progamming approach review, child processes
So I have not done much with child processes before.
I have an input of programs to be updated, a child process that does
compiles and links (with a log output to an individual file), and a
at the end. Except the child process can hang (at the moment, the
problem that might show up is: waiting for
input). At which point a convenience becomes a hinderance.
As it happens the idea of doing the compiles in parallel is supported
ports system I am working with. So I thought I could avoid the wait
a lot of children, save all the process hmm I am not sure what to call
pointers, and after a while interrogate the process information to
see if all
the children got done. At some point, I could think a child is hung
do some useful reporting. Realize that this might be the next day
compiles might take a while.
Is this a reasonable approach?
Thank you for your consideration.
Possibly pointless information:
openbsd 4.8 workstation, packages, but using the port system, want
compile packages I have installed. There is a utility to tell me
are out of date. And I really know I could use pkg_add -u. I did
attachments of the programs, but I suppose they will get scrubbed..
python is I think 2.6.5?
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