command and hide SB> the shell window. Unfortunately, you can't. However, if you have /Pro and library access, it is possible to do it using something like my async-call function (the Windows version is based on Nenad's code): HTML docs in: Note, though, that you won't be able to use the script as is, because it is written as a module for the Network Detective... but you can just copy and paste the code out of it. You'll need to change the code to suit your needs and remove any dependencies it may have that you don't need. Maybe someone can help you with it... otherwise I'll see if I can find some free time. Regards, Gabriele. -- Gabriele Santilli <> --- Colella Chiara software division ---

 [3/3] from: kpeters-vu::ware::com at: 21-Nov-2005 22:37

Hi Silvia ~ assuming you are referring to Joerg Schilling's cdrecord for UNIX: Before you even worry about progress bars etc. - how is your application going to talk to cdrecord? I may be mistaken but I don't think that there are any callback hooks for you to employ - your REBOL thus wouldn't know about the progress cdrecord is making. Maybe there's a way to redirect cdrecord's output to file and to read its percentages from there? Regards, Kai
>Hi List, >I've a cmd like this:
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>the shell window. >Thank you, Silvia

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