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tim at vegeta.ath.cx
Tue Aug 28 01:54:15 CEST 2001
Me parece que Tim Peters <tim.one at home.com> dijo:
> [Tim Hammerquist]
> > ...
> > While I'm at it, I've never actually seen (nor needed, thus far) Python
> > code to get an atomic lock on a file. What's the idiom in Python?
> I'm not sure exactly what's meant by "atomic lock on a file", but you can
> study the std tempfile.py module for the excruciating dance needed to create
> temp files safely.
I just meant 'atomic' as far as avoiding the race condition. The
tempfile module uses the ((fd)?open|close) functions in the os module. I
would assume these are closer to the system calls like fopen() and
fdopen() than is the built-in open()?
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