scoped_task provides wrappers that kill a child process when the
wrapper goes out of scope, or the current process exits.
Note that this doesn’t guarantee that the child process will be killed in
all cases: if the current process is terminated, or exits with
std::process::abort, the child process will not be killed. Panics and
std::process::exit are explicitly supported, however.
These wrappers are especially useful for tests that spawn child processes. If an assert fails, the child process can live forever. This can cause the test runner to hang if the child process cloned the test’s stdout or stderr handle, which is often the case.
For this reason, it is recommended that all Rust tests which spawn processes
scoped_task to do so.
- Scoped wrapper for a process or job backed by a Zircon handle.
- Creates and returns a child job of the job returned by
- Installs the hooks that ensure scoped tasks are cleaned up on panic and process exit.
- Returns the default job for spawning scoped processes.