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  1. #1
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    Mar 2007

    Time between successive patches


    When two silent patches are started via *.cmd-script shortly one after another, our application goes awry. (it's not the case when the patches are started manually, even via commandline)

    My question: Are there any processes working after the main task (the one shown in the taskmanager) ends? And if so, what is it, and how long does it approximately should take?


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2001
    Indigo Rose Software
    Like many self-extracting installers and patches, Visual Patch uses a launcher stub to extract data from the embedded archive. By default that launcher returns right away, however you can use the /W command line option to make it wait until the patch is finished before returning.

    In order to perform a series of patches in sequence, just pass /W to each patch executable and each launcher will wait until the patch exits before exiting.
    --[[ Indigo Rose Software Developer ]]

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    Mar 2007

    regards Gerald

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    Jul 2013
    Thanks! It solved my old problem too. I was working on a website for lamp and had a problem related to the one the topic starter described.

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