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Version 5.0.0: Run after compilation runs always twice

#1 Version 5.0.0: Run after compilation runs always twice

Posted by: losgehts | Date: 08/28/2018 14:29 | IP: IP Logged

Hello,

I love PSPad and just updated it from version 4.5.4 to version 5.0.0 (24.04.2018 32b).

With the new Version I have thie following problem:
When I hit CTRL+F9 to compile and run my fortran code. The code will be properly compiled, but the fresh compiled program runs twice (and this causes problems).

In detail:
I use the Highlighters settings for the Compiler for "Run After Compilation"
cmd.exe /k %Name%.exe
and this command is executed twice after compiling (two cmd-windows open).

Has anyone an idea what I can do that the command will only be executed once?

That is my full fortran highlighter setting:

Quote:
[Fortran]
Filter=Fortran Files (*.f;*.f90;*.for)|*.f;*.f90;*.for
HLTabWidth=0
IndentChar=
UnIndentChar=
Compilator File=c:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\Composer XE 2013\bin\ia32\ifort.exe
Compilator Param=-traceback -check:all -warn %Name%%Ext%
Compilator LOG=%Name%.Log
Compilator Run=cmd.exe /k %Name%.exe
Compilator Help=
Compilator SaveAll=1
Compilator ParsLog=%F(%L)
Compilator Capture=1
Compilator HideOutput=0
Compilator DefaultDir=
Compilator LogType=0
Comment=00FF00001FFFFFFF010
Identifier=1FFFFFFF1FFFFFFF000
Number=1FFFFFFF1FFFFFFF000
Reserved Word=1FFFFFFF1FFFFFFF100
Space=1FFFFFFF1FFFFFFF000
String=000080001FFFFFFF000
Symbol=1FFFFFFF1FFFFFFF000
HLRealTabs=2
RightEdge=72
DocComment=
CurrentLine=0
CurrentLineBack=65535
Compilator CompileOnBackground=0
Compilator ProgSaveAll=0
Compilator ProgRunSelection=0

When I use the version 4.5.4 with the same settings it works as expected.

Regards,
Ulrich

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/28/2018 14:31 by losgehts.

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