From: Klemens Morgenstern (klemensdavidmorgenstern_at_[hidden])
Date: 2022-08-06 08:35:30
I think it would make a good standalone library, since it's not concerned
with subprocesses as such, but it's more something like a process manager.
But in order to get it'll need a lot of work, you'll need a lot of work
(e.g. adopting it to the coding standards etc., docs, tests, etc.)
boost has a review process, which you can review here
In order for a library to become part of boost, you'll need a review
manager that submits it for review on this mailing list.
I am not sure if the lack of responses to your email indicates little
interest in this library however. I seem to remember one review rejecting
boost.process because it did not have those features, leading me to
conclude that there is some interest. It would be worth finding out how
On Sat, Aug 6, 2022 at 1:34 PM Samuel Venable via Boost <
> I've tried sending an email about this already and no one responded from
> what I can tell. I guess because I was saying way too much.
> I was wondering if this code of mine could potentially be added to boost.
> xproc/process.cpp at main Â· time-killer-games/xproc (github.com)<
> It lets you get process information from foreign processes on a lot of
> xproc/process.cpp at main Â· time-killer-games/xproc<
> Contribute to time-killer-games/xproc development by creating an account
> on GitHub.
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