[Haskell-cafe] open a browser from the command line,
wait a few seconds, and shut it. (ie,
translate forking from bash to haskell)
tphyahoo at gmail.com
Thu Mar 8 13:45:41 EST 2007
I have a bash script that opens a browser for a few seconds, and then closes it.
Could someone point me up the equivelant(s) in haskell, h4sh, hsh,
etc,0 and friends?
I reckon this amounts to, what's the process for translating forking
from bash to haskell.
konqueror http://www.google.com &
pid=$! # give the page some time to load
By the way, this isn't an academic question -- I'm using this simple
script to verify various html downloads by checking the konqueror html
cache for text strings I'm interested in, for pages that can't be
Also, for those interested in shell-equivelance strategies, I posted
essentially the same question to perlmonks at
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