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Re: [gomd-devel] <DAEMON>: registerProcess() now does work.

From: Matthias Rechenburg
Subject: Re: [gomd-devel] <DAEMON>: registerProcess() now does work.
Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2003 14:25:03 +0100
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On Freitag 31 Oktober 2003 01:54, Gian Paolo Ghilardi wrote:
> Hi all.
> Here we're.
> chpoxSupport::registerProcess() function now works!
> It automagically registers an app and the required libs.
> Try launching gomd with the new (temporary) --test-chpox/-tc command line
> option: the init proc (pid=1) + all required libs will be correctly
> registered ;)
> Moreover the infos about the registered proc are saved in a special linked
> list (each element is a instance of the new small chpoxProc class).

sounds great, JP, will test as soon as i find some free minutes ;))
.. i like the chpoxProc class .... even if i did not yet look into it.
Makes it more easy to handle those process informations i guess

> I hope you all like this code.
> Please test it up as this is really important for the life of gomd.
> Byez.
> <rejected>

many thanks + stay tuned,


> << CVS NOTES >>
> NOTE: new import for chpoxSupport class
> IN chpoxProc.h/chpoxProc.cpp
> (+) added new class to save the each registerd proc+libs.
> IN chpoxSupport.h/chpoxSupport.cpp
> (+) now registerProcess works! This function starts looking for libs needed
> by a given proc then register the proc and the libs. Then the functions
> saves the infos about the proc (and libs) in a chpoxProc instance and,
> finally, adds the new object to a list of registered procs (this list will
> be used to easily unregister the procs, checks the status,...).
> IN constants.h
> (+) added new #define CHPOX_REGISTER_MECHANISM "9" and
>       #define CHPOX_DUMP_DIR "/var/tmp" constants.
> IN main.cpp
> (+) added new --test-chpox/-tc command line option to test registering the
> init proc + all required libs. ;)
> IN Makefile.with_libgtop/Makefile.no_libgtop
> (+) added new chpoxProc class to compilation line.
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