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Re: [Help-gnucap] Help-gnucap Digest, Vol 87, Issue 1

From: romain . gailleton
Subject: Re: [Help-gnucap] Help-gnucap Digest, Vol 87, Issue 1
Date: Tue, 04 Dec 2012 16:50:53 +0100
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tool should totally not stop processing before the file descriptor has
been closed (by gnucap). this has nothing to do with timing.

try to check:
- does gnucap write out things correctly if you do "gnucap>tran > file"?
- does tool process that file correcly "sh$ tool < file"?
- what causes tool to stop processing? usually any sort of
  "while(read(fd))" or "while(<>)" or "for lines in file"
  should definitely wait for EOF...

but i'm curious: could you provide a minimal example that reproduces the

have fun


Hey Felix,

I Can not provide more information about what makes the issue. To answer your questions :
- Gnucap writes the output correctly
- It does process it well
- I tried to add a while(!EOF) and while(!fileIsStillOpenElsewhere) ... but didn't really solved the issue.

The issue seems to me to be that with our circuit, Gnucap takes time to converge to a result.
Hence it behaves strangely with the tool.

That's why i wanted to know if Gnucap has some customisable variables so it takes less time to converge.

Sorry i can't tell you more, hope that (kinda) helps though

Thx, Romain.

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