Re-zlink modified routines in long-running processes

Bug #462881 reported by Jon Tai on 2009-10-28
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Bug Description

When debugging long-running processes such as interfaces, it is convenient to have modified routines automatically re-zlink so they take effect immediately without having to shut down and restart the long-running process. Obviously, the routine that is currently executing cannot be re-zlinked, but if an interface calls into other code outside of its main loop to file data away, we may be able to automatically re-zlink the filing code.

Jon Tai (jontai) wrote :

Alternatively, we may want to try modifying the signal handler so that routines re-ZLINK a given routine or all of their currently ZLINK'd routines when they get a signal. See the discussion on bug #597335.

Derek_ (derek-name) on 2010-09-27
Changed in openvista-gtm-integration:
milestone: 0.9.0 → none
Derek_ (derek-name) on 2010-09-27
Changed in openvista-gtm-integration:
importance: Undecided → Medium
importance: Medium → High
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