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Old 2015-05-11, 06:20   #1
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Default Minor error in handling worktodo

I have a Quad core processor running mprime that for some reason I gave a worktodo file with the following outline:

Code:
[Worker #1]

[Worker #2]
some lines - A

[Worker #3]

[Worker #4]
some lines - B
Both executing option 3 (display worktodo) and option 4 (continue executing) catch 'some lines - A' but fail to catch 'some lines - B'
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I have a Quad core processor running mprime that for some reason I gave a worktodo file with the following outline:

Code:
[Worker #1]

[Worker #2]
some lines - A

[Worker #3]

[Worker #4]
some lines - B
Both executing option 3 (display worktodo) and option 4 (continue executing) catch 'some lines - A' but fail to catch 'some lines - B'
I know this works okay on Prime95 without issue... I don't know how much different mprime is with handling the worktodo.txt file. Probably not much?

Would it matter if there was a mismatch in Unix/Windows EOL in the file... like the first few had a CR/LF but then only LF for some of them? Or vice versa. :)
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