Sharing Pipes in win32
mhammond at skippinet.com.au
Mon Feb 9 05:49:49 CET 2004
Nir of the Waves wrote:
> In windows platforms how can I make two processes hold two ends of the
> same pipe?
> os.pipe() returns reader and writer descriptors but how do I export one
> of the ends to another process?
> Note: popen() is not good for me since the new process is left without
> tty input and output.
I believe you can either do it via a child process and handle
inheritance (meaning os.* functions should work too), or via named pipes
(meaning you will need to use win32process).
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