sickcodemonkey at gmail.com
Tue Mar 13 02:51:27 CET 2007
Maybe if you show us your code we can better assist you.
But maybe you can use a global variable or a try-catch method to keep
threads from staying alive and help better control your code.
On 3/12/07, Taylor, Stuart <Stuart.Taylor at disney.com> wrote:
> I have been working on running an external process using subprocess.popenfor a few days.
> The process is ran over the network to another machine.
> One thing I have found is that if I perform readline() on the stdout it
> will hang if the process loses connection.
> I have tried a few things in a test example: one is to use stdin.writethen
> stdin.flush() which send a string that readline() will read and it ends
> correctly but doesn't work on the project I need it to work on. Another is
> to try using threads and ignoar the thread when the process has lost
> connection but this still leaves the open thread alive even when the main
> app has finished.
> I am relatively new to python and I may be making a fundemantal mistake in
> my implementation, can anyone please inform me of whether sticking with
> subprocess.popen and readline() is the correct procedure for this sort of
> And if anyone can point me in the correct implementation of this problem I
> would be gratefull.
> Thank you
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