problem on waiting exit thread and write on file

Flyzone flyzone at technologist.com
Wed Jun 13 17:48:51 CEST 2007


I have a list of parameters.
I need to run in thread a command, one thread for one parameter.
So i made a for loop, creating 5 threads and waiting their stop with:
for parameter in parameters

Thread{
    ....
    write on BW2
    ....
}

Main {
   open file BW2 for write
   ..... (creating list of thread with a counter)....
   Stopped=False
   while (Stopped == False):
          if not thread5.isAlive():
                  if not thread4.isAlive():
                          if not thread3.isAlive():
                                  if not thread2.isAlive():
                                          if not thread1.isAlive():
Stopped=True
          if (Stopped == False):
                 time.sleep(0.3)
   ......
   close file BW2
}

Somethimes i get however the error that i can't write on a file
already closed
There is a way more easy to wait that all children exit and to run a
queue of threads?
I tried also this:
               a=0
               while (a == 0):
                       try:
                               os.waitpid(-2, 0)
                       except OSError, exc:
                               # all CHILD finished
                               a=1
but the same problem persist. The only way to don't have error is to
had a time.sleep(4) before closing the file from the main program.




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