[Mongrel] No log/mongrel.log file under win32.

Luis Lavena luislavena at gmail.com
Wed Aug 30 23:45:07 EDT 2006


On 8/31/06, carmen <_ at whats-your.name> wrote:
> On Wed Aug 30, 2006 at 11:00:01PM -0300, Luis Lavena wrote:
> > To follow up this bug report:
> >
> > When you run mongrel_rails without the daemonize option -d on
> > *nix, it also don't generate log/mongrel.log file!
> >
> > Because win32 cannot Process.fork like *nix,
>
> it can. check out the win32 utils on rubyforge. its emulated with Create process and dup'ing pipes or something. not exactly fast or bugfree, in fact, every script ive tried except the example one included in the win32 tools behaved exceedingly weird ..

Hehe, THAT'S why I said "win32 cannot do fork like *nix".

Every tool that try to emulate the way it behave will fail... is not
the same, will not work the same way... nor even twice.


So, for sake of functionality, users doing development on windows,
should get log/mongrel.log file created? Or only when running them
with -d option?

The idea is same or similar functionality on any platform.

>
>  should it start
> > logging to logfile after showing Ctrl+C option?
> >
> > Suggestions are welcome on how to reply to this "feature".
> >
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