[Twisted-Python] Re: Problems with signalProcess on Windows
ellisonbg.net at gmail.com
Fri Feb 6 14:07:58 EST 2009
OK, it looks like I solved this. My external program is a python
program. I was starting it without the "-u" flag to Python, which
turns on unbuffered output. Adding the "-u" flag made the error go
I found this tip in the docstrings of the _dumbwin32proc.py Twisted module.
Whoever put that note there, thanks!!!
> [take a deep breath and try to get over how much I dislike Windows]
> So, I am using Twisted's external process capabilities in a
> cross-platform setting. Almost everything is working now in Windows.
> But, when I try to stop the external program (using
> signalProcess("INT")) that I starting using reactor.spawnProcess, I
> get the following traceback:
> File "C:\Python25\lib\site-packages\twisted\internet\_dumbwin32proc.py
> ", line 247, in signalProcess
> win32process.TerminateProcess(self.hProcess, 1)
> pywintypes.error: (5, 'TerminateProcess', 'Access is denied.')
> The odd thing is that the process stops just fine. That is, it tells
> me that it has received SIGINT and is shutting down.
> Any thoughts on why this would happen? I have no idea where to even
> begin looking.
> Thanks in advanced.
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