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Re: [Help-bash] does bash stop children processes when reading from them
Re: [Help-bash] does bash stop children processes when reading from them??
Tue, 25 Nov 2014 08:27:15 -0500
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On 11/25/14, 7:09 AM, R . wrote:
> alright, say we have this:
> while read line; do echo "$line"; done < <(func_or_process)
> when doing piping and redirection, does bash run "func_or_process" all in one
> go, then dump all the output to an intermediate file then makes use of them
> for the rest of the commands??
No, `func_or_process' is run asynchronously.
> or does bash halt the process like sending a SIGTSTP right after
> func_or_process flushes it's output buffer?? then uses that value for the
> iteration and then SIGCONT it at the very beginning of another iteration?
> does it matter if it's a function or a process?? i'm asking as i want to know
> if it's still worth using command substitution at all.
I assume that by `process' you mean external command. No, it doesn't
You're not using command substitution; your example uses process
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