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From: syntotic
Subject: Re: Raining over wet floor: any way to EXECute anything after each Run?
Date: 11 Jan 2011 22:55:00
Message: <web.4d2cdf90d22ae2fcc4a147790@news.povray.org>
No, it is not working. Already tried all three INI, master, PVENGINE, resolution
INI, and it does not work. Notepad IS the standard for process execute in
Windows, it does not fail. In the master INI under general it is simply ignored,
in the other two the program crashes.

Of course by now I think it impossible to get a simple Dev-C++ prj file to
compile this... but then I suspect I will get the same expression error I got
the last time I attempted my own compilation in Visual Studio.

I and others ONLY need the Post_Scene_Command= directive to work to be on track.
It is far easier for a utility to check out if single instance/close on
completion POV Ray is working or not. You do not even need to disabled the
splash window. But only if after rendering POV-Ray can correctly execute the
command.


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From: clipka
Subject: Re: Raining over wet floor: any way to EXECute anything after each Run?
Date: 12 Jan 2011 01:11:28
Message: <4d2cffc0$1@news.povray.org>
Am 11.01.2011 23:54, schrieb syntotic:
> No, it is not working. Already tried all three INI, master, PVENGINE, resolution
> INI, and it does not work. Notepad IS the standard for process execute in
> Windows, it does not fail. In the master INI under general it is simply ignored,
> in the other two the program crashes.

So /did/ you try running a batch file? (You might actually need to call 
cmd.exe)


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From: syntotic
Subject: Re: Raining over wet floor: any way to EXECute anything after each Run?
Date: 13 Jan 2011 01:55:00
Message: <web.4d2e5b4dd22ae2fc321ad23c0@news.povray.org>
> So /did/ you try running a batch file? (You might actually need to call
> cmd.exe)

Same problem, have to leave the program with a crash after a freeze. Now I tried
Continue_Trace=On and Test_Abort=On plus error control commands and nothing, I
still have to leave the program with a crash after a freeze.


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From: syntotic
Subject: Re: Raining over wet floor: any way to EXECute anything after each Run?
Date: 13 Jan 2011 05:30:01
Message: <web.4d2e8d2fd22ae2fc631654b30@news.povray.org>
> So /did/ you try running a batch file? (You might actually need to call
> cmd.exe)

Same problem, I have to leave the program with a crash after a freeze. Also
tried Continue_Trace=On and Test_Abort=On with the same result, I have to leave
the program with a crash after a freeze.


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From: syntotic
Subject: Re: Raining over wet floor: any way to EXECute anything after each Run?
Date: 13 Jan 2011 09:10:01
Message: <web.4d2ec03ad22ae2fc631654b30@news.povray.org>
This posting is posted NYC, EST, 4:04, 1/13/2011.


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From: syntotic
Subject: Re: Raining over wet floor: any way to EXECute anything after each Run?
Date: 16 Jan 2011 01:50:01
Message: <web.4d324e57d22ae2fcd40affea0@news.povray.org>
INDEED, it works with Pre_Scene_Command= as the only line in an INI file
(reading other settings from the general INI files), but only _ONCE_. The second
application process has to be closed before POV Ray renders anything. Next
invocation Run runs the second process but then POV Ray freezes and I have to
leave with a crash after the freeze. It does not seem enough to establish a
production line, though maybe with autoclose and a complex secondary process...
Server time is 01:44 NYC EST is 8:47.


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From: clipka
Subject: Re: Raining over wet floor: any way to EXECute anything after each Run?
Date: 17 Jan 2011 05:59:01
Message: <4d33daa5$1@news.povray.org>
Am 16.01.2011 02:48, schrieb syntotic:
> INDEED, it works with Pre_Scene_Command= as the only line in an INI file
> (reading other settings from the general INI files), but only _ONCE_. The second
> application process has to be closed before POV Ray renders anything.

Why, yes - of course. The idea behind it is that the Pre_Scene_Command 
might modify some .inc file, convert input image files, or some such - 
something that has to be /completed/ before the scene is to be rendered.


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