Equivalent of "handle" from sysinternals.com

Discussion in 'Python' started by Justin Johnson, Aug 4, 2003.

  1. I wrote a utility function in python to run the handle.exe command from
    www.sysinternals.com to get the list of processes holding on to a
    particular file so I can kill them off before removing that file. This
    works well, but handle.exe fails if more than one instance of it are run
    at the same time. So I was thinking of writing this functionality in
    python and not being dependent on handle.exe.

    Does anyone know how I could do such a thing?

    Thanks.
    -Justin
     
    Justin Johnson, Aug 4, 2003
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