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Author r-or
Recipients r-or
Date 2019-01-30.19:45:15
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There should be a possibility to change the environment of a process created with multiprocessing.

For subprocess this is possible thanks to the "env" attribute.

While it is trivial to change os.environ manually, in some cases this is not possible. 

For instance: creating a COM process on Windows; this process will always inherit the environment of the host process.
A workaround is to spawn a python process with a different environment which then will provide this to the child COM process.
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