YAJSW is an Apache licensed pure java alternative for tanuki java service wrapper. It implements a multitude of additional functions and can be easily extended with groovy scripts. JSW configurations can be easily ported.

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  • Excellent for my purpose; nice touch 'spying' on the running process to obtain configuration without me lifting a finger. I got minecraft up and running on my windows 2016 server without any fuzz -- NICE docs; I only needed to read a fraction to get going!

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  • Great replacement for YSW. Keep up the good work.

  • Since I cannot, though I am a member in good standing of sourceforge, apparently post a new topic under discussion, I am trying it here. My application uses several pids. One for startup and initialization. Then (I assume) it fires up a second pid on a second thread while waiting for input messages from the client. Discounting the pid used to send the input message, which pid should be used to generate the config? I am eager to try it. dbd400@gmail.com. Thank you.

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, System Administrators, Developers

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2008-04-11