In this section, we will answer some frequently asked questions about Pup.

Q: Can I use Pup with other programming languages?

A: Yes, Pup is a language-agnostic process manager. You can use it to manage processes written in any programming language. Just specify the command to execute in the cmd property of the ProcessConfiguration object.

Note As a library, Pup is only available for Deno.

Q: How do I handle environment variables?

A: You can pass environment variables to your processes using the env property in the ProcessConfiguration object. This property accepts an object where keys represent the environment variable names and values represent their corresponding values.

Q: Can I run multiple instances of Pup simultaneously?

A: Yes, you can run multiple instances of Pup simultaneously. However, it is essential to ensure that each instance has a separate configuration file and that they do not conflict with each other in terms of process IDs or shared resources.

Q: Is there a limit to the number of processes Pup can manage?

A: There is no inherent limit to the number of processes Pup can manage. The actual limit depends on your system's resources and the complexity of your processes.