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+GNU Pies README
Copyright (C) 2009 Sergey Poznyakoff
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-Pies (pronounced ``p-yes'') stands for the Program Invocation and
+GNU Pies (pronounced ``p-yes'') stands for the Program Invocation and
Execution Supervisor. This utility starts and controls execution of
external programs, called ``components''. Each component is a stand-alone
program, designed to be executed in the foreground. Upon startup pies
@@ -26,18 +26,18 @@ component terminates, pies tries to restarts it. Its configuration allows
to specify actions other than simple restart, depending on the exit code
of the component.
-Pies supports a wide variety of component types. For example, it can
+GNU Pies supports a wide variety of component types. For example, it can
bind the standard input and output of a component to a network socket,
which makes pies a replacement for the inetd utility. Pies implements
powerful access control lists, which are especially useful with such
-Pies can also be used to manage MeTA1 (http://meta1.org) components.
+GNU Pies can also be used to manage MeTA1 (http://meta1.org) components.
Moreover, it is able to use MeTA1 configuration file directly, so that
migration from the native mcp utility to pies does not require any
-Pies gives you complete control over the execution environment of
+GNU Pies gives you complete control over the execution environment of
each component. This includes modifying shell environment, running
components with the given user privileges, etc. The standard error
and/or output of any component may be redirected either to a disk