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#11 Re: PSPad unicode 5.0.0 (251) English

Posted by: pspad | Date: 11/03/2017 22:06 | IP: IP Logged

human:
We do this in a C application with Microsoft C and pipes, works on all tested systems (at least since Windows XP up to Windows 10):

Thank you. Problem is when you need to read console in the thread.

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#12 Re: PSPad unicode 5.0.0 (251) English

Posted by: human | Date: 11/03/2017 23:21 | IP: IP Logged

Hm, just start the thread and pass the command to execute + object to store the output in, then use nearly the code above in the thread to execute the command and put its output into the object passed?

Please give some more details where the problem is and I may come up with a solution smiling smiley

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#13 Re: PSPad unicode 5.0.0 (251) English

Posted by: pspad | Date: 11/03/2017 23:49 | IP: IP Logged

Hello

Thank you for help. You should use similar compiler as the gwinkles uses.
With some simple output (dos command or simple console application) it works without problems. He uses some Fortan compiler (as I remember).

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#14 Re: PSPad unicode 5.0.0 (251) English

Posted by: gwinkless | Date: 11/07/2017 12:10 | IP: IP Logged

pspad:
Hello

Thank you for help. You should use similar compiler as the gwinkles uses.
With some simple output (dos command or simple console application) it works without problems. He uses some Fortan compiler (as I remember).

Not exactly. I remember how the confusion arose: I'm using plink, and I didn't make it clear what plink is (web search returns the wrong result).

The plink I'm using is just a command-line SSH client shipped with putty, more info here

I use it to return the output from gcc on a remote linux box to pspad.

From what you said before it's something to do with security of network-returned data? Or something.

I could try using the new windows version of openssh-client instead of plink to see if that helps, if the additional info would be helpful.

Geoff

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#15 Re: PSPad unicode 5.0.0 (251) English

Posted by: tosbsas | Date: 11/07/2017 18:15 | IP: IP Logged

I downloaded the englisch version 64 bit, but all dialogs are in czech - what can I do

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#16 Re: PSPad unicode 5.0.0 (251) English

Posted by: vbr | Date: 11/07/2017 20:32 | IP: IP Logged

tosbsas:
I downloaded the englisch version 64 bit, but all dialogs are in czech - what can I do

Hi,
make sure, the directory structure of the archive is preserved. There should be subdirectories within the main directory of pspad.
The language files are e.g.
pspad\Language\English.ini

Some unpackers might destroy this structure (with default settings) and all files are unpacked in the toplevel folde; PSPad.exe then isn't able to locate language files for gui.

hth,
vbr

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#17 Re: PSPad unicode 5.0.0 (251) English

Posted by: pspad | Date: 11/07/2017 22:57 | IP: IP Logged

tosbsas:
I downloaded the englisch version 64 bit, but all dialogs are in czech - what can I do

64bit version is EXE only.
Download 32 bit version first and than replace exe with 64bit version

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#18 Re: PSPad unicode 5.0.0 (251) English

Posted by: tosbsas | Date: 11/09/2017 15:44 | IP: IP Logged

I found a way (smiling smiley downloaded 32 bit version, copied the new structure to the older version directory and than copied the 64bit version there

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