10 examples of 'python3 run shell command' in Python

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24def run_shell(command):
25 logging.debug("Running "+command)
26 subprocess.check_call(command, shell=True)
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11def _run_shell(env, args):
12 return env.run_shell()
32def shell(command):
33 cmd = shell_interactive
34 if command:
35 cmd += ' -c "' + command + '"'
36 try:
37 p = pexpect.spawn(str(cmd))
38 except Exception:
39 return
40 while True:
41 c = console.get_char()
42 if c == '\b': # BACKSPACE
43 p.send('\x7f')
44 elif c != '':
45 p.send(c)
46 while True:
47 try:
48 c = p.read_nonblocking(1, timeout=0)
49 except:
50 c = ''
51 if c == '' or c == '\n':
52 break
53 elif c == '\r':
54 console.write_line()
55 elif c == '\b':
56 if console.col != 1:
57 console.col -= 1
58 else:
59 console.write(c)
60 if c == '' and not p.isalive():
61 return
24def run (self):
25 try: check_call(self.command, shell=True)
26 except CalledProcessError as e:
27 log.error('%s', e)
28 raise e
19def Shell(*args, **kwargs):
20 pass
56def shellcmd(cmd, verbose=True):
57 """Call a shell command."""
58 if verbose:
59 print(cmd)
60 try:
61 subprocess.check_call(cmd, shell=True)
62 except subprocess.CalledProcessError, err:
63 msg = """
64 Error while executing a shell command.
65 %s
66 """ % str(err)
67 raise Exception(msg)
23def shell(cmd, env=None):
24 """Dummy wrapper for running shell commands, checking the return value and
25 logging"""
26
27 if env is not None:
28 subp_env = env
29 else:
30 subp_env = os.environ
31
32 if type(cmd) is str:
33 _logger.warning(cmd)
34 else:
35 _logger.warning(' '.join(cmd))
36
37 for line in subp.check_output(cmd, shell=True, env=subp_env).split("\n"):
38 if re.match(r"^\s*$", line):
39 continue
40 _logger.warning(line)
111def shell_execute(shell_cmd):
112 subprocess.run(shell_cmd, shell=True)
97def sh(command, cwd=None):
98 return subprocess.Popen(command,
99 stdout=subprocess.PIPE,
100 stderr=subprocess.PIPE,
101 shell=True,
102 cwd=cwd,
103 universal_newlines=True).communicate()[0]
163def sh(args=''):
164 invoke(r'%s\bin\sh.exe' % options['cyghome'], args)

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