[fpc-pascal] Redirecting input to a child process
ludo.brands at free.fr
Sun May 8 21:06:30 CEST 2011
According to msdn
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa365782%28v=vs.85%29.aspx the pipe
handles should be created non-inheritable in order to detect EOF. Looking at
fcl-process/src/win/pipes.inc, pipes are created inheritable... The msdn
sample code to redirect input and output also creates 2 pipes
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Envoyé : dimanche 8 mai 2011 19:18
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Objet : RE : [fpc-pascal] Redirecting input to a child process
> If you run 'more' in a cmd window you'll notice that 'more'
> echoes the input but only sends to stdout when a
> return is entered. I modified the program to send
> 'Anton'#10 and the program reads back 'Anton'#10 from stdout.
Thank you, Ludo, this is great!
But why doesn't the process finish? I thought that the clos- ing of the
write end of the StdIn pipe handle should cause a EOF to be 'seen' at the
read end, but this does not happen.
Maybe these's some explicit way to signal end of input?
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