select.select() on windows
maksim.kasimov at gmail.com
Wed Oct 26 10:29:17 CEST 2005
you have to use non-block readining.
A time-out value of zero specifies a poll and never blocks.
> I am currently using subprocess to execute a command. Then I read from
> it's stdout...however, this is hanging on a read..waiting for more
> bytes. So what I would like is to timeout...and select.selec() seems
> to be what I need. Except I don't have a socket, i have stdout.
> Any suggestions on how to do a timeout like select.select with stdout?
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