capture stdout and stderror from within a Windows Service?
ccurvey at gmail.com
Thu May 14 11:57:33 EDT 2009
I'm trying to get this invocation right, and it is escaping me. How
can I capture the stdout and stderr if I launch a subprocess using
subprocess.check_call()? The twist here is that the call is running
from within a Windows service.
check_call("mycmd.exe", stdout=subprocess.PIPE) [raises an exception
"An integer is required"]
check_call("mycmd.exe", stdout=file("c:\\temp\\foobar.txt", "w"))
[raises an exception "An integer is required"]
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