Wrapping a CLI with Cocoa Part 2

It turns out the earlier problem I was having with NSPipe wasn’t because of “flushing the buffer” issues. In my project, I was wrapping a command-line C++ program. However, after copying the C++ program to the directory where the Cocoa program resided, the issue seemed to disapper(i.e., I need to test it some more).

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