[CM] blocking processes in cm

Taube, Heinrich K taube at illinois.edu
Sun Apr 9 05:16:15 PDT 2017

orm I think you can use the ‘finally’  clause:

process foo(xyz)
	repeat 100
	finally sprout ( foo(123))

> On Apr 9, 2017, at 6:30 AM, Orm Finnendahl <orm.finnendahl at selma.hfmdk-frankfurt.de> wrote:
> Hi,
> is there an easy way to define a sequence of processes in cm without
> having to determine the length of the process beforehand? As far as I
> know, the recommended way to have multiple processes is using a sprout
> which schedules the processes in parallel and the timing is done with
> the wait which inserts the sprouts at the respective position in the
> queue.
> My idea would be to have the process block until the subprocess
> scheduling is done and then trigger the next iteration of the process
> loop with an optional wait parameter.
> I'm aware of ways to get this mechanism working outside of cm, but as
> I'm teaching cm to my students I would prefer a way with the means of
> cm itself.
> --
> Orm
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