[Python-ideas] shutil.runret and shutil.runout

Simon Sapin simon.sapin at kozea.fr
Fri Feb 24 16:04:06 CET 2012

Le 24/02/2012 11:52, anatoly techtonik a écrit :
> runret(command)   - run command through shell, return ret code
> runout(command)  - run command through shell, return output


Brevity is nice, but I had no idea what either of these functions is 
supposed to do before reading these descriptions. The names could be 
more explicit.

(By the way, I agree with other issues raised in this thread. This was 
only my first impression.)

Simon Sapin

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