[python-win32] Programmatically capturing the text in a cmd console,
timr at probo.com
Mon Oct 30 23:19:04 CET 2006
Roger Upole wrote:
>Tony Cappellini wrote:
>>In Windows XP, after a program has completed it's execution in a cmd
>>Is there a way to *programmatically* capture the text that is in the
>>I usually set my buffers to 10K lines or more, so there is a lot of text I'd
>>like to capture.
>>I want to do this programmatically, as opposed to using a mouse to mark and
>The win32console module contains functions to read directly from a console buffer.
>You can also use it to dynamically resize the output buffer.
... IF you are running inside that console window. The OP wants to pull
the console buffer from ANOTHER console window. I don't think there is
any way to do that, although I'm willing to be proven wrong.
Tim Roberts, timr at probo.com
Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.
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