|I don't know of any plugin that does this kind of thing.|
You could also ask yourself the question "Why would a developer bother creating a plugin for this task, when it can be so simply achieved without any 'hardcore' code?". There is no point.
You could "make your own" using a slightly modified version of the code I provided.
if "%~1"=="" echo Syntax error. No process name provided. & exit /b
tasklist /FI "imagename eq !PROGRAM!" 2>nul | find /i /n "!PROGRAM!">nul
if %errorlevel%==0 (
Paste this in a batch file called, say "WaitForProgram".
You can now use WaitForProgram in any script of your choice, just like a plugin.
To use it, type somethnig like this in your main scrip, where PROGRAM.EXE is the program you want to wait for:
call WaitForProgram "PROGRAM.EXE"
This should halt the script until the process is running.
Don't worry if plan A fails, there are 25 more letters in the alphabet ;)
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