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Author sbt
Recipients Andrew.Boettcher, BreamoreBoy, ajaksu2, astrand, cvrebert, ericpruitt, giampaolo.rodola, josiahcarlson, ooooooooo, parameter, r.david.murray, rosslagerwall, sbt, techtonik
Date 2012-05-23.13:52:09
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> How would this differ from the normal communicate()?

It would block until one of the following occurs:

* some data has been written to stdin,
* some data has been read from stdout or stderr, or
* timeout passes (if timeout is not None).

The normal communicate() could be implemented by running this in a loop.  The amount of data returned at once could be limited by an argument of the constructor.
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