anyone found a way around 4-5 second latency in read from process?
josh at dvcreators.net
Wed Feb 10 11:12:41 CST 2010
Thanks Bernard, good tips... I am experiencing this delay compared to running the same command in Terminal in OS X... I have also tried changing the idleRate but that doesn't seem to affect "read from process". Perhaps an external is the best solution.
On Feb 9, 2010, at 2:22 AM, Bernard Devlin wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 8, 2010 at 8:24 PM, Josh Mellicker <josh at dvcreators.net> wrote:
>> Things are working, but there is always about a 4 - 5 second latency in the "read from process". > Usually this doesn't matter, but in our current project it needs to be within a second or less.
> In the situations where I've used "read from process" this latency
> would make it a total non-starter. I think there is something unusual
> in your circumstances.
> I have just been working on a small module that uses "read from
> process", and the same action launched from a command line takes 5
> seconds, as it does if it was run using "read from process". So your
> experience of latency is unusual. Maybe it is something to do with
> the startup time of the application you are opening as a process? I'm
> running on Vista here, but I've used "read from process" on OS X too
> with no noticeable delays
> I would try timing the same action using a command line script to see
> if there is really a latency with "read from process".
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