I want to be able to stop an execution of a program that is running from the CVF window. My test runs starts with 100 to 1000 iterations and I want to have the option of halting the execution depending on the output to the screen (useful or junk). I searched through all the icons in CVF window and non includes stop or suspend execution?
In unix, I use "ps" command to get the job id and then "kill id" command.
The online manual refers to "kill" and determining the id but no clear example of how to use them.
(2) As a first time user of build, project, and workspace concepts, I am loading the input data required by the program manually to the project folder. Loading them to workspace does not work? I thought by adding the fortran routines and the input data files to the project by:
project/add to project/files would do the job. It does not.
My solution is to run the program and then let it crash and tell me where it expected to find the file. Then I load the file. I am sure there is a smarter way to add the data files? -:)