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Discussion in 'Support' started by ron, Jun 28, 2015.
What's the max value for /T ?
2147483647 seconds (a little over 68 years).
Impressive, just what I needed :-)
Is that a new feature in v18? In v17, /t9999 yields 10 seconds.
Hmmm! If I specify any number greater than 999, I get 10 seconds (just like v17).
TCC was parsing the requested time correctly; however an RTL function was doing a "sanity check" and deciding that anything > 1000 should be set back to 10. I've changed the RTL source for the next build. (Though I'm unclear *why* anybody would want to set a timeout of a few weeks (or years).
Well, here's the justification. I'm doing my own sanity check on some files that come from a remote location - daily. On rare occasions the remote location has a problem where the files are not produced and therefore do not show up on my machine. I wanted a popup to get my attention if necessary each morning, but didn't want a screen full of them if I were out for a week or longer. So I though an 8 hour timeout would suffice :-)
I guess I could just have task scheduler kill the process if it runs for more than 8 hours and accomplish the same thing.
I suppose this fix will only be in v18?
Yes, the fix will only be in v18+.