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How to force the supervisor to launch another application before the first one?
I use Windows 7, Cygwin, Xorg, and GNU make to compile a C++ application that uses the OpenGL library.
This application has a.exe file and a.dll file.
When I run it, it starts the.exe application first, then launches the.dll file inside the.exe application.
My problem is that, when I use the supervisor (Task Scheduler) to run the application, it first launches the.dll, then the.exe.
So I need to modify the.exe file.
How can I do it?
The problem is not with the Windows task scheduler. You have to do the right thing to have your program launch in the right way. And in your case:
Create a batch script that launches the program. Use the -i parameter to force the console window to stay open. Or use a graphical front end like Inno Setup to automate it.
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