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Nahuel

Process Manager

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This is a process manager that I made. It's my first 'serious' script. I'd like you all to check it out and tell me what you think.

I think it turned out pretty cool, I'm sorry for the variables and functions in spanish, but the rest is all in english.

Some things:

*It's 'always on top'

*It refreshes the list of processes every 1.5 seconds

*The window is stretchable

*It's simple and effective

*It checks if the typed or selected process is currently running or if no process has been selected or typed

*I did it all by myself and the help file and I like it.

*UPDATED*

*Added Shutdown and Run functions

*Set the "Terminate" button as default

;~ ===================================================
;~ First version of 'Task Manager'
;~ Created by Nahuel Jose
;~ nahueljose@gmail.com
;~ ====================================================
#include <Guiconstants.au3>
$AnchoVentana=300
$AltoVentana=380
$Izquierda=20
$Arriba=20
$AnchoLista=$AnchoVentana - $Izquierda*2
$AnchoBoton=($AnchoVentana/3)-16
$AltoInputBox = 21
$Separador = 55
$Separador2 = 20
$AltoLista=$AltoVentana - (2*$AltoInputBox + 2*$Separador)
$Lista=ProcessList()
GUICreate("Process Manager",$AnchoVentana,$AltoVentana,-1,-1,$WS_SIZEBOX,$WS_EX_TOPMOST)
$ListaProcesos=GUICtrlCreateList("",$Izquierda,$Arriba,$AnchoLista,$AltoLista)
$ProcesoAMatar=GUICtrlCreateInput("",$Izquierda,$AltoLista+$Separador,$AnchoLista,$AltoInputBox)
$Matar=GUICtrlCreateButton("Terminate",$Izquierda,$AltoLista+$AltoInputBox+$Separador + $Separador2,$AnchoBoton,$AltoInputBox,$BS_DEFPUSHBUTTON);Crea el botón.
$Ejecutar=GUICtrlCreateButton("Run",$Izquierda+$Anchoboton+5,$AltoLista+$AltoInputBox+$Separador + $Separador2,$AnchoBoton,$AltoInputBox)
$Apagar=GUICtrlCreateButton("Shutdown",$Izquierda+2*$Anchoboton+10,$AltoLista+$AltoInputBox+$Separador + $Separador2,$AnchoBoton,$AltoInputBox)
GUICtrlCreateGroup("Processes",5,5,$AnchoVentana-10,$AltoLista+20)
GUICtrlCreateGroup("Process to terminate/run",5,$AltoLista+28,$AnchoVentana-10,100)
GUISetState()

Opt("RunErrorsFatal",0)
cargar_lista()

$MediElTiempo = False
While 1
    if Not $MediElTiempo Then
        $Empezar = TimerInit()
        $MediElTiempo = True
    EndIf
    $dif = TimerDiff($Empezar)
    if $dif>1500 Then
        cargar_lista()
        $MediElTiempo = False
    EndIf
    $msg=GUIGetMsg()
    Select
    Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
        Exit
    Case $msg = $ListaProcesos
        GUICtrlSetData($ProcesoAMatar,GUICtrlRead($ListaProcesos))
        Case $msg = $Ejecutar
        Run(GUICtrlRead($ProcesoAMatar))
        If @error=1 Then 
            MsgBox(4144,"Error","Could not run external program")
        Else
        GUICtrlSetData($ProcesoAMatar,"Running!")
        Sleep(700)
        GUICtrlSetData($ProcesoAMatar,"")
        EndIf
    Case $msg = $Apagar
        Dim $iMsgBoxAnswer
        $iMsgBoxAnswer = MsgBox(4388,"Shutdown","Shutdown PC?")
        Select
            Case $iMsgBoxAnswer = 6 
                ProcessClose("explorer.exe")
                Shutdown(9)
            Case $iMsgBoxAnswer = 7 
        EndSelect
    Case $msg = $Matar
        If GUICtrlRead($ProcesoAMatar)="" Then
            MsgBox(4144,"Error","You must select a process to terminate")
        Else
            $Check=ProcessExists(GUICtrlRead($ProcesoAMatar))
            If $Check <> 0 Then
                Dim $iMsgBoxAnswer
                $iMsgBoxAnswer = MsgBox(4148,"Warning","By terminating the process '" &GUICtrlRead($ProcesoAMatar)&"' you may lose" & @CRLF &"important data" & @CRLF & "Continue?")
                Select
                    Case $iMsgBoxAnswer = 6 ;Si
                        terminar_proceso(GUICtrlRead($ProcesoAMatar))
                        ProcessWaitClose(GUICtrlRead($ProcesoAMatar),5)
                        cargar_lista()
                        GUICtrlSetData($ProcesoAMatar,"")
                    Case $iMsgBoxAnswer = 7 ;No
                EndSelect
            Else
                MsgBox(4144,"Error","The process '"&GUICtrlRead($ProcesoAMatar)&"' does not exist or it's not currently running")
            EndIf
        EndIf
    EndSelect
WEnd

Func terminar_proceso($kill)
    ProcessClose($kill)
EndFunc

Func cargar_lista()
    $Procesos=ProcessList()
    GUICtrlSetData($ListaProcesos,"")
    for $i = 1 to $Procesos[0][0]
    GUICtrlSetData($ListaProcesos,$Procesos[$i][0])
    next
EndFunc

I want opinions, suggestions and critics if you don't mind.

Compiled version with stupid icon attached.(Also updated)

Edited by Nahuel

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It looks nice, but maybe few more functions could be added, such as run, shut down, etc, also fix the tray icon, other than that looks nice.

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Looks good, would be nice to have it where it refreshes withoug jumping.. LOL Other than tha, the features Generator mentioned would make it much better.

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Looks good, would be nice to have it where it refreshes withoug jumping.. LOL Other than tha, the features Generator mentioned would make it much better.

haha yeah! That's why I had to make the window stretchable. Another thing that bothers me, is that when you select some process, it gets 'deselected' when the list refreshes. The process has already been marked for terminating though. It just doesn't look nice.

I like the idea of adding the Run and ShutDown functions. I'll do that, thanks a lot guys!

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It looks nice, but maybe few more functions could be added, such as run, shut down, etc, also fix the tray icon, other than that looks nice.

Thanks for the suggestion. Good idea.

I added those functiones and updated the post and the compiled version attached.

This is addicting :)

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it lags, but nice if you dont have access for the taskmgr


-jaenster

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