Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of tankplayer


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Timestamp:
02/27/12 16:44:48 (8 years ago)
Author:
branden
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  • tankplayer

    v5 v6  
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    101101'''!CheckPeriod [n]'''[[BR]] 
    102 Processed by: tankplayer_config[[BR]]    
    103 Function: Playback               
     102Processed by: tankplayer_config[[BR]] 
     103Function: Playback 
    104104 
    105105Defines the n seconds delay that the !GetFromDir should be checked for new tank files. Note that this only effects checks when no tanks are being played back. 
     
    110110'''!GetFromDir [dir]'''[[BR]] 
    111111Processed by: tankplayer_config[[BR]] 
    112 Function: Playback       
     112Function: Playback 
    113113         
    114114Defines the directory  dir where to find tank files. This cannot be used in conjunction with !WaveFile mode of running. If you set this parameter, then you may also set the !OpenWait, !OpenTries, !CheckPeriod, and !SaveDataFiles. 
     
    119119'''!InterMessageDelayMillisecs [n_msecs]'''[[BR]] 
    120120Processed by: tankplayer_config [[BR]] 
    121 Function: Playback       
     121Function: Playback 
    122122         
    123123Defines the speed with which to release tracebufs  in units of milliseconds n_msecs This should be used with caution since it speeds up the playback and can overwhelm some modules if buffers are not sufficient sizes and CPU speed is not fast enough. Some experimentation is required to use this option for rapid playback. 
     
    147147'''!LogFile [switch]''' [[BR]] 
    148148Processed by: tankplayer_config         [[BR]] 
    149 Function: output         
     149Function: output 
    150150         
    151151Sets the on-off switch for writing a log file to disk. If switch is 0, no log file will be written. If switch is 1, tankplayer will write a daily log file(s) called tankplayerxx.log_yymmdd where xx is tankplayer's module id (set with "!MyModuleId" command) and yymmdd is the current UTC date (ex: 960123) on the system clock. The file(s) will be written in the EW_LOG directory (environment variable).