Discarding STDERR generated during subprocess.popen
dan.kluev at gmail.com
Mon Aug 23 20:16:43 CEST 2010
On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 4:38 AM, Leon Derczynski <leon at dcs.shef.ac.uk>wrote:
> I would like to run an external program, and discard anything written
> to stderr during its execution, capturing only stdout. My code
> currently looks like:
> def blaheta_tag(filename):
> blaheta_dir = '/home/leon/signal_annotation/parsers/blaheta/'
> process = subprocess.Popen([blaheta_dir + 'exec/funcTag',
> blaheta_dir + 'data/', filename], cwd=blaheta_dir,
> return process.communicate()
> This returns stdout, and stderr ends up printing to the console. How
> can I disregard anything sent to stderr such that it doesn't appear on
> the console?
Just add `stderr=subprocess.PIPE` keyword in the Popen call.
With best regards,
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