Quick Q that hopefully has a good answer.
We’re running IJ (Fiji) headless to use to run various macros.
The macros themselves take about 5 sec to run. However Fiji startup takes 10-15 sec. We’re running the macros with simple command line --headless -macro type shell exec. So the total time each time we try to run a script is 15-20 sec.
In order to make this faster, what I was wondering was whether it’s possible to have IJ running persistently, and then have it be told to run a script (from cmd line/exec) when needed, and then stay running after the script is finished?
I looked and googled around, and saw the -port option, but not sure if that’s whether that’s relevant/does what we need,