[python-win32] pipes and processes
Thu, 12 Dec 2002 19:14:41 +1100
Check out the c++ sources to win32pipe/posixmodule for popen/popen2/3/4 etc.
These show how to do that. It can be directly translated to Python, but I
know of no one who has done so and made it public.
A great place to start would be a .py implementation of popen(), a-la these
sources, then send them to me, and I will include them in win32all as a
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> I'm using a process to create a few (~5) processes via
> I would like to have the parent process create a unique pipe for each
> child process.
> Is this a reasonable use of "anonymous" pipes?
> How do I pass the pipe (read, write) handles to a child process?
> -- jv
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