[PythonCE] alternative to os.popen in PythonCE?
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Fri Mar 11 17:02:18 CET 2005
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>From: "mike at pcblokes.com"<mike at pcblokes.com>
>Sent: 3/10/05 3:59:42 AM
>To: "Stewart Midwinter"<stewart.midwinter at gmail.com>
>Cc: "pythonce at python.org"<pythonce at python.org>
>Subject: Re: [PythonCE] alternative to os.popen in PythonCE?
>Quoting Stewart Midwinter <stewart.midwinter at gmail.com>:
>> I've got an application on my desktop that I'm tryiing to port to
>> PythonCE - it's a version of rsync. I need to run os.popen(), but
>> it's not available in PythonCE.
>There is a version of 'osce.py' that provides the functions you need. It was
>created by 'telion' and was mentioned on the list not long ago. Either gogole
>or the list archives will find it.
>As python has 'OS specific' versions of several modules already, there would be
>a case for moiving this into core python (IMHO).
>> What are you using to run system commands and capture output from
>> those commands? Do I have any alternatives?
>> Stewart Midwinter
>> stewart at midwinter.ca
>> stewart.midwinter at gmail.com
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