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|0.1.0||Sep 12, 2018|
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A simple mock-application that can be used by other programs that work with child processes.
lucid is similar to
sleep, but has a few additional features that can be helpful
when debugging applications that spawn subprocesses.
Applications or scripts that handle child processes need to deal with a lot of different scenarios.
There are really simple processes that successfully terminate after a short period of time:
Others also finish after some time, but fail with a non-zero exit code:
lucid 3 --exit-code=1
Some processes just run forever (but can be terminated via
Others refuse to handle termination signals properly and just ignore them:
lucid 10 --no-interrupt
There are also processes that choose to daemonize themselves immediately:
lucid 10 --daemon
Many processes print a lot on standard output:
lucid 10 --verbose
While some others might generate error messages:
lucid 10 --stderr --verbose
USAGE: lucid [OPTIONS] [duration] OPTIONS: -c, --exit-code
Terminate with the given exit code [default: 0] -d, --daemon Daemonize the process after launching -I, --no-interrupt Do not terminate when receiving SIGINT/SIGTERM signals -p, --prefix
Prefix all messages with the given string [default: lucid] -v, --verbose Be noisy -q, --quiet Do not output anything -e, --stderr Print all messages to stderr -h, --help Prints help information -V, --version Prints version information ARGS: Sleep time in seconds. If no duration is given, the process will sleep forever.
cargo install lucid