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02:55:57  <ugexe>I'm starting to question using nodejs as the regression canary for anything involving process spawning and inheritance. Consider:
02:56:01  <ugexe>node -e "const proc = require('child_process'); proc.spawn('powershell', ['-command', '$host.ui.WriteErrorLine(42)'], { stdio: ['pipe', process.stdout, process.stderr] });"
02:56:47  <ugexe>stdio: ['pipe', 'pipe', process.stderr] prints nothing, stdio: ['pipe', process.stdout, 'pipe'] prints nothing
02:57:31  <ugexe>only the original options shown print anything
02:57:52  <ugexe>yet `stdio: ['pipe', 'pipe', process.stderr]` shoudl be the only one that does (and this is true on non-win OS)
02:58:43  <ugexe>well i suppose the original should as well... it just shouldn't have to require the `process.stdout`
02:59:33  <ugexe>anyways my point being is there is no way nodejs could be flexing inherited handles in any capacity, but its being used as the goal post for the CREATE_NEW_WINDOW regression
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22:35:36  <vtjnash>Will the merge of v1.x into master be completed soon? Is there a test build or something similar I could look at to help it along?
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