I'd love to hear how to do it this way though, since it would probably be a lot more robust and performant. My email is in `setup.py` in the repo if you want to reach out.
it lets you "steal" the tty of a running process. benefits of this include starting tmux, then yanking an already running process into it
Is Ispy intended as an alternative to, for example, running tail -f on a log file? Or for interactive programs where I might not have a log file?
The evil use case is just to watch what someone else is doing.
Great when working on a system with a jr. team member who isn't familiar as you can both have hands-on a system.
Terminal multiplexers like screen or tmux might be more adapted for terminal sharing.