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Job queing

From: Mårten Segerkvist
Subject: Job queing
Date: Sat, 19 Aug 2006 13:15:45 +0200
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Don't know if this is the right place for this sort of thing, but is it somehow possible to do some sort of consecutive job processin in bash, i. e. being able to split a one-liner like:

command1 && command2 && command3

into several, separate command lines:

command1 &
%1 && command2 &
%2 && command3

(where the second command line awaits the execution of the first etc.)
Alternatively, would it be possible to write a queing-function (working similar as the printer queue) that works something like:

q command1
q command2
q command3

and then have bash execute the different jobs consecutive to each other?

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