[rc5] v2 win95 questions
mario.gaucher at writeme.com
Sat Jun 28 19:36:56 EDT 1997
On Sat, 28 Jun 1997 12:47:05 -0500, marcus at dfwmm.net wrote:
>The easiest way that I see to do this is to simply buffer more than you
>need. Have it grab 50 and go to work. When you get a chance to go
>interrupt it and run the rc5v2 -flush, then the rc5v2 -fetch, then
>and let it go. It's not as convenient as the v1 TimC client with single
>keystrokes to do this(r, x, etc.), but it works.
>Don't worry about lost work due to the interruption, as the state is
>and it will resume where it left off(when it gets back to that block).
I don't think you have to close the client before flush-fetch... you
can run a second copy just to do that... I do this very often with the
OS/2 client, and it works very well!
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