[Tutor] feedback on writing pipelines in python
abhishek.vit at gmail.com
Wed Mar 21 19:26:27 CET 2012
I agree Steve perl is perfectly fine for the stuff I described but I am
also interested trying alternatives. I am seeing quite interesting data
handling stuff coming up in Python and I would like to try and sometimes as
a programmer I dont like so many ways of doing the same things but it is
subjective. Having many options can be good for some.
On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 11:20 AM, Steve Willoughby <steve at alchemy.com>wrote:
> On 21-Mar-12 11:03, Abhishek Pratap wrote:
>> Hi Guys
>> I am in the process of perl to python transition for good. I wanted to
> Why? Perl is still a perfectly good tool. Just not, IMHO, good for
> exactly the same things Python is good for.
> 1. stitch pipelines : I want python to act as a glue allowing me to run
>> various linux shell based programs. If needed wait for a program to
>> finish and then move on, logs if required
> Look at the subprocess standard library module. It offers a complete set
> of options for launching processes, piping their data aound, waiting for
> them, handling exceptions, and so forth.
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