Running apps as services: Is there a standard?

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  • applicationManager

    I was tired of trying to keep track of things in Windows service manager, and of people trying to start duplicate instances of services... so I whipped up a tiny service manager program: It works, but it's not pretty lol

  • winsw

    A wrapper executable that can run any executable as a Windows service, in a permissive license.

    We use https://github.com/winsw/winsw without any problems for years.

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