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Restart Programm

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I want to restart a program, if the window or process closes, the program gets crashed and so on.
I used Runwait in a While loop, that worked so far really good.

Now I got the problem that Windows sometimes does show me this window
http://i.stack.imgur.com/4bCtC.png
it is not excatly that one but looks close to it.

So I want to close that window immidiatly if it appears.

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Okay, as per our chat in the Chatbox, I will provide an example here shortly.


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

This is the basic idea I was mentioning.

Global $check, $vshost

$vshost = @WindowsDir & "\vshost.exe"

AdlibRegister("MyAdLibFunc", 250)

Run($vshost)

$check = 1

Func MyAdLibFunc()
    If $check = 1 Then
        If Not ProcessExists("vshost.exe") Then
            Run($vshost)
        EndIf
    EndIf
EndFunc   ;==>MyAdLibFunc

You can adjust that 250 milliseconds to what you want. Basically the "MyAdLibFunc" function will be called repeatedly every 250 milliseconds or until you close your GUI or click STOP.

$vshost is obviously just an example of a path.

You can use a button in your GUI to both Run the program you want to watch, plus set $check = 1

You can also add in a window check too if you want, with WinExists etc.

You could also add a STOP button, to set AdlibUnRegister( "MyAdLibFunc") or just have that run when your GUI closes.

EDIT

Strictly speaking, you don't really need to use $check = 1, but that can provide greater flexibility if you need it (i.e. you could use START and STOP monitoring buttons). Even with that, you could just enable and disable the Adlib function at need and not use the $check flag. It all depends on what else you might be doing.

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Further to that, I suggest you whip up some code for your GUI etc, and provide it here for us to help you troubleshoot, if need be.


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