Wait for a system command executed in the background

Brice mealier_brice at NO_SPAM_yahoo.fr
Sun Nov 5 23:21:45 CET 2006

On 2006-11-05, Dennis Lee Bieber <wlfraed at ix.netcom.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 5 Nov 2006 18:32:39 +0100, Brice
><mealier_brice at NO_SPAM_yahoo.fr> declaimed the following in
> comp.lang.python:
>> At the time, I have a working solution (not fully developped by
>> myself...), but in this solution os.system is used to start the
>> different shell commands and the commands do not have a & at the end.
>> Therefore during the whole execution of the plugin, quodlibet is not
>> responsive.
> 	Might it not be easier to just write each of those commands to a
> temporary file, then at the end submit that file as a shell script that
> runs in the background? {Maybe the last command should be one the
> deletes the file itself?}

At the time being I don't see other possible solution. Let's see if
someone else's got an idea.


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