Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : PCP11BUP.ZIP
Filename : SFTIMOUT.DTP

 
Output of file : SFTIMOUT.DTP contained in archive : PCP11BUP.ZIP
#
# SFTIMOUT.DTP - for use with DT_PATCH.EXE
#
# Copyright (C) 1988 DATASTORM TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
#
# All Rights Reserved
#
# Target Program: PROCOMM PLUS version 1.1B
#
# When performing software flow control (XON/XOFF), PROCOMM PLUS
# version 1.1B automatically clears an XOFF if no XON is seen within
# a specified amount of time. The default timeout period is 20
# seconds. In other words, if PROCOMM PLUS detects that it should halt
# transmission because it has seen an XOFF, the program will wait until
# an XON is received or 20 seconds elapse.
#
# This patch file can be used to update the XON wait period. The
# first value (following "O31062") is the most significant byte and
# the last value is the least significant byte. As distributed, this
# patch file will increase the timeout to 60 seconds. If you desire a
# different value, edit this file (with a standard ASCII editor) and
# change the values as shown.
#
#
# Examples
#
# --------------------------------------------------------------
# | @PCPLUS.EXE ; Effectively wait forever (18 hours)
# | O31062
# | 255 ; set to FFxx or 65,280 seconds (255*256)
# | O31061
# | 255 ; set to FFFF (65,535) seconds
# --------------------------------------------------------------
#
# --------------------------------------------------------------
# | @PCPLUS.EXE ; This example would wait 15 minutes
# | O31062
# | 3 ; 3*256
# | O31061 ;
# | 84 ; seconds = 3*256 + 84 = 900 seconds
# --------------------------------------------------------------
#
#
@PCPLUS.EXE
O31062
0
O31061
60


  3 Responses to “Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : PCP11BUP.ZIP
Filename : SFTIMOUT.DTP

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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