Hello everybody,I will try to introduce myself correctly.So I'm a french guy (20yo) who learned to use a GNU/Linux distro with Debian Lenny and Ubuntu9.10 (and recently 10.04).But I love to test everything, and I think that Ubuntu is going on the wrong way... I was on OpenBox3, and my themes were often inspired by #! ^^I have hesitate a long long time to install #!
I'm creating a parent-child process in C and these processes are using an array of characters as a shared memory and i want the execution to be in this sequence
parent->child->parent->child->parent->child .... and so on, i am using Wait(NULL) in parent but the execution go in the sequence of parent->child->parent->parent->parent ....
i want to call a child shell script from a parent shell script. the child will be running for 5 mins. normally when the child is running, parent will wait till the child completes. so in the above case parent will be paused for 5 mins. is there a way so that the parents does not wait for the child to complete? for example.
Suppose I have a parent view (for example a LinearLayout) which accommodate some child view(for example Button) that occupy whole space of their parent space, What I want is I want to detect swipe event on the parent. For this purpose I choose Touch event for the parent, But when I touch the parent(that is full of children) the onTouch handler does not trigger at all.
I have a multi-process application that works like so...
There is a parent process. The parent process queries a database to find work, then forks children to process that work. The children communicate back to the parent via System V message queues to indicate they're done with their work.