Message6718

Author silvan
Recipients jendrik, malte, silvan
Date 2017-12-05.11:43:27
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After searching a bit, from what I understand, we cannot use
subprocess.check_call or check_output to filter stderr (e.g. with a PIPE) but
would need to use POPEN instead. Not being familiar with that at all, is that
the right direction to go for? Would check_output with redirecting stderr to
stdout, then processing the result and printing it to stdout be an alterative or
doesn't this work because we would store the entire output of the translator as
a result?
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