Snippet: The leanest Popen wrapper
phlip2005 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 3 20:04:53 CEST 2011
> flatten() being defined as...?
Python Cookbook recipe 4.6
def flatten(sequence): # CONSIDER: Reconcile with utils...
for item in sequence:
if isinstance(item, (list, tuple)):
for subitem in flatten(list(item)):
>> shell= True,
> I would strongly encourage you to avoid shell=True. You really don't
> want to have to worry about doing proper shell escaping yourself.
Tx for helping me avoid reading up on it. I just copied it in.
I keep getting "fab not found" etc. when running 'fab command' thru
it. So then I ditch to os.system().
The long-term solution would be 'bash', '-c', 'yack yack yack' if you
want truly shelly things!
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