Dec 092017
Suspend DesqView and other Multi-tasker's background program if just polling keyboard. Speeds up foreground process. Rev 3.1.
File TAME310.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Alternate Operating Systems
Suspend DesqView and other Multi-tasker’s background program if just polling keyboard. Speeds up foreground process. Rev 3.1.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
1.SET 128 108 deflated
5.SET 128 108 deflated
9.SET 128 108 deflated
REGISTER.FRM 1460 477 deflated
TAME-ANL.DOC 1650 875 deflated
TAME-ANL.EXE 21839 13067 deflated
TAME-MON.COM 12247 5844 deflated
TAME-RES.COM 3571 2388 deflated
TAME.DOC 46563 13351 deflated
TAME.EXE 63392 38410 deflated
TAME.HLP 1539 693 deflated
TAMEDVP.EXE 20143 12294 deflated
TAMEPIF.EXE 14185 8504 deflated
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated
UPDATE.DOC 10253 3925 deflated

Download File TAME310.ZIP Here

Contents of the TAME-ANL.DOC file

TAME-ANL release 3.1
Copyright 1991-1993 by David G. Thomas

TAME-ANL is my first attempt at producing a program to help you tune
Tame. The version number is 3.0 because it is to be used with Tame
release 3.0.

Tame is a program that will speed up many multi-tasking systems. It
is most effective when you spend some time to tune it. In the past,
this was mostly a trial and error process. The fact is, it still
will require some trial and error. But I hope that TAME-ANL will
take some of the guesswork out.

TAME-ANL is easy to use, but you still need some knowledge of Tame to
interpret the results. When you use TAME-ANL to run your program
TAME-ANL watches what it does. Upon completion, a summary is
displayed on the screen, and a descriptive report is written to a
file named TAME-ANL.RPT.

To run TAME-ANL, simply use the following DOS command line, where
cmd_line is any command line to execute.

TAME-ANL cmd_line

If you can think of any way to improve this program or the
descriptive report file, please let me know. I may be reached by
leaving a comment to the SYSOP on the bulletin board system at (404) 928-9294.


. TAME-ANL helped me find out why I had so much trouble Taming Info-Select.
When I first tried, it slowed down text searches. It apparently polls
heavily even while it is working! I eventually tamed it based on the
fact that it only polls for Time on keyboard inputs, but I always wondered
why I couldn't ever find that magic /FREQ value... It turns out that the
poll rate is HIGHER while it is working!!! Why???? But true. Now I know.

 December 9, 2017  Add comments

 Leave a Reply

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>