Author filip.zyzniewski
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Date 2012-12-07.14:08:03
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If stdout was closed before closing stderr, then stdout problems could be reported, and that is what I would expect when using Python this way.

os.fsync(1) helps, but only if preceeded by sys.stdout.flush() and it seems a bit cumbersome.

Is there any downside to doing close(1) explicitely?

cat, grep, dd and echo close their stdout, why couldn't Python do this?
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