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Sun, 01 Jun 2008 23:53:56 +0100
I'd like to run something similar to shell-command-to-string, but
that runs "asynchronously" in a "subprocess" in the "background".
I've searched for all those things without finding anything suitable.
async-shell-command-to-string or whatever it would be called would
take a callback for the string output when the subprocess is done.
Is there anything like that already?
If not, any hints on how to implement it? The async part of
shell-command looks promising to nick.
- Async shell-command-to-string?,
Johan Lindström <=