Start and control an extern program
jcarlson at nospam.uci.edu
Thu Mar 18 03:24:16 CET 2004
> It wouldn't be portable to versions of Python that don't have threads,
> one would suppose.
> Have you encountered such? Frequently?
The only platform I've run into that doesn't support threads is Cygwin
(a couple years back). I don't know if modern Python + Cygwin supports
threads, so it may be worth checking.
On the other hand, every version of Python I've used on linux since mid
2001 (Python 2.0 on linux kernel 2.4.x) has supported threads.
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