Dizzee is an Emacs library for managing subprocesses.
This is it’s initial release!
From the docs:
Dizzee is a pleasant way to manage your project’s subprocesses in Emacs.
You have a project.
In order to get an instance running and start working, you have to manually launch say… 4 processes in 4 different shells.
This is Not Fun.
Thankfully it is also a definable, repeatable process – which means that we can Use Programming.
At worst, this is More Fun than doing it yourself every time.
This all came about when I started my current job – of the three product stacks I work on, none can be run from source without launching multiple processes in separate shells. Terminator helps (and is generally awesome) but being able to start work on a bug all with one command, and build in code reloading without having to build it into the source & go through the process of getting the relevant buy-in for that, was a massive win.
Bugs/feature requests & docs via github.
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