Dale Strickland-Clark dale at riverhall.NOSPAMco.uk
Sat Oct 6 03:24:06 CEST 2001

David Bolen <db3l at fitlinxx.com> wrote:

>Most of the win32all modules are wrappers around standard Win32 calls.
>In general, the docs with the package just give you anything specific
>to their Python implementation/interface.  For more detail, just pull
>up documentation on the underlying Win32 calls, such as in MSDN.  If
>you don't have a local set of documentation, they are available at
>> Has anyone done any work on inter-process and inter-machine
>> communication?
>For interprocess I normally go ahead and use the popen# functions.
>For inter-machine I'm much more likely to use an IP approach with
>sockets (I've done named pipes in pure Windows applications that
>weren't written in Python but not in Python to this point).
>-- David

Thanks. I'll check popen out but I may end up with sockets.
Dale Strickland-Clark
Riverhall Systems Ltd

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