how can I make it work?
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Mon Jul 9 05:29:51 CEST 2012
2012년 7월 9일 월요일 오전 11시 41분 32초 UTC+9, self.python 님의 말:
> 2012년 7월 9일 월요일 오전 11시 2분 41초 UTC+9, self.python 님의 말:
> > it's a finder using threading to accelerate but it never works..
> > and I have no idea why it doesn't work:(
> > it doesn't work too after changing threading to multiprocessing..
> > how can I make it work? or at least I know what's the problem...
> > plz help the poor newbie...
> > import os,threading,multiprocessing
> > def finder(path,q):
> > for x in os.walk(unicode(path)):
> > if x:
> > for dirname in x:
> > if target in dirname.lower():
> > q.put(os.path.join(x,dirname))
> > if x:
> > for name in x:
> > if target in name.lower():
> > q.put(os.path.join(x,name))
> > q.put(1)
> > def printer(q):
> > cmd=0
> > while 1:
> > tmp=q.get()
> > if tmp==1:
> > cmd += 1
> > continue
> > if cmd ==thnum:
> > break
> > print tmp
> > if __name__ =="__main__":
> > q=multiprocessing.JoinableQueue()
> > ini=os.walk(u"C:\\").next()
> > thnum=len(ini)
> > target=raw_input("what you wanna get\n")
> > p=multiprocessing.Process(target=printer,args=(q,))
> > p.daemon=1
> > p.start()
> > for i in xrange(thnum):
> > t=threading.Thread(target=finder,args=(ini[i],q,))
> > t.start()
> > print i," started"
> > q.join()
> It shows
> 0 started
> 1 started
> 22 started
> but then it show nothing
> the cursur blinks continuously
> but the result never printed(maybe not produces?)
I knew what's the problem on other site.
It just because I miss to send the full path to each thread...
what an idiot..
but I'm still wondering that there is any good way
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