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blocking a program until a non-Python process terminates

I'm running an .exe in Python, using subProcess.Pope n. The executable
writes data to a file I process later on in the program. Unfortunately,
my program returns the error "no such file...". How do I block
execution until the external executable terminates?

Earl

Jul 18 '05 #1
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Earl Eiland wrote:
I'm running an .exe in Python, using subProcess.Pope n. The executable
writes data to a file I process later on in the program. Unfortunately,
my program returns the error "no such file...". How do I block
execution until the external executable terminates?


Either:

1)

returncode = subprocess.call (cmdline)

2) or:

pipe = subprocess.Pope n(cmdline)
returncode = pipe.wait()
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Michael Hoffman
Jul 18 '05 #2

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