Subject: Re: [boost] [gsoc] Boost.Process done
From: Klaim (mjklaim_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-10-07 09:05:21
I was reading this last version documentation and just wanted a precision :
If I want my parent process to work but to be "notified" by the end of a
child process execution, whatever the reason (runtime error, unmanged
exception etc) ...
...if I understood correctly, I should use boost::process::status::async_wait()
to achive this.
Is that correct?
Thanks for your work.
On Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 01:06, Boris Schaeling <boris_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Here is another update of the library (ZIP file updated at <
> http://www.highscore.de/boost/gsoc2010/process.zip>; documentation updated
> at <http://www.highscore.de/boost/gsoc2010/>; changes in Subversion at <
> I expect this to be the last update for now (as it looks like discussions
> have calmed down a bit and I basically went through the major changes people
> had asked for). There might be still some changes to come but this is
> something we can of course handle in an official review.
> What has been changed in this version?
> * boost::process::context provides a boost::function member variable to
> bind a callback function instead of requiring developers to define a
> subclass and override setup().
> * On Windows a bug in boost::process::status has been fixed.
> * Examples and documentation have been updated.
> Thanks for all of your feedback since mid August!
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