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Re: svnservice wrapper update

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2006-02-01 00:54:58 CET

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Simon Large wrote:
>> SvnService.exe calls CreateProcess() to start svnserve.exe. Does it
>> really need the same CRT to do that? I thought you could start a
>> completely unrelated app that way.
> I'm not that familiar with the code. But if it uses CreateProcess(),
> then of course svnserve.exe is started as a separate process and it
> completely independent, which means you can use whatever runtime you want.
> But that also means it won't notice if svnserve.exe dies or does
> something unexpected - but that's maybe why it's called "wrapper" :)

     bItWorked = CreateProcess(
         0, // default proc security
         0, // default thread security
         FALSE, // don't inherit handles
         0, // default environment
         0, // default working directory
         &processInfo );

[snip error handling]

     eventHandles[0] = processInfo.hProcess;
     eventHandles[1] = g_quitEvent;
     err = WaitForMultipleObjects(
             FALSE, // don't wait for all events
             INFINITE );

Looks like it waits on the service manager and the process itself. It
should know that if svnserve died even if it doesn't get invited to the


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