I'm using nelhage-reptyr-61cc5f8 on Ubuntu 10.04.3 LTS). On a terminal I created a script like this:
Once I started it I open another terminal and tried to reptyr the bash process, or the parent bash process. The original one was stopped (as if ^Z had been typed) but the output was still coming out on the original terminal. Maybe that's normal behaviour for scripts but just in case I report it.
One could probably `transplant' the whole process group, one by one. I will try to look into it.
Would be useful to have the feature for shell scripts.
Just stumbled over this, would be a very useful feature to have.
No updates. It's not really something I have the time to actively work on at the moment, unfortunately.
The new -T option should work properly for scripts under most circumstances!