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class ProcessAlias(AliasBase): (source)
An alias which is handled by the execution of a program.
||Build a string representation of this
||Launch a process and create a message receiver to pass a message to the process.|
||Spawn a process.|
||The arguments to pass to the process. The first string is the executable's name.|
||The path of the program to be executed.|
||A reactor which will be used to create and timeout the child process.|
||Return the domain associated with original address.|
||Map this alias to its ultimate destination.|
||The original address being aliased.|
Build a string representation of this
|A string containing the command used to invoke the process.|
Launch a process and create a message receiver to pass a message to the process.
|A message receiver which delivers a message to the process.|
Spawn a process.
This wraps the
spawnProcess method on
reactor so that it can be customized for test purposes.
|proto:||An object which will be notified of all events related to the created process.|
|program:||The full path name of the file to execute.|
|path:||The arguments to pass to the process. The first string should be the executable's name.|
|A process transport.|
The arguments to pass to the process. The first string is the executable's name.
IReactorProcessprovider = (source) ¶
A reactor which will be used to create and timeout the child process.