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CronJob Cracked Version component has no equivalent in Delphi/BCB or elsewhere. This component is based on original implementations of cronjob implementations in Linux and FreeBSD-kernel by Avi Kreshel, available here: (and here is the accute timing issue: ) CronJob (aka Cron) is a daemon which runs periodically. It executes a user-defined crontab (cron) file which contains the predefined time table to execute several other crontab files (usually one for each command or job) (see crontab(5) manual for details). Some examples of events generated: * every 10 minutes: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 * * * * /path/to/cronjob.exe * every 2 hours: 13 * * * * /path/to/cronjob.exe * every 24 hours: 25 * * * * /path/to/cronjob.exe * every 2 days: 52 * * * * /path/to/cronjob.exe The component implementation is based on multiple cron implementations provided by Avi Kreshel (see above links) with extensions to pass additional parameters to the commands, and to implement "on the fly" cron jobs based on input parameters. The component does not depend on the system-wide cron daemon and can run without cron installed on the system (using the built-in cron daemon, which does not run by default). It uses two new virtual TDateTime components: OnAways and OnTimers to realize such synchronization of the cron job run and the OnAlert events from the component. CronJob assumes that every "cron event" in a period of one day have a unique and regular trigger, in order to avoid to have to handle interruption of run on next day by the end of the current period. Thus, the OnAlert event generated by the component is always scheduled for next day (see IsAlert scheduled to next day?). The component does not cover all of the functions and features provided by the original cron implementation from Linux and FreeBSD, but attempts to cover enough for many people needs. It does not

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