pipedream.py breaks when compiled...

Discussion in 'Python' started by Ray S, Sep 22, 2004.

  1. Ray S

    Ray S Guest

    Does anyone know why a script that uses pipedream (which uses
    win32pipe.popen3()) will run a script, but hang when compiled?

    A script that uses pipedream.py won't run when compiled with McMillan or
    py2exe; it appears that the client process (an interactive FORTRAN/DOS exe)
    returns the first screen of text, gets to its first prompt, then exits.

    pipedream.py does:
    c = os.read(self._in.fileno(), 1)
    and just hangs, no error.

    Anyone have an idea?


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    Ray S, Sep 22, 2004
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