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Timestamp:
Sep 29, 2022, 3:16:51 PM (21 months ago)
Author:
Thierry Delisle <tdelisle@…>
Branches:
ADT, ast-experimental, master
Children:
2e94d94f
Parents:
77125cc
Message:

python test script now nice +5 the executables before running them.

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1 edited

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  • tests/pybin/tools.py

    r77125cc rf58522b0  
    2323
    2424# helper functions to run terminal commands
    25 def sh(*cmd, timeout = False, output_file = None, input_file = None, input_text = None, error = subprocess.STDOUT, ignore_dry_run = False, pass_fds = []):
     25def sh(*cmd, timeout = False, output_file = None, input_file = None, input_text = None, error = subprocess.STDOUT, ignore_dry_run = False, pass_fds = [], nice = False):
    2626        try:
    2727                cmd = list(cmd)
     
    5858                        error = openfd(error, 'w', onexit, False)
    5959
     60                        # prepare the parameters to the call
     61                        popen_kwargs = {
     62                                'stdout' : output_file,
     63                                'stderr' : error,
     64                                'pass_fds': pass_fds,
     65                        }
     66
     67                        # depending on how we are passing inputs we need to set a different argument to popen
     68                        if input_text:
     69                                popen_kwargs['input'] = bytes(input_text, encoding='utf-8')
     70                        else:
     71                                popen_kwargs['stdin'] = input_file
     72
     73                        # we might want to nice this so it's not to obnixious to users
     74                        if nice:
     75                                popen_kwargs['preexec_fn'] = lambda: os.nice(5)
     76
    6077                        # run the desired command
    6178                        # use with statement to make sure proc is cleaned
    6279                        # don't use subprocess.run because we want to send SIGABRT on exit
    63                         with subprocess.Popen(
    64                                 cmd,
    65                                 **({'input' : bytes(input_text, encoding='utf-8')} if input_text else {'stdin' : input_file}),
    66                                 stdout  = output_file,
    67                                 stderr  = error,
    68                                 pass_fds = pass_fds
    69                         ) as proc:
    70 
     80                        with subprocess.Popen( cmd, **popen_kwargs ) as proc:
    7181                                try:
    7282                                        out, errout = proc.communicate(
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