"Samuel Kvarnbrink" <samuel.kvarnbrink / humlab.umu.se> schrieb im
Newsbeitrag news:1071064667.513.11.camel / humpc7...
> On Wed, 2003-12-10 at 14:22, Ollivier Robert wrote:
> > [courtesy cc of this posting sent to cited author via email]
> >
> > In article <4CAB270F-28BC-11D8-A981-000393DA3608 / humlab.umu.se>,
> > Samuel Kvarnbrink  <samuel.kvarnbrink / humlab.umu.se> wrote:
> > > That would be great - I'd love to try it! A "daemonization"
> > > class/module (like Proc::Daemon in Perl) is one of the (very few)
> > > things I've been missing in Ruby.
> >
> > How about using Process.setsid?
>
> As both Gennady and Reimer already pointed out, using Process.setsid
> isn't enough if you want a "clean" daemonization. I was thinking more of
> a 100% "idiot-proof" class that handles all the necessary steps by
> itself. Of course, that's not a major problem to me anymore (now that I
> know how to do it) but I think it would be a lot more newbie-friendly to
> have such a class.

Why then not put your newly gained knowledge into a module / class and put
it into the RAA?
:-)

Regards

    robert