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[BATCH]
BATCHMODE=0/1

Sets the batch file execution mode of programs.

BATCHMODE=0:
The programs listed in the batch file will be executed concurrently, starting one after another, without waiting for completion (or going resident) of the predecessor program. The only exceptions are the WAIT and REBOOT commands.

BATCHMODE=1:
The listed programs will be executed sequentially, one at time (similar to DOS). The execution of the successor program will be delayed until the current program either finishes, terminates resident or calles @CHIP-RTOS-PPC service BIOS_Batch_Continue() batch file wakeup call.

The maximum delay time for execution of the next listed program in the batch file is 15 seconds, unless this limit has been deactivated with the EXECTIMEOUT=0 configuration control.
Important:
If BATCHMODE=1 take care that every program in your batch file which has a successor program either exits or terminates resident. A program which runs forever should call from the main function @CHIP-RTOS-PPC service BIOS_Batch_Continue(), which immediately enables the further batch file sequencing.
Default:
Default is BATCHMODE = 0.
Example:
 [BATCH]
 BATCHMODE=1
Since:
SC2x3 V1.00


[BATCH]
EXECTIMEOUT=0/1

Disable (0) / enable (1) the batch file program execution delay time limit for BATCHMODE=1.

EXECTIMEOUT=0:
The successor program in a batch file waits forever if the predecessor program neither finishes nor calls BIOS_Batch_Continue().

EXECTIMEOUT=1:
The maximum delay time for execution of the next listed program in a batch file is 15 seconds.

This boolean control applies only to BATCHMODE=1.
Default:
Default is EXECTIMEOUT = 1.
Example:
 [BATCH]
 EXECTIMEOUT=0
Since:
SC2x3 V1.00





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