%p in the msg format

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AriSilva
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%p in the msg format

Post by AriSilva » October 16th, 2019, 9:15 am

This is very handy indeed, I´m using it a lot, but...
In the summary, as in all the formatting pictures, it does not show the real contents of the parameter, for example,
6547 14 0.3 %p 5014
It helps to locate the error at line 6547, but for documentation purposes it would be better if the %p was replaced by the proc name, like
6547 14 0.3 N61_09_ZIKA postproc 5014
It would be even better if we could hide the proc type (maybe using another %)
Best
Ari

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