commandine standalone using 100% of core on doing what?

Tom Glod tom at makeshyft.com
Thu Apr 5 11:57:42 EDT 2018


hi richard... the standalone opens fine when i don't use the -UI
parameter..... it opens up the blank stack and does nothing....as its
supposed to since there is no code anywhere doing anything. no library was
modified...or even used.

its a blank stack.

the -ui flag puts it into the loop.  I guess I don't have to use it.

but still wondering what its doing.


On Thu, Apr 5, 2018 at 11:46 AM, Richard Gaskin via use-livecode <
use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:

> Tom Glod wrote:
>
> > Hi folks, I wanted to benchmark the httpd library and decided to
> > create a command line server application.
> >
> > I run it using "-ui" command ...
> >
> > and I use the "on Startup" message to print out a welcome message"
> >
> > thats all I have so far.
> >
> > But my executable process is using up 100% of the core .....
> > continuously.
> >
> > what is it doing ? what am I doing wrong?
> >
> > v9 .0 on windows 7.
>
> I don't know what that library is doing, but I use standalones in nearly
> every server system I make so I know it's not the standalone itself eating
> up CPU.
>
> If the lib hasn't been altered, you should see the same behavior no matter
> where it's running, even on the desktop.  If you don't perhaps something
> else is in play
>
> You may try running the standalone with strace to see the system calls
> it's making:
>
>   strace ./mystandalone
>
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