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Author takluyver
Recipients barry, ethan.furman, gregory.p.smith, martin.panter, r.david.murray, takluyver
Date 2015-02-02.23:19:13
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Third version of the patch (subprocess_run3):

- Simplifies the documentation of the trio (call, check_call, check_output) to describe them in terms of the equivalent run() call.
- Remove a warning about using PIPE with check_output - I believe this was already incorrect, since check_output uses .communicate() internally, it shouldn't have deadlock issues.
- Replace the implementation of check_output() with a call to run().

I didn't reimplement call or check_call - as previously discussed, they are more different from the code in run(), so subtly breaking things is more possible. They are also simpler.
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