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Re: Linrad and Tac32

Hello Alberto and all,

> Given that Linrad is open source, you could recompile 
> it (at least the Windows version) after inserting this 
> statement  in the initialization phase of the program :
>        SetPriorityClass(GetCurrentProcess(), processPriority);
> where processPriority is a DWORD that can be assigned 
> (among others) either the value NORMAL_PRIORITY_CLASS or 


Linrad 02-44 will have a new parameter in the general parameter
setup. "Set high process priority (Y/N)?"

If the user answers yes Linrad will issue
SetPriorityClass(GetCurrentProcess(), HIGH_PRIORITY_CLASS);

I was unable to find out whether this call is always allowed
so I decided to make it a user option. It seems to be unsupported 
under Win98 as well as regular Win2000 and I want to keep 
backwards compatibility since many fine computers that are to slow
to run a modern OS are fast enough to do a good job with Linrad
provided that an old enough OS is used.


Leif / SM5BSZ


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