Re: How do i know that process has completed?
You can however choose to do a nonblocking read and then read from
both stdout and stderr. That'll return immediately if no data is
available so you won't get stuck on a read from stdout if there's no
libssh2_poll() can let you know that there's stdout(IN) and stderr
(EXT) data available, and that the command has finished
(CHANNEL_CLOSED). It's depreciated now though.
It seems the new idea is to do a select() or poll() on the socket,
then do a nonblocking read of both stdout and stderr. Can someone
clarify if that's correct please?
On 5 October 2011 22:57, Peter Stuge <peter@...> wrote:
> Pavel Strashkin wrote:
>> Oh, so, for an example, if some application prints to stdout and
>> stderr both, and i'm reading _only_ from stdout (and waiting for EOF),
>> i can get stuck just because there is a data in stderr and i have to
>> read it, but i don't?
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