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Hi
I need to implement a "real time" logger. The idea is to get the last line logged even if the application hangs one instruction after.
Because the logger takes the data from GUI I need also not to overload the GUI thread. The data comes fast in the GUI, so I will implement a LoggerQueue.

I have been thinking of creating a new process for the logging and send my information with some basic IPC.

the question:
Is it possible to create a real time process?
I mean not by creating a separate project and a separate exe file.

Is it possible to lunch some code in a separate process at run-time?
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