How to control popen within a class

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How to control popen within a class

Postby tbaror » Mon Sep 30, 2013 7:10 pm

Hi All,

I am writing a class to do some tasks with shell utility (tshark) using subprocess popen
My problem is that i am stacked actually don't have idea how to interact with method i created that running the popen and for example kill or terminate it , shown in code below.
So if someone could assist me or have another idea will be great
Please advice

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import subprocess

class TsharkCtrl():
    def __init__(self,):
    def run(self,NIC_LISTEN,FL_TRNAME,OPS_WR=None):
        if OPS_WR == None:
            tsharkCall = ["tshark","-i" ,NIC_LISTEN, "-w" + FL_TRNAME]
            tsharkProc = subprocess.Popen(tsharkCall,executable="C:/Program Files/Wireshark/tshark.exe")
    def killProc(self):
        ?????? :?:

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Re: How to control popen within a class

Postby micseydel » Mon Sep 30, 2013 10:13 pm

You can use the code
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to find out methods of that object. You should check out kill() and terminate() especially.
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