New version of kakpipe to handle long running process

Hi there !

I was just using kakpipe for short lived process (like cargo check), but I’ve just pushed some small changes to handle long running process.

So this what I do for a svelte project development.

:kakpipe -S -V FORCE_COLOR=true -- npm run dev

Closing the buffer will now correctly stop the process.

Best regards.


Pushed a 0.5.0 version which adds a :!! command available in kakpipe buffers to [stop and] restart the same command.

That simple addition made my workflows with external tools a lot faster than with background shell.

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