sys.exit() and PyRun_SimpleFileExFlags()
xavier.benech at t-immersion.com
Fri Jul 10 01:39:07 CEST 2009
There is a behaviour I do not understand of PyRun_SimpleFileExFlags(),
normally when it executes a python script containing a sys.exit(), it
results by ending the calling application.
I have got this behaviour with PyRun_SimpleFileExFlags() when I call it
from the main thread of a GUI application (so I use PyRun_FileExFlags()
in this case).
But in another application when it is called
(PyRun_SimpleFileExFlags())) from a working thread (not the main one) of
a console application, everything just go fine without exiting the
application nor the thread. It returns the exit code specified in
sys.exit() just fine.
Last things, I am working on Windows. And for the story, I started to
make a small function to wrap some embedded python script call using the
simple way with PyRun_SimpleFileExFlags() for the second application,
but when I integrate it in the first one (with GUI) got some problems
(:)) so I redo things with a cleaner PyRun_FileExFlags() call.
So, my question is: why do I have different behaviour of
PyRun_SimpleFileExFlags() in this two cases?
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