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From: Julio M. Merino Vidal (jmmv84_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-04 08:20:22

On 04/03/2007, at 3:08, Mathias Gaunard wrote:

> Alexander Nasonov wrote:
>> Other interesting project related to asio is asyncronous database
>> access.
> I am personally still looking forward to asynchronous access to pipes
> and such.
> I thought this was supposed to come with a later version of
> boost.process, but I don't even know what the status of
> boost.process is
> now.

This is something I want to continue working on eventually, but other
stuff (university and some other projects) have got in the way :-( I
think the version in the Subversion repository works, and it has
evolved somewhat since the 0.1 release was published based on
multiple suggestions from the preliminary review.

Fortunately, when I get back to this, development should be far
easier thanks to Parallels and virtualization, that I can now run in
my machine :-)

FWIW the next step in Boost.Process I was going to take was exactly
that: allow asynchronous communication with child processes and
asynchronous notification of their termination. But I got stalled
trying to understand how to merge this features properly into
Boost.Asio and didn't have enough time to continue investigating how
to achieve this.

Kind regards,

Julio M. Merino Vidal <jmmv84_at_[hidden]>

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