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Re: subprocess.Pope n on Windows

Werner F. Bruhin wrote:
I am trying to use subprocess - it basically works but.

command = 'ping ' + '-n '+ str(count) + ' -l ' +
str(size) + ' ' + str(node)
print command
p = subprocess.Pope n(command, stdin=subproces s.PIPE,
stdout=subproce ss.PIPE)
pout = p.stdout.read()

This works for me but I see the Windows command window, is there a way
to call subprocess without a command window showing?

I am trying to replace:

fdout, fdin = popen2.popen4(' ping -n '+ str(count)+ ' -l '+ str(size) +'
'+node)

Which did not show the command window.

I did quit a bit of googling bug so far did not find an answer to my
problem.

Appreciate any hints on how this can be accomplished.

Werner
Try:

p = subprocess.Pope n(command, shell=True, tdin=subprocess .PIPE,
stdout=subproce ss.PIPE)

was working on xp and osx
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