On Sun, Apr 16, 2017 at 03:57:03PM +0000, Laurent Bercot wrote:
> > Quick question: what happened to execline-start and execline-shell?
> > They're
> > still referenced on the execline index page on skarnet.org but they
> > haven't
> > been distributed with execline since before (that's as far as
> > the git
> > history goes, but older versions can still be downloaded from
> > skarnet.org).
>  Ah, yes. I removed the execline-shell and execline-startup scripts
> because they were basically out of scope and confusing to the user.
> I forgot to remove the documentation pages. I'm inclined to remove the
> documentation pages too, but if you prefer, I guess I could put the
> scripts back in instead, in an examples/ subdirectory.
>  What do you think?
> --
>  Laurent

Personally, I don't have any use for them - I don't run any multiuser 
*nix-like machines, much less any with users who would understand such
a system. However, I think a collection of examples showing the variety
of places that execline is useful outside of the obvious starting 
daemons under a supervisor and other low level systems stuff would be a 
good idea. s6 already has an examples/ subdirectory, so why not execline?


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