[twill] FW: Is formfile closing uploaded file ?
titus at caltech.edu
Fri Apr 4 14:26:59 PDT 2008
indeed, it is not being closed. You can fix commands.py yourself (with
an fp.close()) or you can just run the garbage collector,
I'll patch this next time I work on twill, thanks for finding it!
On Fri, Apr 04, 2008 at 03:21:11PM +0000, STM 16 wrote:
-> Subject: Is formfile closing uploaded file ?From: twill-owner at lists.idyll.orgTo: stm_16 at hotmail.comDate: Fri, 4 Apr 2008 08:19:52 -0700I'm sorry, for spam reasons, I've disabled posting from non-members.Please send your post directly to titus at idyll.org and I will post it,OR just subscribe to the list and send your message directory. thanks, --titus
-> --Forwarded Message Attachment--From: stm_16 at hotmail.comTo: twill at lists.idyll.orgSubject: Is formfile closing uploaded file ?Date: Fri, 4 Apr 2008 15:19:46 +0000 Hi ! I am using twill-0.9b1-py2.5. I am having problems to delete (unlink) a file after being uploaded using formfile until Py script is finished. Checking commands.py I found: "... browser.clicked(form, control) fp = open(filename, 'rb') control.add_file(fp, content_type, filename) print>>OUT, '\nAdded file "%s" to file upload field "%s"\n' % (filename,control.name,)..." I could not find something like fp.close() in commands.py neither in browser.py. Any suggest on how to be able to unlink a file after being uploaded. I am currently uploading log files and I am needing to exit python script (I would prefer to loop release space just from inside script) after sucessfully upload so that file is released. Kind Regards, SM//_________________________________________________________________Going green? See the top 12 foods to eat organic.http://green.msn.com/galleries/photos/photos.aspx?gid=164&ocid=T003MSN51N1653A
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