It's not specific. Well, the exe is specific to Windows ;-) but the cserver.cxs is meant to be an update for the default cserver.cxs (version 17.7.3) which was a replacement for cserver.bmx. Version 18.03.05 is noticeable faster than 17.7.3 and uses less cpu.
Just tried it and starting speed is back to normal. The lag the other version had was just annoying.
I am using Jungle, so I am not sure where this behavior comes from: When I run a program, it starts normal, but when I start the same program without closing cserver it won't start. Running in chrome on Win10
OK I'll look into that. There's this odd behaviour, that after the first time I hit "Build and Run..." the "Cancel Build" button is active, because - I guess - the Server is still running and the IDE thinks the compilation process hasn't finished yet. Happens in Mollusk and Ted for me, but didn't really bug me. Maybe JungleIDE can't really handle that but I can't blame the IDE because ACTUALLY, transcc should start cserver like "detached", so its execution would continue, and then quit properly... But if this doesn't happen, it's probably a cserver thing =/
transcc starts cserver, which -if necessary- starts cserver detached acting as server, then opens the url and quits, leading transcc to quit too. In my opinion exactly as it should. At least when running it from cmd. Because weirdly, Mollusk seems not to get that and still shows the "Cancel Build" button as active
Ok, that oog problem was my code. Sorry about that. But I discovered that Cserver doesn't like to be closed. After that it doesn't open or when it opens, it states that "CServer failed". So far I need to restart TED to get it working again... most of the time.