Damphyr wrote:
> Ok, since the original post migh just appear in a month's time, lets 
> rephrase the question:
You've discovered a chronosynclastic infundibulum, apparently. :)
>
> I'm building a set of tools for build and test management (yes, yes, 
> it will do DamagaControl's work and yes, yes it will be released...and 
> yes, this is code that is used in real-life projects - it's all so 
> close to public alpha status).
> Now, I can leave scheduling to cron (or at/schtasks), but it would be 
> nice to provide an interface so that scheduling can be set in the 
> application via some administration console.
> Behind the scenes cron manipulation is too flaky for my tastes (and 
> for windows I would need a separate implementation).
> So, is there a library that will give me timers, a nice way to 
> configure them and a nice event driven interface? :)
> Cheers,
> V.-
Event Machine?

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