ForkAndReturn 0.1.1 is released.
ForkAndReturn implements a couple of methods that simplify
running a block of code in a subprocess. The result (Ruby
object or exception) of the block will be available in the
ForkAndReturn also enriches Enumerable with a couple of methods
(e.g. Enumerable#concurrent_collect()), in order to simplify
the concurrent execution of a block for a collection of objects.
Erik V. - http://www.erikveen.dds.nl/
at_exit blocks defined in the child itself will be executed
in the child, whereas at_exit blocks defined in the parent
won‘t be executed in the child. (In the previous version,
the at_exit blocks defined in the child weren‘t be executed
Added File#chmod(0600), so the temporary file with the
intermediate results can‘t be read by other people.