Win32 problems: Popen3 and sys.argv[0]

Mark Hammond mhammond at skippinet.com.au
Fri Mar 31 01:05:45 CEST 2000


Use win32pipe.popen3 - but check the arg order, they may not be
identical.

win32pipe is available in the win32all extensions...

Mark.

<vijaybaliga at hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:8c0ken$tm1$1 at nnrp1.deja.com...
> 1) I want to use popen2.Popen3 so that I get access to stdin,
stdout,
> and stderr, as well as be able to wait for the child process to
> complete. The docs say that it is supported on Windows.
However, when I
> try it, I get "AttributeError: fork". win32pipe.popen3 doesn't
tell me
> when the child process exits. So how can I use something like
popen3 on
> Windows, and wait for the child process to terminate?
> 2) sys.argv[0] has the 8.3 filename. It looks very ugly. How
can I get
> the real filename? For example, if I have the file
"c:\temp\Some long
> name.py", and I print sys.argv[0], I get "C:\TEMP\SOMELO~1.PY".
> Please cc me (vijaybaliga at hotmail.com) in your replies.
> Thanks!
> Vijay
>
>
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