New Behavior of os.system() in Python 2.0? 
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 New Behavior of os.system() in Python 2.0?

I recently upgraded from python 1.5.2 to 2.0 and have notices a new
behavior of the os.system() call under Windows NT.  Under 1.5.2,
invoking the following command launched the application without opening
a window:

os.system ("start /B My_Command with some arguments")

After upgrading to 2.0, I get a 'cmd' window with each call.  Is there a
routine that I should use instead of os.system()?  I have looked at
os.spawnv() but it doesn't fit quite as well as os.system().

Thanks!

Jonathan Polley




Mon, 19 May 2003 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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