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Author gregory.p.smith
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Date 2010-10-04.21:50:29
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A workaround for those still having problems with this:

 stub out subprocess._cleanup with a no-op method.

It it only useful if your app is ever using subprocess and forgetting to call wait() on Popen objects before they are deleted.  If you are, you can keep a reference to the old _cleanup() method and periodically call it on your own.

http://bugs.python.org/issue1236 effectively demonstrates this.
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2010-10-04 21:50:32gregory.p.smithsetrecipients: + gregory.p.smith, nnorwitz, collinwinter, abo, astrand, siemer, exarkun, gjb1002, oefe, giampaolo.rodola, christian.heimes, dsagal, jyasskin, tom_culliton, benjamin.peterson, djc, grossetti, r.david.murray, yonas, jonash, flox, kanaka, santoni, shaphiro
2010-10-04 21:50:31gregory.p.smithsetmessageid: <1286229031.65.0.527072643951.issue1731717@psf.upfronthosting.co.za>
2010-10-04 21:50:30gregory.p.smithlinkissue1731717 messages
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