Making sure script only runs once instance at a time.
Fri Sep 29 19:04:15 CEST 2006
"Tim Williams" <tim at tdw.net> writes:
> That's the same kind of principle as my posted snippet, it doesn't
> rely on the file's presence or absence as such. It only cares when
> the file exists *and* is held open by another process. When the
> process exits, the lock ends without needing to clean up.
> It works on Windows, but that doesn't help the OP :)
Huh? Fcntl is on linux.
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