Talking through pipes interactively (on win32)
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janeaustine50 at hotmail.com (Jane Austine) wrote in message news:<ba1e306f.0311091118.24d80000 at posting.google.com>...
> I need to control a command line program via python.
> I first tried popen2 and 3 but I couldn't find a way to talk to the
> subprocess interactively; that is, read some and then write some, and
> read some more again... (suppose controlling an interactive shell
> program) When I try this with popen family, it just hangs. I have to
> close one pipe before reading from the other.
> I know that there is a wonderful thing called Expect, but it's not
> available on my machine(win32).
> Can anyone help me out?
Expect is availabe on Win32. I have used it and it works
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