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Updated: cygrunsrv-1.12-1

I have updated cygrunsrv to version 1.12-1.

This version adds a new functionality, curtesy Christian Franke:

-x, --pidfile <file>
  Optional path for .pid file written by application after fork().
  Default is that the application must not fork().

  With this option, it is possible to run daemons not providing a
  (usually Cygwin-specific) option to prevent fork()ing.

  By getting the pid of the daemon process from the pidfile, cygrunsrv
  is now able to keep running and control the state of the daemonized
  service application.

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